Lady Eddie Lee Marsh, a member of the Savannah Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Incorporated; was elected and installed as National First Vice President of Top Ladies of Distinction, Incorporated during the National SynLod Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia.
Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. (TLOD) is a non-profit professional humanitarian organization, founded in Tyler, Texas in 1964, with the purpose of organizing the talents, energies and skills of women nationally in a collaborative effort to help alleviate the moral and social problems confronting youth. TLOD has expanded its objective to include its major focus on youth known as Top Teens of America, improving the Status of Women, service to Senior Citizens, Community Beautification and Community Partnerships.
Lady Marsh is immediate Past National Second Vice President and Past National Area IV Director, where she successfully impacted the second largest Area of TLOD which is comprised of Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi. Under the leadership of Lady Sharon Beard, the 14th National President of TLOD, Lady Marsh will oversee the five programmatic thrusts of the organization nationwide. The thrusts include Top Teens of America, Status of Women, Senior Citizens, Community Beautification and Community Partnerships. The chapters of TLOD will report their service in those areas to Lady Marsh to ensure that they are serving their communities as aligned by the TLOD goals. She is retired from GRH/S as a Mental Illness Educator/ Coordinator from GRH/S – Coordinator, a Past Matron of Electa Chapter #1, OES -PH, a Past Commandress of Omar Court #91 Daughters; a member of St. Philip Monumental AME, a devoted wife, mother, daughter, sister, mentor and friend.
The Savannah, Bryan-Liberty Counties and Effingham Chapters of TLOD would like to congratulate our very own Lady Eddie Lee Marsh for her outstanding accomplishment.