Joe Gill, EnviroVac Senior VP of Operations is joining the Coastal Electric Cooperative Board of Directors
Join us in welcoming the newest member of the Coastal Electric Cooperative Board of Directors—Joseph Fillmore Gill IV of Fleming.
A director search committee selected Gill to complete the unexpired term of the late Jack Waters, who passed away in December. He recently attended his first board meeting.
A lifelong resident of Liberty County, Gill has deep-rooted family ties with the co-op, as his great-grandfather also served on the board.
“I have always admired the values of Coastal Electric,” said Gill. “Even as a child attending annual meetings with my father, Coastal Electric’s commitment to the community was evident to me by the professional performance in our community and the generosity given back by its members. The electric cooperative has built a sustainable and remarkable culture in our community, and one that I hope to continue and be a part of with my leadership abilities.”
In his career, Gill serves as senior vice president of Envirovac Holdings LLC. He earned a Bachelor of Science in construction from Georgia Southern University and is involved in the American Angus Association, Mount Olivet Church, Outdoor Dream Foundation and Waterjet Technology Association.
He and his wife, Tyre, have two daughters, Grier and Mae.
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