Commissioner Ray Edwin Mosley was born in Bulloch County and has resided here his entire life. He married Odean Smart of Allendale, South Carolina in November of 1983. The couple has two children, LaRae and Andrew. The family attends Banks Creek Primitive Baptist Church, where Mr. Mosley serves as the Chairman of the Deacon Ministry.
Mr. Mosley has spent more than 30 years in the manufacturing industry. He currently works for Brodie Meter LLC as a Manufacturing Engineer. He is also a member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. In his free time, Mr. Mosley enjoys reading, mentoring youth, gardening, cooking, serving as a handyman for the elderly, and participating in community projects.
Commissioner Mosley presently serves as the American Red Cross Minority Recruitment Blood Drive Chairman for Bulloch County, where his primary function is to recruit minority groups to help sponsor and/or participate in local blood drives. He also serves on the board of directors for many organizations, including; United Way of Southeast Georgia, Ogeechee Area Hospice, and Homebound Services. He also serves on the Board for the Coastal Georgia Regional Development Board and has served on the Bulloch County Planning and Zoning Commission.
Mr. Mosley’s personal mission statement is to “Live and work in a manner that will impact those around him in a positive way.” By living with this mission in mind, Mr. Mosley has become the recipient of the “Dean Day Smith Service to Mankind Award.” He ran “A Bike For Success,” a program focused on providing bikes for children in 1st through the 8th grade who improve their grades in school. Mr. Mosley has helped community members find affordable housing, has constructed handicap ramps for seniors, and has helped to weatherize senior’s homes.
Commissioner Ray Mosley is available to the Citizens of Bulloch County whenever he can be of assistance. Mr. Mosley can be reached by telephone at (912) 764-0144 or by mail at P.O. Box 347, Statesboro, Georgia 30459.