Carroll Williams is a native of Dodge County. He is a 1976 graduate of Dodge County High School, Eastman, Georgia. Carroll spent seven and a half years with a local building supply business. He was in outside and contractor sales. He was promoted to store manager, a position he held for the last three years of his employment there. He worked one year as an estimator with a site work company. He has been with our company since 1987. Carroll is active in his church. He is happily married to his wife, Jan, and they have two daughters, Jena and Jessie and one granddaughter, Madeline.
Elaine is a native of Montezuma, Georgia. She is a 1969 graduate of Macon County High School and a 1973 graduate of the University of Georgia. She received a BBA degree, majoring in Accounting. Elaine is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Georgia Society of CPA’s. She has six years of experience in public accounting. Elaine was the controller for a restaurant and motel franchise group that operated businesses in five Southeastern States for twelve years. She was awarded Employee of the Year and Manager of the Year while associated with them. She is past president and charter member of the Vidalia Charter Chapter of American Business Women’s Association. Elaine joined our company in 1998. She and her husband, Travis, are very active in their church.
Stacey P. Turbyfill, General Superintendent
Stacey is 1990 graduate of Metter High School. He has been employed in construction and supervision since 1999. He and his wife Debra live in Cobbtown, Georgia. He is NCCER Certified in Carpentry, Iron, Scaffold, Rebar, Journeyman & Instructor/Evaluator. He is also certified by OSHA 10/ OSHA 30, BRAND AND EXCELL SCAFFOLD. He was a 2011 ABC Craft Professional of the Year and holds a TWIC Card. He and Debra have children and grandchildren who keep them very busy. They are active members in their church in Collins, Georgia.
Fred Bacon, Job Superintendent
Fred is a native of Toombs County, where he graduated from Lyons Senior High School. Fred began his career in the construction trade after serving in the United States Navy. He has been employed as a Project Manager for more than 13 years, and has also served in the capacity of Building Inspector/Special Projects Manager for the City of Vidalia. He is heavily involved in the community where he volunteers with many civic organizations and special events. Fred joined our team here at Harry Moses in March of 2003.
Our superintendents are responsible for the daily field operations of our company. They have an average of over 10 years experience with our company. It is their responsibility to oversee the safety of all employees and subcontractors on a daily basis, to make sure that company standards are met, and to represent our company to our customers and subcontractors as they direct our employees on their respective jobsites.