The Votes Are In

Posted Nov 24th, 2021

For this year’s annual meeting, SAEC members approved a new mail-in voting process to make their voices heard from the comfort of home. The election was a success, with members casting their ballots by Oct. 26 for representatives of Districts 5, 6 and 7 on the board of trustees.

We’re excited to announce that the sitting trustees up for election in all three districts were re-elected by a two-thirds majority. Congratulations to Delaney Kervin in District 5, Douglas Green in District 6 and Tim Sanders in District 7. We look forward to their continued service to their community and the cooperative's members. 

Delaney Kervin - District 5

Delaney Kervin has served as a SAEC trustee for 27 years and has been vice president of the board for seven years. He holds a master’s degree in education from Auburn University at Montgomery. Delaney is a retired principal of Pike Liberal Arts School. He and his wife, Quintilla, reside in the Oak Grove Community. Delaney attends Oak Grove United Methodist Church where he serves as a trustee.


Douglas Green - District 6

Douglas Green has served on the board for 37 years and has been secretary and treasurer of the board for 28 years. Douglas holds a master’s degree in administration and supervision from Troy State University. He is a retired principal of Zion Chapel High School. He resides in Jack and is a member of Hebron Baptist Church, where he serves as a deacon and teaches Sunday school.


Tim Sanders - District 7

Tim Sanders is a graduate of Zion Chapel High School and a lifelong farmer, managing acres of row crops and poultry houses along with raising cattle. He serves on the First South Farm Credit Advisory Board and the Coffee County Baptist Association’s Finance and Executive committees. Sanders lives in the Frisco community of Coffee County with his wife, Cindy. He is a member of Roeton Baptist Church.