Eric Meadows touts experience, vision for Richton in asking for support in Tuesday’s special election for alderman
Hello Richton Community!
My name is Eric Meadows and I am asking for your vote to fill the vacant spot on the town’s Board of Aldermen on February 18, 2020. My family and I have been in prayer over this decision since Larry Wilson was elected as Perry County Chancery Clerk in November, leaving the Alderman seat vacant.
I am 41 years old and have been a lifelong resident of Perry County. I am also a 1997 Graduate of Richton High School.
My wife, Cammie, and I married in 2015 and have lived in the town of Richton with our families since then. We are members of Brewer Baptist Church. Three of our six children are graduates of Richton High School, two are currently enrolled and active in RHS athletics and a variety of other organizations, and our caboose is on track for a 2036 Richton High School graduation date.
I have been employed by Georgia Pacific since June of 2018 as the Utilities Operator. The 15 years prior to this were spent as the Federal Technician at Camp Shelby, and I was also enlisted in the U.S. Army Mississippi National Guard for 20 years before retiring in 2016. I have 12 years of law enforcement experience, and am currently serving as a part-time officer with the Richton Police Department. Along with my extensive work experience, I have also volunteered as a coach of youth sports in the community for over ten years.
I would appreciate your vote and support to elect me as your next alderman. I will strive to always be the people’s alderman, always putting the best interest of the town first and keeping our town moving in a positive direction.
Thanks again for your consideration and support in the upcoming election.
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