Staff

CB Maddox
Visitor Services Coordinator
cb@danvillemuseum.org

 A Danville resident of 30 years, Coleman B. Maddox {CB} is a self avowed silver addict, collector and former jeweler.

 He is a native of Charlottesville, Va. While still in Prep School he started working in silver with a jeweler who would later become the first women to be registered as a British Goldsmith in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 After attending The University, CB worked at the oldest Jewelry Store in Charlottesville, Keller & George, where he started appraising Silver. After leaving the store he started working for various clients from New York to Florida including appraising the silver collection at Hollins College.

 After settling in Danville, CB worked at Commonwealth Silver and Goldsmiths for 23 years. After leaving there he has continued appraising several jewelry and silver collections. He started volunteering at DMFAH during the winter of 2009 and joined the staff in 2010. He is also working on the restoration of his 1880's home which was featured on the 2008 Garden Club of Virginia Tour and on several tours organized by the Danville Historic Society.

 

Sara Shorter

Administrative Assistant

sara@danvillemuseum.org

Sara holds a Master’s Degree in Accounting from UNC Greensboro. She worked in public accounting for three years, during which time she was awarded her CPA.   Sara left public accounting to work for the Commonwealth of Virginia as an auditor.  She retired from the Commonwealth on December 31, 2014.

Sara has been with the Danville Museum as a part-time basis since May 2015. Her duties include secretarial as well as bookkeeping work.   Sara’s hobbies include lap-swimming, knitting, walking and reading.  Sara has volunteered in the past on three rescue squads as an EMT, and as a Church Sunday School teacher and choir member.  She currently volunteers for VITA, helping low-income people with their income taxes.

Cynthia Hubbard

Education Coordinator

learn@danvillemuseum.org

Barry Bailey

Gift Shop 

museumshop@danvillemuseum.org