Driver services commissioner applauds reappointment of board members

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Commissioner Spencer R. Moore, Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS), is pleased to announce the reappointment of DDS Board of Directors’ Members Bob Pierce, Cobb County Superior Court, and Britt Fleck, Georgia Power, by Governor Nathan Deal. Both had previously been appointed to fill the unexpired terms of past DDS Board Members.  With this reappointment, both will serve four-year terms on the DDS Board.

 “Both Bob and Britt have proven to be accomplished DDS Board Members, bringing two unique perspectives to our Agency’s mission,” said Commissioner Moore.  “I look forward to our continued work on many DDS technology-based customer service enhancements.” 

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Bob Pierce, Board of Driver Services (Reappointment)

Pierce is the public relations and special projects coordinator for the Cobb County Superior Court. He retired from the Cobb County Police Department after 30 years of service. Pierce is the founder and president of the Cobb Police Foundation, sits on the executive board for the Cobb County Fraternal Order of Police, and is an honorary member of the Cobb County Bar Association. Pierce was named Officer of the Year by the Cobb County Fraternal Order of Police in 2005 and 2015, and earned the Distinguished Service Award from the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce in 2012. He has two children and six grandchildren. Pierce resides in Powder Springs.

 

Britt Fleck, Board of Driver Services (Reappointment)

Fleck is the region manager for Georgia Power’s Metro West Region, managing operations for five counties and approximately 175,000 customers.  She sits on the Boards of Directors for both the Cobb Chamber of Commerce and Cobb’s Competitive EDGE. Fleck is a member of the Kennesaw State University (KSU) President’s Advisory Committee and sits on the KSU Foundation Board of Trustees.  Fleck earned a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Engineering from the University of Georgia and a master’s degree in Business Administration from KSU.  Fleck and her husband, John, have three children and reside in Gwinnett County.