Counte Cooley has been named to the Georgia State Construction Industry Licensing Board: Division of Low Voltage Contracts by Governor Nathan Deal. The Board serves to safeguard the public against faulty, inadequate, insufficient or unsafe electrical, plumbing, conditioned air or low-voltage contracting, installation or repair.
The swearing-in ceremony took place on September 9, 2011 at the State Capitol.
Cooley has been a low voltage contractor since 1958 and is president and owner of Electronic Sales Company. He has served as president and director of the Georgia Burglar and Fire Alarm Association and has served as vice president of the Electronic Security Association. Recently, Cooley was involved in chartering the new Georgia Electronic Life Safety and Systems Association (GELSSA).
Cooley and his wife, Jackie, are co-founders of the foundation "For Her Glory,” which provides wigs and other items to cancer patients who cannot financially secure these products. They reside in Gainesville, Georgia and have three sons and three grandsons.
For additional information about Counte Cooley, this Board, or Electronic Sales Company, please contact 770-532-3334 or visit http://www.electronicsalesco.com/.