David Reeves is President of The Alternative Board of Western NC in Asheville, NC. David has over 40 years of experience that has provided him a unique combination of skills including financial analysis and planning, operations management, revenue and profit growth, and exit planning. David began his career with E F Hutton. After six years he left the corporate world to begin his career as an entrepreneur with the purchase of Cason Companies in Hendersonville. Cason is a distributor of petroleum products and masonry building materials supplies. David owned and operated Cason for 20 years during which time he increase sales from $11 million to $33 Million. David achieved this growth by the acquisition of three petroleum companies, aggressive marketing, and opening new outlets in surrounding areas.
After retiring for a few years he became President of the Daniels Group in Asheville. Daniels is a commercial printer and has an answering service.
David received as BS form UNC and an MBA from University of Washington.
David’s Charitable and Civic Board Memberships are:
Founding member of Inception Micro Fund of WNC (IMAF). IMAF is an angel fund that invests in local start up business
Founder of Blue Ridge Angel Investment Fund
Past President of greater Hendersonville chamber of commerce
Founding member of Henderson County Committee of 100—now Partners of Economic Development
Past Treasurer and Executive Committee Member of Advantage West
Chaired the capital campaign for Fours Seasons Compassionate Care
Former Board member Untied Way
Former Board member of Hendersonville Community Foundation
Received of the G. Ray Cantrell Award-Volunteer of the year
Founding Chairman of the Seasons Hospice Foundation
Founding member of the board of Pinnacle Angel Fund
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