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Board Names SSEMC's Next CEO


Brad Thomas to retire after 33 Years of Service; Shaun Mock will assume role



Snapping Shoals EMC's Board of Directors has announced that Shaun Mock will serve as the co-op's new President/Chief Executive Officer after current CEO Brad Thomas retires in January 2021.


Mr. Thomas began his career at Snapping Shoals EMC in September 1987 as an Engineer Assistant while finishing his final semester at Georgia Tech. He graduated from Georgia Tech in December 1987. Mr. Thomas has served as Planning Engineer, Distribution Engineer, System Engineer, Manager of Engineering, Vice President of Engineering and Senior Vice President of Engineering and Operations. He was named President/CEO after Randall Meadows retired in 2010.

Mr. Mock has served as SSEMC's Chief Financial Officer since 2013. He began his SSEMC career in 2009 as the Vice President of Finance and Administration. Before joining SSEMC, he served as the Manager of Accounting at The Satilla REMC in Alma, GA, and worked with the accounting firm McNair, McLemore, Middlebrooks in Macon.

Mr. Mock is a 2011 graduate of the Robert I. Kabat Management Internship Program of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Following the completion of his undergraduate studies at Mercer University in 2003, Mock graduated from the University of Georgia in 2004 with a Master of Accountancy Degree in Taxation. He has been a certified public accountant in the State of Georgia since 2005.

Mr. Mock is a Georgia native, born and raised in Waycross, GA. He and his wife, Laura, currently reside in McDonough with their two daughters, Hannah and Madelyn. Along with his commitment to SSEMC, Shaun served on the boards of the Henry County Chamber of Commerce and Go Energy Financial Credit Union. He and his family are members of Bethany Baptist Church where he has coached Upward Basketball since 2014.

Mr. Mock said, "I am honored to be named the next President/CEO of Snapping Shoals EMC. SSEMC has been blessed with exemplary leadership since its inception in 1937 and I am humbled to be even a small part of that proud history."