Community Service: Steve Caudle
Steve Caudle has been actively engaged in many community service projects. He supports basic county infrastructure such as affordable housing and better education; advocates vaccines; and works to increase healthcare access.
Since 2013, he has driven for Big G Express as part of their Road Team in Tennessee to promote trucking safety.
Early Life and Education
As well as running her private practice, Dr. Cochran serves as an on-air health expert for local and national news networks such as The TODAY Show, Dr. Oz Show, Fox News, Rachael Ray Show among many others.
She has served on various community boards and is an active member of the YMCA. In her free time, she enjoys reading and playing with her dogs; additionally she’s an avid Tennessee Titans and Tennessee Volunteers supporter.
Big G Express million-mile safe driver Eric Caudle will be spreading its message of safety across New Hampshire by appearing at schools, civic activities and trucking events with fellow Road Team Captains. US Marshals New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force was able to obtain information that Caudle lived in an apartment on Rush Street in Henniker.
Caudle spent 20 years at WRAL working across news, weather and sports roles. He quickly established a loyal following across eastern North Carolina due to co-hosting a weekly wrestling show alongside Dirty Dutch Mantell.
Caudle continued his announce duties for NWA Pro Wrestling until its move out of Raleigh and onto WGHP-TV in High Point; additionally he would feature as a regular on various Ted Turner pay-per-view events and Clash of Champions specials.
Caudle holds an engineering background and was the Chief Information Officer at ESST, a public company with an estimated market cap of more than $1 billion. Additionally, he founded software development firm Matrix sites and holds one US patent.
Achievement and Honors
Caudle not only holds down his career, but is an active volunteer as well. He assists with the AWANA program at Greater Second Missionary Baptist Church as well as participating in Big-Hearted Angels ministry that assists children in purchasing Christmas presents. Caudle also prides himself as being an avid fan of both Tennessee Titans and Volunteers teams.
Caudle earned this accolade at Dyersburg State Community College as part of his academic achievements and service to both college and community service.
Steve Caudle and Brett Williams team up to produce footage for “DoeNation Outdoors,” an outdoor show broadcast every Tuesday night on WBIH in Tallassee. Both men hail from Tallassee and share an avid passion for nature – CocoFinder can help find Steve Caudle Phone Numbers & Addresses easily!
Steve Caudle is pastor at Greater Second Missionary Baptist Church in Chattanooga and is deeply passionate about improving education, affordable housing and basic county infrastructure. Additionally, he strongly advocates for arts and culture and bow hunting – among many other pursuits! – and works to assist those in need.
Steve brings more than 31 years of operations and technology development experience in Silicon Valley and classified government projects. After spending time at ESST, he founded and led Vialta Inc, designing DVD laser decoder chips which could be found in almost every home DVD player on the market today.
Steven was actively engaged in Community Service efforts such as AWANA (Approved Workers Are Not Ashamed) and Big-Hearted Angels – an outreach ministry providing $50 for Christmas shopping to indigent children – among many others. Steven is an ardent fan of both Tennessee Titans and Tennessee Vols football teams.
Dallas Caudle has conducted at least one transaction worth more than $95,501 involving Franklin Network stock. On 31 July 2018 alone he exercised 3,597 units valued at over $1,122,731.
Pastor Caudle has also been very involved with community service organizations and church leadership roles. Currently serving at Greater Second Missionary Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee he participates in the AWANA program for children as well as starting his Big-Hearted Angel’s Ministry which gives $50 towards Christmas shopping expenses for needy families.
She regularly appears on local and national news shows to discuss various health-related topics. At 42 years old and living in Rowan, New Jersey, she remains single and prefers keeping her personal life discreet.