Srwmd Governing Board Officers ElectedApr 21st, 2011 | By Submitted | Category: Outdoors
The Suwannee River Water Management District Governing Board held an election of officers on March 8. Donald J. Quincey, Jr., will serve as chairman; Alphonas Alexander will serve as vice-chairman; and Donald R. “Ray” Curtis III, will hold the positions of secretary/treasurer.
Quincey, a resident of Chiefland, was appointed by Governor Charlie Crist in April 2008 to represent the Lower Suwannee River Basin.
Quincey earned an Associate of Arts degree from Santa Fe Community College in 1976. He is the owner and president of Quincey Cattle Company and is currently the president-elect of the Florida Cattleman’s Association.
Alphonas Alexander, of Madison, was appointed by Governor Crist in March 2010 and he represents the Upper Suwannee River Basin.
Alexander holds a Bachelor of Science degree in animal science from Florida A&M University. He serves as an independent contractor for The Forestry Company, of Perry, and is a member of the Forestry Stewardship program and the Florida Forestry Association.
Donald “Ray” Curtis III, of Perry, was appointed by Governor Charlie Crist in March 2010. Curtis represents the Coastal River Basin.
Curtis is an attorney with Howard & Curtis, P.A. in Perry. He received his Juris Doctorate from Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville after earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration, with a minor in agricultural law, from the University of Florida.
Curtis serves as a member of the City of Perry Zoning and Planning Board and the City of Perry Board of Adjustment. Currently he is chair of the City of Perry Code Enforcement Board.