Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Johnson City Power Board Welcomes Its Three Newest Board Members!

Johnson City Power Board (JCPB) is governed by an eight member Board of Directors. Board members are appointed to serve four year terms by the elected boards and commissions of communities within JCPB's service territory: City of Johnson City (5); Town of Jonesborough (1); Washington County (2).

Current members of the Board of Directors include:

Mrs. Jenny Brock, Chair, Representing the City of Johnson City; Mr. Ralph Martin, Representing Washington County; Mr. Guy Wilson, Representing the City of Johnson City; Mayor Kelly Wolfe, Representing the Town of Jonesborough.
Joining these talented board members are three new recruits as of 2013.

Mr. Scott Bowman joined the JCPB Board of Directors in January 2013. Scott is the owner of Zak’s Furniture located in Johnson City. He has been with Zak’s for nearly 5 years and was previously employed with Nortel Networks for 18 years. Scott obtained his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN and received his MBA from Emory University in Atlanta, GA. Scott is a resident of Johnson City and has a daughter who attends the University of Tennessee. He is also a member of the Johnson City Rotary Club. Scott expressed his appreciation to be part of the JCPB Board of Directors in a JCPB internal publication and is looking forward to working with the employees of JCPB for the next four years.

Mr. Robert Thomas joined JCPB’s Board of Directors in March 2013. He is an ETSU graduate with a major in Marketing. Mr. Thomas previously spent 13 years in the wholesale industry in Louisiana. Currently, he operates as Vice President of Thomas Construction where he has invested 12 years alongside his father and brother in business. Mr. Thomas currently serves on the Johnson City Regional Planning Commission and during his free time he stays busy keeping up with his three children, twin daughters and a son. Mr. Thomas is looking forward to the opportunity to serve on the JCPB Board of Directors and is also enthusiastic about being part of keeping a great organization moving forward.

Mr. Gerald Sparks joined JCPB’s Board of Directors as of June 2013. Gerald owned and operated Sparks Construction since 1972, but is currently retired. He was also previously employed with Cross-Lacey Oil Company for 10 years. Mr. Sparks is a current Washington Country Commissioner and during his free time he enjoys showing tractors. Mr. Sparks lives in Jonesborough with his wife and has two daughters and a son. Gerald states that he is looking forward to the experience of serving on the JCPB Board of Directors.

These three new faces will bring diversity and a fresh perspective to the Board of Directors during the course of the next four years. We, at Johnson City Power Board, are excited to welcome these distinguished men into our organization and wish the best for them as they continue on their path toward success.

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