T. Randy and Leesa Stevens were honored with the 2022 Good Scout Award by the Middle Tennessee Council of the Boy Scouts of Americas.
This is the highest honor within the Boy Scouts organization for individual or corporate citizenship in local communities. The purpose of the award is to honor those whose personal and public contributions enhance the local community.
T. Randy and Leesa Stevens were chosen for the award because of their extensive leadership in Maury County.
T. Randy Stevens began his career in 1973, and he recently retired as Chairman & CEO of First Farmers, a community bank headquartered in Columbia. He has been active in several community organizations and is a recipient of the Columbia State Community College President’s Award of Honor for Distinguished Alumni and the Boy Scouts’ Long Rifle Award and the Silver Beaver Award.
In 2017, the couple was honored by First Farmers in the naming of the Randy & Leesa Stevens Events Center.
Leesa Stevens began her teaching career in the Maury County school system, teaching for eight years and conducting private tutoring for three years. She continued her love for teaching by starting a Special Friends Sunday School class at Maury Hills church for special needs adults.