Moseley elected to PowerSouth boardPublished 11:53am Monday, August 27, 2012
Greenville native Terry Moseley was elected to the PowerSouth Board of Trustees during the July 27 board meeting. He represents Pioneer Electric Cooperative on the board, replacing temporary board member Cleve Poole.
Moseley became Pioneer Electric’s executive vice president and general manager July 16. He replaced Steve Harmon who resigned in December.
Moseley is no stranger to Pioneer; he started his career with the cooperative as a college student in 1977 working his way up to the position of an electrical system engineer, where he designed and supervised maintenance of the co-op’s electric system. He left the company after 20 years to work in other areas of the utility industry.
“It is an honor to return to Pioneer, and I look forward to the opportunity to serve as a board member for PowerSouth,” Moseley said. “The cooperative relationships I developed during my previous work with Pioneer will serve me well as I return. I am eager to contribute to the success of PowerSouth and all our distribution members.”
Moseley served most recently as Sales Manager for GRESCO Utility Supply, Inc. in Dothan. His background includes more than 35 years of experience in the electric utility industry, including utility operations and management, safety regulations and marketing and sales operations.
He has participated in community service organizations and is an active member of several professional organizations such as the South Alabama Public Power Association, Alabama Society for Professional Engineers and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Auburn University. He is also a 1986 graduate of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s Management Internship Program at The University of Nebraska and is a licensed professional engineer.