The following is a press release from Lower Valley Energy
Afton, WYOMING – After almost 33 years serving on the Lower Valley Energy Board of Directors, Peter Cook resigned his District 6 seat at the August board meeting last week. Cook left the Board for health reasons. A Lower Valley Energy Board of Director since the 1980’s, Cook helped navigate the cooperative through some interesting events and was instrumental in the current direction and position Lower Valley Energy is in today.
“I’ve really enjoyed working with Peter over the years and appreciate his significant dedication to this cooperative,” stated Lower Valley Energy President and CEO, Jim Webb. “We will all miss the opportunity to work with him,” Webb continued. Former Board Chairwoman Linda Schmidt went on to say, “Serving on the LVE board of directors with Pete has been a wonderful experience for me. He taught us all about patience, humility and concern for each other. We will miss him.”
The Lower Valley Energy Board of Directors formally invites interested candidates who reside in District 6 to submit a letter of intent and resume (Lower Valley Energy, Attn Gay Petersen, PO Box 188, Afton WY 83110 or [email protected]) by October 5, 2017. The Board of Directors will interview candidates on October 25 and the selected candidate will serve District 6 until the June 2018 Annual Meeting. The District 6 Board seat will be open for general election at the 2018 Annual Meeting.
District #6 comprises the western portion of the town of Jackson with Cache Street defining the eastern boundary. The southern boundary is Highway 22 with the Snake River being the western border. Zenith Drive serves as the northern boundary and includes Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club. Please give us a call if you are interested in applying for the District 6 Board of Director seat and would like to verify your eligibility.