(Board Member since 1987; re-election year is 2024)
PO Box 141
Calhan, CO 80808-0141
Mathis worked for Farmers State Bank of Calhan in various positions ranging from Agricultural Fieldman to Senior Vice President prior to becoming President in 1986. He held the position of President until he retired in 2001 after working more than 30 years. Prior to joining the Bank, he worked for Douglas County Grain Company as Manager, and worked for the USDA-FFIA as Assistant County Supervisor and County Supervisor in offices at Fort Collins and Burlington. Mathis received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture from CSU and is a graduate of The Colorado School of Banking. Mathis and his wife, Mary, have 2 grown children and three grandchildren.
Memberships & Community Service
Past president of Calhan Lions Club, Past Master of Ramah Masonic Lodge #165, and is a member of Grace Community Church, Falcon, Colorado.
Member of the Board of Directors of Mountain View Electric Association, Inc. since 1987 and is currently serving as Secretary-Treasurer of MVEA and past chairman of the MVEA Educational Committee. He has completed the course work for the Certified Cooperative Director as well as the Board Leadership certification and Director Gold. Mathis has served on the Board of Directors of Western United Electric Supply Corporation and served on the Board of Farmers State Bank of Calhan for over 30 years. He served two terms on the Calhan Town Council and is a past director of the Independent Bankers of Colorado.
Statement of Position:
“It is extremely important for MVEA to be operated in a financially responsible manner with a goal of providing reliable electrical service at the lowest possible rates. MVEA must be postured to utilize renewable energy to the extent possible and feasible as well as promoting energy efficiency to help conserve and protect our environment. Technology has become an important item in the areas served by MVEA and anything that can be done to promote broadband should be considered. I believe my experience in Banking and serving on the MVEA Board help to meet these ideals.”