Who We Are

At Freedom's Last Chance Inc, 0ur Primary Mission is dedicated to eliminate overpopulation among cats through non lethal methods such as our Free Spay/Neuter Program, Petfood Assistance Program, and Educate
Our Community to prevent the suffering and euthanasia of cats.

  Roxanne Harvey - Founder/CEO Founder/CEO - Roxanne Harvey

Roxanne is the founder of Freedom’s Last Chance.  She has been involved in animal rescue most of her life. She has saved untold numbers of animals around Franklin County.  She also provides pet food for those people having economic challenges that find themselves unable to provide food for their pets.  She is an avid proponent of spaying and neutering pets. She believes, "All animals have a right to life…free from harm, fear, and abuse."  She provides a Sanctuary for her animals that are not adopted. The animals roam her yard during the day and retire to their comfy homes at dark.  It is truly an animal paradise. The history as to How We Became Freedom's Last Chance is very heart warming and will give you more insight into Roxanne's heart and what motivated her to undertake this endeavor.

  Vice President, Veternarian Services - Dr. Virginia "Ginny" Tatum, DVM

At Noah's Ark, Dr. Ginny Tatum has more than 25 years of experience. She graduated in 1989 from the VA Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Tatum has been making house calls for 20 years. She will provide the best care and consultations for your pets. Dr. Ginny has been an incredible supporter of Freedom's Last Chance. We appreciate all her care and love.

 

 

Board Member/Director, Ted Killingsworth

Ted Killingsworth is a Birmingham, Alabama native. He is currently an Assistant Manager at Pelican Point and Boat broker.

 

Board Member/Director, Marcie Richardson

Marcie Richardson is an Idaho native. She was an International Flight Attendent for US Airways and American Airlines for 33 years. She is currently the Pelican Point General Manager.

 

Secretary, Laura Ahern

Previously from New York, Laura and her husband relocated to Smith Mountain Lake in 2008, where they have been experiencing a pleasurable retirement. She became involved with Freedom’s Last Chance due to her particular affinity for cats and desire to provide support to an organization which promotes their health and safety. Laura is also a volunteer at the Agape Center, a Christian Ministry

"All Animals Have a Right to Life…free from Harm, Fear, and Abuse."