Holly Fields of Midway appointed to Coastal Electric Cooperative Board of Directors

Holly Fields of Midway has been selected by the Coastal Electric Cooperative board of directors to fill the unexpired term of former Liberty County board member Stephen Mullice, who passed away in October. The lifelong Liberty County resident attended her first board meeting as a director Dec. 20.

“It is an honor to have the opportunity to serve on the board,” Fields said. “As I’ve learned more about our cooperative and how it gives back to our community, I am excited to do my part to become an asset to the board and to our members.”

“I want to be more than just a part of this community. I want to feel like I’m making a difference. I love this community, I love the people here, and I love giving back.”

Fields has worked for the City of Hinesville for 15 years and currently serves as Human Resources Manager. She is a proud graduate of Bradwell Institute. Fields earned a bachelor’s of business administration from Georgia Southern University and a master of arts degree in Human Resources from Webster University.

Fields and her husband, Nolan, have two daughters – Ivy and Amber. The family attends Sunbury Missionary Baptist Church.

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TO MEMBERS OF COASTAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE FROM 1974 and 1975 In compliance with O.C.G.A. § 44-12-236 The Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act, Coastal Electric Cooperative, is attempting to locate former members whose capital credit checks were issued in 2010, but have been returned by the U.S. Post Office as “undeliverable” or have otherwise been unclaimed.…Continue Reading