Employees and Board of Trustees
Manager of Engineering & Operations
Manager of Member Services
Manager of Accounting & Finance
Manager of Information Technology
Manager of Stores & Purchases
James Shaver, District 2, and his wife, LaRue, live in Goshen where he is a farmer. Shaver is active in the Lions Club and a director in the Pike County Farmers Federation. He is a trustee with Little Oak Methodist Church. He is a member in the Pike County Cattlemen’s Association and has received his Certified Cooperative Directors certificate and Board Leadership certification from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
Delaney Kervin, District 5, is the retired Headmaster of Pike Liberal Arts School. He lives in the Oak Grove Community with his wife Quintilla. He holds a Masters degree in Education from Auburn University at Montgomery. He serves as a trustee with the Oak Grove United Methodist Church. He has received his Certified Cooperative Directors certificate and Board Leadership certification from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
Douglas Green, District 6, is a retired school teacher and holds a Masters degree in Administrations and Supervision from Troy State University. He lives in Jack. He is a member of the Hebron Baptist Church where he serves as Deacon, and Young Adult Sunday School Teacher. He has also received his Certified Cooperative Directors certificate and Board Leadership certification from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
James May, At Large, has been a member of SAEC for over 30 years. He and his wife, Carolyn, are long-time Crenshaw County residents. They have two sons: James, Jr. and Jeremy. They are members of the Helicon Baptist Church where he serves as a deacon and chairman of the Trustee Board. He has been a project engineer for Montgomery County for 26 years. May also serves on the Mon-Cre Telephone Cooperative Board and on the Crenshaw County Economic and Industrial Development Authority.
Ben Fox, District 4, and his wife, Jae, live between Luverne and Brantley. They have a daughter, Manning and a son, John Mack. He owns a home building construction company. He is a member of Alabama Home Builders Association. He is a member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church. He is taking courses to obtain a Certified Cooperative Director certificate and Board Leadership certification from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
Raymond Trotter, District 3, and his wife Bonnie, live in the Live Oak Community. He is recently retired from Luverne Co-op Services where he has worked for 41 years. He is a member of Live Oak Methodist Church and serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees there. He is a graduate of Troy University, where he received a B.S. degree in Business Administration and Marketing. He is a member of the Crenshaw County Cattleman’s Association.
Johnny Garrett, District 1, and his wife Patricia, live in the community of Pronto in Pike County. He is retired after thirty-five years as owner of the Piggly Wiggly locations in Brundidge and Troy. He is a member of Brundidge United Methodist Church where he serves as a trustee and president of the church council. He is a member of the Pike County Cattlemen’s Association and serves as treasurer.
Tim Sanders District 7, and his wife, Cindy, live in the Frisco Community in Coffee County. He is a life-long farmer managing acres of row crops along with poultry houses and cattle. He is a member of Roeton Baptist Church. He serves on the First South Advisory Board, The Coffee County Baptist Association Finance and Executive Committees.