Wes Miller seeks Obion mayor’s post in Nov. 4 election
Posted: Tuesday, October 21, 2008 10:22 pm
Wes Miller of Obion is an-nouncing his candidacy for mayor of the Town of Obion in the Nov. 4 election.
Miller graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin in 1993 with a bachelor of science degree in business administration, working in retail sales and management positions. He joined Obion Grain Co. Inc. in 1998 as office manager and controller.
“In this position, I am very familiar with accounting, payroll, departmental budgeting, financial statements, negotiating with banks and lenders and communicating with governmental agencies at both the state and national level,” he said.
Miller is a member of Troy’s First United Methodist Church, where he serves as church treasurer, assistant choir director and a member of the church council. He currently serves as vice president of the Town of Obion Industrial Board and department superintendent at the Obion County Fair and is a graduate of the 2000 Leadership Obion County class.
He has also served as a mentor in the Obion County School System and a board member of Obion County United Way and as a past member of the Obion County Foster Care Review Board.
Miller is the son of Mike Miller of Obion and Sidney and Deanna Chappell of Troy and is married to Emily (Stokes) Miller.
“As a citizen and businessman, I have a strong commitment to the continued progress and growth of Obion,” he said. “Obion has moved forward during the current administration. If elected mayor, I pledge to work with the Obion city council and all employees for the continued progress of Obion in a peaceful and professional manner. I would like to take this opportunity to ask all citizens of Obion for their vote and support.”
Published in The Messenger 10.21.08
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