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MEC Board of Directors

   

Donald L. Moore - Assistant Secretary
Donald L. Moore has been on the Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative Board of Directors since 1993. He represents members in Directorate District #1, in the area west of Gretna and Chatham, which includes Sandy Level and Pittsville. Moore, who has an associate's degree in business administration, is the owner and operator of Moore Farm, and he has served on the board of the Pittsylvania County Farm Bureau for over 30 years.

David C. Hall

David C. Hall, of Hurt, was elected to the Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative Board of Directors in June 2016.  He is director of Directorate District #2, which serves the area east of Gretna, including Grit, Mt. Airy and Stovall.  Hall is a retired architect.

 

Michael H. McDowell - Vice Chairman
Michael H. McDowell, of Vernon Hill, has served on the Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative Board of Directors since November of 1988. McDowell is director of Directorate District #3, which includes areas around Riceville, Ridgeway, Markham, White Oak Mt., Pickaway, Hickory Grove, Republican Grove, and Java. He is owner and operator of Locust Level Farm, which has been recognized for many agricultural achievements.

Larry W. Layman
Larry Layman was elected to the Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative Board of Directors in June of 2012 and is director of Directorate District #4, which is north of Halifax. This district includes areas around Whitesville, Crystal Hill and Mt. Laurel. Layman is a consulting forester, having started his consulting business after retiring from the Virginia Department of Forestry.  He is a member of the Society of American Foresters and the Virginia Forestry Association.


Brandon G. Hudson

Brandon G. Hudson has served on the Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative Board of Directors since 2005. He represents people in District #5, which includes Denniston, Aarons Creek, Redbank, Harmony, Hitesburg, Midway, Moffett, Centerville, and Highway #15 north to Clarksville. Hudson is a self-employed attorney in Halifax County. He specializes in civil transactions and mediation.

D. Stanley Duffer - Secretary /Treasurer
Stanley Duffer was appointed to the Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative Board of Directors in 1987. He is director of Directorate District #6, west of Chase City. This district includes areas around Barnes Junction, Red Oak, Laconia Bynum's Store, Finneywood, and Wylliesburg. Duffer recently retired as the Southside regional market development manager for the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
 

Fletcher B. (Bob) Jones
Fletcher B. Jones, of Boydton, was elected to the Board in 1986 and is director of Directorate District #7, which serves areas around Rehoboth, Traffic, Palmer Springs, Smiths Store, Eppes Fork, Phillis, Callahans Corner, and Finchley. Jones is an insurance agent with the Watkins Insurance Agency in South Hill.  Jones is an active member of the South Hill Lion's Club, a member of the Palmer Springs Volunteer Fire Department, and an active member in the Bethesda Baptist Church.

David J. Jones - Chairman
David Jones of Bracey was first elected to the Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative Board of Directors in 1982. He is director of Directorate District #8, which is the area west of South Hill and includes Bracey, Redlawn, Dunn’s Corner and Petty’s Corner. Jones is a professional farmer in the Big Fork area of Mecklenburg County.

Franklin B. Myers
Franklin B. Myers, of Gasburg, has served on the Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative Board of Directors since 2006. In  District #9, he represents areas around White Plains, Gasburg, Triplet, Barker Crossroads, Ebony, Valentines, Bowers Corner and Ante. Myers is the vice-president of M. M. Wright, Inc. and Gasburg Equipment Company, and president of Gasburg Timber Corporation.
 

Peggy Lee
Peggy Lee of Freeman was elected to the Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative Board in 2008. She is director of Directorate District #10, which serves areas around Brunswick County Lake, Freeman, and Bufford Crossroads, as well as Brink, Slates Corner, Barley, Pleasant Shade, and Callaville.  She has been executive director for the USDA Farm Service Agency (formerly ASCS) in Lawrenceville for 20 years.  She also serves as state regional recruitment coordinator.

 

Angela B. Wilson
Angela B. Wilson was elected to the Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative Board in 2008. She is director of Directorate District #11,  which includes 9 areas around Grizzard, Adams Grove, Mason, Claresville, Bryants Corner, and Slagles Lake.  Wilson is superintendent for Greensville County Public Schools.  She is secretary on the Greensville Memorial Hospital Foundation Board and holds positions in other health-related and youth-oriented organizations.

   
 
 

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