Scott Cole | District 2
Mr. Scott Cole joined the Randolph Electric Membership Corporation Board of Directors in 2019 and represents District 2. Mr. Cole graduated from Appalachian State University in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in Biology and later earned his master’s degree in Plant and Soil Science from N.C. A&T State University.
Mr. Cole is a North Carolina Licensed Soil Scientist and currently serves as the Environmental Health Program Director with the Montgomery County Department of Health.
Mr. Cole and his wife, Michelle, reside in Seagrove with their two sons and are members of Pleasant Hill Primitive Baptist Church. Mr. Cole enjoys spending time outdoors with family and friends, volunteering with his sons’ school activities and assisting with Randolph County Livestock and Poultry Improvement Association events.
Jerry Bowman | District 4
Mr. Jerry Bowman is the President of Randolph Electric Membership Corporation’s Board of Directors, representing District 4 since 1993. He is currently semi-retired after 40 years as President-Owner of Stuart-Bowman Auto Centre and continues to serve as President of Stuart-Bowman Body Shop and Smith Glass.
Mr. Bowman currently serves as a board member of Carolina Bank, is Past President and Red Jacket Club member of the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce and is a charter member and past officer of the Randolph Rotary Club.
He and his wife, Wanda Shaw Bowman, have one daughter and three grandchildren. Mr. Bowman enjoys collecting nostalgic advertising, fishing, spending time with his grandchildren and visiting Beaufort, N.C.
Tammie Phillips | District 7
Mrs. Tammie Phillips serves as a Director for District 7 on the Board of Directors for Randolph Electric Membership Corporation. Mrs. Phillips joined the Board in 2008 and currently serves as Vice President. Originally from Hallsboro, Mrs. Phillips attended NC State University where she graduated Cum Laude earning a bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a Concentration in Law and Political Philosophy and a minor in Sociology in 1997.
Mrs. Phillips was employed as a Special Agent with the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation for more than ten years where she conducted a variety of criminal investigations and worked as a polygraph examiner. Currently, she is employed with the Department of Justice.
When Mrs. Phillips is not on a baseball field or basketball court with her husband, Jonathan, and two young sons, she is actively involved in the community serving as a volunteer in the school system where her children attend and helping with activities through Tyson’s Creek Baptist Church.
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