22 Aug DREMC announces Riddle elected; three directors retain positions on board
Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) announced the election of Brian Riddle of Bedford County to serve a three-year term as board director for Zone 4 at its Annual Membership Meeting held on Aug. 19 in Lewisburg.
“Congratulations to the Bedford County candidates on their campaigns,” said Scott Spence, DREMC President and CEO. “We welcome Brian to board and look forward to working with him. On behalf of the cooperative, I would like to thank both candidates for the time and effort they invested in running for the Zone 4 seat—it is a true testament to their commitment to the communities we serve.”
Riddle is a native of Bedford County and is a Certified Insurance Professional for Dennis Young Insurance. He also operated a 100-acre cattle farm for several years and says that he understands the challenges and opportunities facing farmers and rural areas.
He and his wife, Tonya, have been married for 41 years and have two children.
In addition to Riddle’s election to the DREMC board, three directors, whose terms would expire this year, were unopposed and will retain their board positions. They include Mike England, who represents Coffee and Warren counties; Philip Duncan, who represents Franklin, Grundy and Marion counties; and Anthony Kimbrough, who represents Maury, Hickman, Lawrence, Lewis and Williamson counties.
The DREMC Board of Directors is comprised of 13 directors, who have fiduciary responsibility for the cooperative.