Rickey Ray announces his candidacy for re-election to the Montgomery County Commission, District 4

Through February 1, 2022 8:00 a.m.

CLARKSVILLE, TN (NOW CLARKSVILLE) – Rickey Ray has announced his candidacy for re-election to the Montgomery County Commission, District 4.

Ray, who has lived his entire life in Montgomery County, will run as an independent. He retired from Nyrstar Zinc Plant after 40 years of service as Safety Manager.

“I tried to be the voice of the people in my district and to solve all the problems and problems that were brought to my attention. I also tried to vote in accordance with the wishes of my constituents,” Ray said. “My desire is to continue working for the people in my neighborhood to keep our taxes low and preserve our quality of life.”

He is an active member and past president of Central Civitan, past president of Cumberland Heights Utility District, member of Lone Oak Baptist Church, active member of Harley Owners Group Tuckessee Chapter and Palmyra Lodge 747. He is a 32nd degree Mason.

Over the past four years, he has served on the following committees: Building and Codes, Fire Protection, Highway Commission Liaison, Public Safety Training, Rules Committee, Agriculture Committee, Schools, Budget Committee, Overdue Tax Committee, Purchasing and Appointment Committee. Committee.

District 4 covers the portion of southern Montgomery County between Highway 48/13 and the Cumberland River, from the Southern Hills area of ​​Clarksville to approximately Louise Creek.

Ray’s wife, Saran Jones Ray, is a retired educator. They have five children and four grandchildren.

Information from the Rickey Ray campaign.

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