In a unanimous vote Monday night, the Franklin County Board of Supervisors appointed Mr. Clarence (C.B.) Reynolds to fill the unexpired term of David Cundiff as the Union Hall representative on the Board.
“It was extremely gratifying to have received 12 applications of interest for the position as the representative of the people of the Union Hall District on the Board of Supervisors,” said Vice Chair, Cline Brubaker. “The Board spent a considerable amount of time listening to each applicant and carefully reviewing what each could bring to the Board in representing the district for which they were being considered. While the decision was a difficult one due to the quality of the applicants, it is the Board’s belief that Mr. Reynolds would best represent the wishes of the Union Hall District.”
Mr. Reynolds is a graduate of Franklin County High School and Ferrum College, serves in various leadership capacities at Glade Hill Baptist Church, and is a member of the Glade Hill Ruritan Club, the Franklin County Tradesmen and Associates Association, Relay for Life Team Member, and the Antique Farm Club. He is retired from the Virginia Department of Transportation where he served for almost 43 years and is a long time tax preparer in the community. Mr. Reynolds is a U.S. Army veteran having served in Vietnam from 1965-1966 and resides with his wife Judy in the Glade Hill community.
Mr. Reynolds will be sworn into office immediately and attend his first Board meeting on December 16. An election for the 4 year term of the seat will be held in November of 2015.