North Carolina Department of Correction News - June 1999

Wayne Marshburn new manager of District 12

FAYETTEVILLE — Wayne Marshburn was promoted to Judicial District Manager of District 12 in Cumberland County March 1. Marshburn, a former chief probation and parole officer with District 16-B in Robeson County, replaces Kathy Bond who was reassigned to JDM of District 20-A in Richmond County.

As JDM of District 12, Marshburn will oversee a staff of 77 employees with an offender population of approximately 4,200 individuals.

"Wayne Marshburn has the experience and background to help lead the Division of Community Corrections into the 21st century," Secretary Theodis Beck said. "I am confident that he will serve the state and department well in his new role as judicial district manager." A graduate of Western Carolina University, Marshburn received his bachelor’s degree in psychology. He began his career with the Department in 1974 as a field services counselor with the Pre-release and Aftercare Program in Wilmington. In 1976, he became assistant training coordinator for the program and was promoted to training coordinator in 1977. In 1983, he became training coordinator for a new Pre-release and Aftercare Program in Robeson County. He was promoted to unit supervisor in 1990 and, later, to intensive supervisor, now known as chief probation and parole officer.

Marshburn is a member of Hyde Park Baptist Church in Lumberton where he serves as a Sunday school teacher, deacon and choir member.

"My priorities are God first, family second and job third," he said. "I believe if I keep my priorities in order, I will be successful. I simply want to manage with wisdom and be as helpful to the staff as possible."

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