ALEXANDRIA, Tenn. -- The DeKalb Telephone Cooperative, Inc. d/b/a DTC Communications Board of Directors appointed Brian Alexander to fill the unexpired term of his deceased brother, Michael Alexander, continuing the family's service to the cooperative.
Alexander joins the 10-member board responsible for overseeing the cooperative.
"We've lived in and been serving people in the DTC area for all of our lives," Alexander says. "Growing up locally, we've met many people and made great friends along the way. I want to continue our family's history of service and fulfill my brother's commitment to the members of DTC Communications."
Alexander serves in the Woodbury area as a rural mail carrier. He started his career with the US Postal Service in 1998.
He is a graduate of Cannon County High School. Alexander and his wife, Andrea, have been married for 18 years and have two sons: Braxten, 15; and Andrew, 8.
Now, Alexander hopes to continue the dedication his brother gave to the DTC board, employees, and members.
"I really appreciate the opportunity the DTC board has given me to complete my brother's elected term. He loved representing the Woodbury community and serving all of the members of the cooperative."
Michael Alexander, 53, died from injuries he received in an automobile accident on January 11 in Cannon County. Just more than a year remains of his board term.
DTC Communications is a member-owned telecommunications cooperative established in 1951. The cooperative provides communication, entertainment, and security products and services to residential and business customers, primarily throughout Middle Tennessee.