Lou Warner (‘95), founder, president and owner of Warner’s Athletic Construction Company in Nashville, Tenn., has been elected to the Coker College Board of Trustees.
“Lou was a strong student, a great baseball player, and now he’s a successful entrepreneur,” says Coker College President Robert Wyatt. “We’re excited to bring his Coker story, experience, and expertise to our board.”
Warner’s three year term will begin with the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees on October 25-26, 2018.
Warner is founder, president and owner of Warner’s Athletic Construction Company, which provides a wide variety of turf maintenance and construction services in Nashville. With 16 years of experience in the industry, he is considered an expert authority on athletic field maintenance. Warner is a three-time OVC Baseball Conference Tournament head groundskeeper. He was also a member of the MLB All-Star Game grounds crew at Minute Maid Park.
As a member of the 1994 Baseball team at Coker College, Warner and his teammates were inducted into the Coker College Athletics Hall of Fame.
A 1995 graduate of Coker College, Warner and his family live in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Coker College Board of Trustees meets quarterly and maintains broad responsibility for the mission, long-range direction, policies and financial condition of the institution.