Govrnor appoints Snavely to State Board of Education

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Gov. Jim Justice today appointed Daniel Snavely, M.D. to the West Virginia State Board of Education.

Dr. Snavely will fill the seat vacated by Joseph Wallace, following his resignation from the board last month. Snavely will complete Wallace’s term, which is set to expire in November 2024.

A graduate of the West Virginia University School of Medicine and Marshall University, Snavely works as the medical director at St. Mary’s Regional Wound Center and as an interventional cardiologist at Huntington Internal Medicine Group.

Snavely spends his spare time as part of the volunteer faculties for both the Marshall University School of Medicine and for the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine.

He and his wife have four children and are residents of Hurricane. Snavely also volunteers as a coach and an umpire for various local sporting events.

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