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Band Boosters

The purpose of the OCCHS Band Boosters, INC. is to promote, encourage, and perpetuate the high school's instrumental musical arts program. The OCCHS Band Boosters, INC. shall not be used to further any commercial purpose, nor shall it promote, advance, support, or engage in any commercial activities or enterprises. The Band Boosters shall exist solely to support the OCCHS band director and his or her staff in the development and perpetuation of a music program and curriculum that will reflect positively upon the band, its leadership, the school, and the community.

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Amy Reynolds

I'm Amy Reynolds. When I'm not doing band stuff, I work at the hospital and the skating rink. I was born and raised in Obion Co and I was an OC Rebel.  I've had two kids in band,  one of which has moved on to the US Navy. In my spare time, I like to travel to new places and try new foods. 


Tonya Cochran

My name is Tonya Cochran and I am the Band Booster Vice-President. I teach Algebra 2 and Geometry at Obion County Central. I have one son, Jacob, who plays trumpet.  Between school, band, sports, and church, there is very little spare time. However, in those rare occasions that free time exists, I like to play cards and board games, read, or just be outside. 

Vice President

Susan Williams

I was born and raised in Obion County. I graduated from OC and UTM. I am married to Shane Williams (former OC Band trumpet player). Shane and I have two girls: Hannah, who is in the UTM band, and Holly, who plays percussion. I work at Security Bank in Union City.


Lana Warren

I grew up on the Tennessee River in Decatur County and attended Riverside High School (class of 1994). I also graduated from UTM and from Union University. I moved to Obion County in 1999 when I married Obion County native Scotty B. Warren (OCCHS class of 1986). Scotty and I have one daughter, Taylor Ann-Marie. I teach English at OCCHS and at UTM. In my free time, I like to swim and read. 


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