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SIRC Board of Directors

Guy Randolph


Guy is a graduate of Brown University. His professional  career was with Procter and Gamble, Salomon Brothers and Morgan Stanley. Risk Magazine named him a derivatives pioneer for a product called the “Range Forward”. He has been published over 20 times in The Wall Street Journal letters to the editor, and frequently in The Savannah Morning News. Guy and his wife Sandy have two daughters and two grandchildren.

Darryl Brown

A graduate of Auburn University, Darryl then was an Officer in the US Army Special Forces as an Army Ranger. In his civilian career, he was President of Goodrich Associates, a commercial real estate company, and started a private consulting firm in NYC.

He is President of the Modena Property Owners Association and a Past President of the Coastal Georgia Botanical Garden. Darryl and his wife Carolyn were part-time Landings residents before becoming full time residents of Modena Island

Nicole Casino

Nicole’s father was an Army officer at Hunter Army Airfield when she was child, so she always felt a connection to Savannah and moved here in 2001. Her successful real estate career started in Savannah then, becoming one of the top realtors on Skidaway Island. She has strong conservative values and her goal is to gather like-minded people to become more involved in the Republican Party. Being a mother of three, she balances her time volunteering for neighborhood committees, charities and political organizations.

Emily Dickinson Scrivner

Emily is Executive Vice President for Wet Willie’s Management Corporation, where she has worked since graduating from Tulane University.  A Savannah native, Emily serves on a number of Boards of Directors: the Savannah Music Festival, the Historic Savannah Foundation, Komen Coastal Georgia, and the Georgia Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She enjoys running, reading, singing, rock climbing and cooking.

Eric L. Flicker

Eric has both a BS in Civil Engineering and an MBA from Lehigh University. His consulting  engineering practice was in water/wastewater for local communities. His senior firm management service and leadership to engineering organizations included outreach to elected officials at local, state, and national levels. As national Chair of the American Council of Engineering Companies, he developed an effective PAC to support elected officials. He continues his corporate involvement by serving on the Boards of three engineering and technology companies.

Drazen M. Jukic

Drazen M. Jukic, MD, PhD (DJ), was born in Zagreb, Croatia. He volunteered during the war in Croatia in 1991, and was awarded a Home War Medal. DJ has completed a residency in pathology, and fellowships in Oncologic Pathology, GU pathology and Dermatopathology. He was a director of dermatopathology at University of Pittsburgh from 2001-2010. DJ also served as a director of dermatopathology in Tampa VA and is a member of the Georgia Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center. He also serves as an official on the American Society of Dermatopathologists and is a faculty member of Mercer Medical University.

Neil Jurgensen


A native of Savannah, Neil has a Microbiology degree from the University of Georgia, with law degrees from Loyola University (New Orleans) and the John Marshall School of Law in Chicago. He is a senior associate with First Family Insurance. He is also a member of: German Heritage Society, Catholic Lawyers Guild, Sinn Fein Society, St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee. Neil is the Chairman of the Skidaway Professional Republicans and a parishioner at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

Quentin L. Marlin

From Savannah, he has a law degree from Mercer University and has served in the Georgia Air National Guard, with a tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2002.He is a Partner at Ellis, Painter, Ratteree & Abrams (EPRA), and was recently appointed to Governor Kemp’s Judicial Nominating Commission.  He is a past president of Savannah Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, and a Board member of the Savannah Economic Development Authority, the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce, and Bethesda Academy.

Linda Moore

A native Georgian, Linda has a Marketing BBA  from Georgia Southern. At  C.H. Guenther, a leading food industry manufacturer, she managed the Private Label business, focussing on growth, innovation and product development.

She served on the Board of Directors for the Private Label Manufacturers Association and was a member of WISE (Women Impacting Store Brands Excellence). In 2017 Store Brands Magazine rated her one of the Top Women in Store Brands.

Linda and her husband, Rich moved here in 2007, and have five granddaughters.

Peter Muller

A Savannah native, he graduated from University of Georgia’s School of Journalism and School of Law. He is Managing Partner of Goodman McGuffey LLP’s Savannah office and a past president of the Georgia Defense Lawyers Association. He is president of the Hibernian Society of Savannah, president-elect of the German Heritage Society and serves on the School Council of Savannah Arts Academy.  Peter, his wife Lisa and three children are members of St. James Church.

David Resler

He retired in 2012 as Managing Director at Nomura Securities International, Inc. where he was Chief U.S. Economist for 25 years. His career also included stints in academia, the Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis, and First Chicago Corporation.  He is a graduate of Muskingum University and recipient of Muskingum’s 2012 Distinguished Service Award, and has a PhD from The Ohio State University.  His professional research focused on the interaction between the financial markets and the broader international economies.

Jackson H. Sherrill


Immediate Past President

Jack is a graduate of Davidson College, and has both CPCU and CLU degrees. He founded a Trusted Choice Independent Insurance Agency: Sherrill & Company (still a Senior Partner). He has published articles on agency management and professional liability. He is a past president and national director with the Independent Agents of Georgia Association. Jack and Ann are members of Isle of Hope United Methodist Church.

Mike Walters


A graduate of Fordham College, Mike has a Master’s Degree in Mathematics from the University of Notre Dame. He is a Fellow and Past President of the Casualty Actuarial Society. He retired as a senior partner at Tillinghast-Towers Perrin (now Willis Towers Watson).  He is also Editor of the SIRC Magazine. He and his wife MaryAnne are parishioners of St. James Catholic Church.

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