Georgia Transmission Corporation Re-elects Ray C. Jones

Apr 05, 2001, 01:00 ET from Georgia Transmission Corporation

    ATLANTA, April 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Ray C. Jones of Chestnut Mountain, GA was
 re-elected last week to a one-year term as Vice Chairman of the Board of
 Georgia Transmission Corporation (GTC).
     The GTC Board of Directors elected officers for 2001 at a Board meeting on
 March 26, in Atlanta.
     Jones has served on the GTC Board since 1996 as a Member Director for the
 Northeast Region.  He serves as Chairman of the Board of Jackson EMC.
     Also re-elected as GTC officers were Charles R. Fendley, Chairman of the
 Board; Roy Tollerson, Jr., Secretary; and Steve E. Rawl, Sr., Treasurer.
 Fendley is the GTC Member Director for the Northwest Region and is Chairman of
 the Board of Amicalola EMC.  Tollerson is the at-large GTC Member Director and
 on the Board of Directors of Troup EMC.  Rawl is the GTC Member Director for
 the Southeast Region and is First Vice President of Okefenoke REMC.
     GTC is a not-for-profit cooperative owned by 39 Electric Membership
 Corporations (EMCs) in Georgia.  It owns approximately $910 million in assets,
 including more than 2,400 miles of transmission lines and 500 substations
 across the state.
 
 

SOURCE Georgia Transmission Corporation
    ATLANTA, April 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Ray C. Jones of Chestnut Mountain, GA was
 re-elected last week to a one-year term as Vice Chairman of the Board of
 Georgia Transmission Corporation (GTC).
     The GTC Board of Directors elected officers for 2001 at a Board meeting on
 March 26, in Atlanta.
     Jones has served on the GTC Board since 1996 as a Member Director for the
 Northeast Region.  He serves as Chairman of the Board of Jackson EMC.
     Also re-elected as GTC officers were Charles R. Fendley, Chairman of the
 Board; Roy Tollerson, Jr., Secretary; and Steve E. Rawl, Sr., Treasurer.
 Fendley is the GTC Member Director for the Northwest Region and is Chairman of
 the Board of Amicalola EMC.  Tollerson is the at-large GTC Member Director and
 on the Board of Directors of Troup EMC.  Rawl is the GTC Member Director for
 the Southeast Region and is First Vice President of Okefenoke REMC.
     GTC is a not-for-profit cooperative owned by 39 Electric Membership
 Corporations (EMCs) in Georgia.  It owns approximately $910 million in assets,
 including more than 2,400 miles of transmission lines and 500 substations
 across the state.
 
 SOURCE  Georgia Transmission Corporation