940 Bethel Road, Phenix, VA 23959
(434) 542-5000 Cell Phone:
The Aspen/Phenix District encompasses an
area on the western side of the County and includes the incorporated town
of Phenix. Places of interest located in
this District are Red Hill (last home and burial place of Patrick
Henry), Staunton Hill (The David K. Bruce Estate), Ridgeway
Farms, Gravel Hill Plantation, and the Clarkton Bridge. Mr.
to get the first and only Public Boat Landing in Charlotte County
which is located on the Staunton River in the Aspen/Phenix district.
He also played an important role in renaming the bridge over Cub
Creek near Phenix as the Millard B. Rice, Jr. Memorial Bridge.
Born January 18, 1944 in Newport
News, Virginia. At age one, moved to Charlotte County where he continues to
- Attended Southside Virginia Community College (Principles I and II
in Real Estate)
- Randolph-Henry High School, 1962 graduate
CURRENTLY SERVES ON:
- Charlotte County Board of Supervisors, since 1991
- Chairman 2016,2015, 2007 & 2006
- Vice-Chairman 2014 & 2013
- Colonial Farm Credit Board - Ten years of service; three as
vice-chairman and one as chairman
- Virginia Farm Bureau Flue-Cured Tobacco Advisory Board
- Charlotte County Farm Bureau since 1991 - Former Vice-President
- South Boston Tobacco Warehouse Association - Former Vice-President
- Roanoke River Basin Advisory Board
- Roanoke River Basin Bi-state Commission Member - Appointed by the Senate
- Bethel Baptist Church, Chairman of the Board of Deacons
PREVIOUSLY SERVED ON:
- Board of Sovran and Nations Bank
- Old Dominion Resource Conservation and Development
Owns and operates a beef cattle farm and
cash hay business in Charlotte County.
Retired General Manager of Virginia Dark-Fired
Tobacco Growers Association, Virginia Sun-Cured Tobacco
Cooperative, Dark Tobacco Sales Cooperative and formerly employed
by the Soil Conservation Service.