BioAnne B. Crockett-Stark was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in November of 2005. She currently serves on the Counties, Cities and Towns, the Science and Techonlogy and the Health, Welfare and Institutions committees. She also chairs a subcommitte for Counties, Cities and towns. She represents all of Wythe and Carroll County and parts of Smyth County, which includes the towns of Wytheville, Rural Retreat, Marion, Saltville, and Hillsville.
In 1978, she became the first woman ever elected to the Wytheville Town Council. After that she served on the Wythe County Board of Supervisors, becoming the first female Chairperson of the Board in 2003.
Delegate Crockett-Stark earned both a Bachelors of Science and Masters from Radford University. She has also completed some doctoral work at Virginia Tech. Delegate Crockett-Stark worked as an educator and guidance counselor in Wythe County for 32 years. She has worked with students from kindergarten through the community college level.
Delegate Crockett-Stark has served on the Mount Rogers Regional Planning District, Grayson/Wythe Regional Library and Mount Rogers Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Board. Delegate Crockett-Stark was a co-founder of the Chautauqua Festival and Wythe Arts Council. She has been active in the Wythe Historical Society, Links Club, DAR, and Eastern Star.
Annie B. with Students from Wytheville Community College Personal-
Annie B. Crockett-Stark describes herself as a people person who enjoys her children, grandchildren, and friends. She loves meeting new people and learns new things from everyone she meets. "Annie B." taught school for thirty two years as a language arts teacher and as a guidance counselor. She retired in 2004.
Born in Wytheville, VA, December 12
Widow of the late Dr. Carl E. Stark, long time
Mayor of Wytheville
Mother of two daughters, Grandmother of eleven
B.S. and M.S. from Radford University
Post Graduate work at Virginia Tech
Member, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Lay Minister, Lutheran Mountain Ministry
Retired teacher and guidance counselor for
Wythe County Schools and Wytheville Community College
Wythe County Board of Supervisors, 2000-2006,
First female Chairperson, 2003
Wytheville Town Council, 1978-1982
Board of Directors, Virginia Associations of Counties
State Board, Virginia Municipal League
Awarded National Jaycette's Woman in
Member, Mt. Rogers Regional Planning District
Member, Regional Library Board - Grayson/Wythe
Former Chair, Mt. Rogers Community Mental Health
and Substance Abuse Board
Co-Chair, Wythe County Jamestown 2007
Past President, Alpha Delta Kappa
Wythe Historical Society
Past President, Quota Club International
– now Links
Wytheville, Wythe, Bland Chamber of Commerce
Member, DAR and Order of Eastern Star
Co-Founder, Chautauqua Festival and Wythe
Former Member, Southwest Medical Auxiliary
Past Member, PTA, VEA, NEA, Virginia Counseling
Former Member, Pulaski Community Hospital
Board of Directors