County Commission

Meet Giles County’s 21 Commissioners

  

Giles County’s legislative body, the Giles County Commission,  is made up of 21 members, with three being elected from each of the seven districts. Members are elected by the voters in the August general elections coinciding with the election of the governor and take office the following September 1 after being qualified to hold office.

The Giles County Commission meets in regular session at 9 a.m. on the third Monday of each month in the Giles County Commission Room on the south side of the third floor of the Giles County Courthouse located at the center of the Giles County Courthouse Square.

The meetings are open to the public, though there is limited seating capacity in the historic courtroom in which the sessions are held. 

Meetings of committees are held on separate days from and prior to the commission meetings to address any business issues that may come before the commission. These meetings are open to the public and are posted on this website in the events calendar.

Constituents are encouraged to call their commissioners to discuss upcoming agenda items, call attention to issues that should be addressed by the commission and to provide feedback on matters of consequence to Giles County over which the commission has jurisdiction.

Joyce Woodard

 1315 Liberty Road

Prospect, TN 38477

 931-638-7202

jwoodard43@gmail.com

 

 

 

Erin Curry

3792 Bethel Road

Pulaski, TN 38478-6204

615-202-1255

erincurry@bellsouth.net

 

Bill Cary

 145 Persimmon Road

P.O. Box 156

 Elkton, TN 38455

931-468-2295

 billjcary@bellsouth.net

 

District 1

David Wamble

850 Nance Road

Pulaski, TN 38478-7837

931-309-7316

dwamble@energize.net

 

 

Stoney Jackson

1103 Wray Branch Road

Minor Hill, TN  38473

931-565-3268

stoneyjr1211@yahoo.com

Tracy Wilburn

 12009 Minor Hill Highway

Goodspring, TN 38460

931-565-3295

 twilburnn@icloud.com

 

District 2

Photo of David Adams, District 3

David Adams

17840 Campbellsville Road

Lynnville, TN  38472

931-379-7506

Photo of Mike Cesarini, District 3

Mike Cesarini

205 Old Agnew Road

Pulaski, TN 38478-8465

931-363-8390

Mike.Cesarini.gcc@gmail.com

photo of Tim Risner, District 3

Tim Risner

4489 Rhea Branch Road

Ethridge, TN 38456

931-638-9108

 

District 3

photo of Rodney Journey, District 4

Rodney Journey

522 Tight Bark Road

Petersburg, TN 37144

931-580-9830

rjourney.cardin@gmail.com

photo of Roger Reedy, District 4

Roger Reedy

8900 Columbia Highway

Pulaski, TN 38478

931-363-2800

rogercell2800@gmail.com

 

Photo of Duane Jones, District 4

Duane Jones

15687 Columbia Highway

Lynnville, TN 38472

931-638-7500

turkey05@aol.com

 

District 4

Photo of Brad Butler, District 5

Brad Butler

2337 Columbia Highway

Pulaski, TN  38478

931-363-3658

hwy64.me.com

 

Photo Gayle Jones, District 5

Gayle Jones

2009 Echo Lake Drive

Pulaski, TN 38478-9607

931-363-4224

drycreeksupply@icloud.com

 

 

Photo of Tommy Pollard, District 6

Thomas Pollard

909 Blooming Grove Road

Pulaski, TN 38478

931-638-6483

 

District 5

Photo of Rose Yvonne Brown, District 5

Rose Yvonne Brown

 1028 North Third Street

 Pulaski, TN 38478

 931-638-1211

 

 

 

Giles County Tennessee seal

Joseph Sutton

736 Childers Street

Pulaski, TN 38478-2506

931-363-6698

 

Photo of Joseph Sutton, District 7

Larry Worsham

216 Harmon Drive

Pulaski, TN 38478

931-363-2025

larrywworsham@yahoo.com

 

District 6

photo of Harold Brooks, District 7

James Harold Brooks

442 East College Street

Pulaski, TN  38478

931-363-8616

jhb@energize.net

Photo of Terry Harwell, district 7

Terry Harwell

534 East College Street

Pulaski, TN 38478

931-224-0462

tharwell@gilescofinance.com

 

 

Photo of Judy Pruett, District 7

Judy Pruett

225 West Sam Davis Avenue

Pulaski, TN 38478

931-703-7328

jpruett6277@gmail.com

 

District 7

 

Artist Kimberly White captured the essence of rural Giles County, Tennessee, with her painting that now hangs in the Giles County Commission Room at the historic courthouse.

The artist shows life from a front porch with a view of farming that has been a mainstay occupation during the county’s 200+ years – hauling hay, growing cotton, picking fruit, harvesting corn. On the porch rail is Tennessee’s state bird, the mockingbird. The state flower, the iris, grows alongside the porch, while the ever-present morning glory frames the busy farm.

Quilts hang on the line. The table is set for partaking in home-cooked muffins, milk and honey.