At a recent meeting of the Randolph Electric Board of Directors, the cooperative honored former President and district 4 Director Jerry Bowman for his leadership.
The REMC Board of Directors elected Bowman president in June 2017. He has served in this capacity for six years. Bowman has represented district 4 on the board since 1993. Although Bowman has stepped down as president, he will continue as the district 4 representative on the board.
Board President Tammie Phillips presented Bowman with a plaque commemorating his service to REMC members at the August board meeting. Phillips said, “The REMC Board of Directors recognizes Mr. Bowman today for his outstanding leadership at the helm of our cooperative. Jerry, we are grateful for your consistent dedication to our members. You have been an inspiration to me and to this organization. Thank you for helping us remember that our members are our top priority.”
Bowman is the former owner of Stuart-Bowman Auto Centre and has been involved in automobile sales and service since 1964. He and his wife, Wanda, reside in Asheboro.
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