“Nothing happens; you have to make it happen,” wrote Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health’s newest board member Ted Herncane.
Herncane lives by the advice he gives. He currently is the director of business development for CIVPRO Engineering, LLC.; volunteers on the Stark County Bluecoats Scholarship Fund and previously served as Massillon City Councilman At-Large.
A native of Massillon and graduate of Massillon Washington High School, Herncane earned his undergraduate degree from Capital University in economics/political science and his master’s degree from the University of Akron in public administration.
He explained how he became involved with C&A.
“I met Joe a few years back while working at Massillon WestStark Chamber of Commerce,” wrote Herncane, who is married to his wife, Michelle. They have two daughters, Chloe and Mirabelle, and two pets, Phoenix and Hartley. “I like the positive impact C&A has on young people.”
Hobbies: Playing music, reading, sports
Favorite book: Pickwick Papers, Charles Dickens
Favorite movie: Grumpy Old Man