He will fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Jeff S. Pierce Jr. of Warner Robins, who retired from the Co-op’s board after 47 years of service. Braski will represent Area VII, Post 1 – City of Warner Robins on the Board. Inside Warner Robins, Post 2 is currently held by Paul Hibbitts and Post 3 is held by Arthur Head.
Braski is the Owner and Operator of two Chick-fil-A restaurant locations in Warner Robins, one on Watson Blvd. and the other on Hwy. 96. Fully immersed in community service, he is a Eucharistic minister, youth leader and retreat coordinator for Sacred Heart Church. In addition, he coaches basketball for Sacred Heart School. Braski is the Legacy of Lights Show Coordinator for Habitat for Humanity and is involved with his entire family in the Houston County 4-H.
A 1987 graduate of Columbus State University, Braski also attended the University of Georgia in Athens. Outside of work, Braski is a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and is very active in the lives and activities of his family. He and his wife of 24 years, Christine have five children: Mallory, Margo, Kevin, Clare and Colleen.
Braski put his Political Science degree to work soon after college serving as a Congressional intern in the summer of 1987. Prior to his Chick-fil-A experience, he worked for The Prudential and New York Life Insurance companies.
Braski was seated by the Board of Directors during a specially-called meeting on May 1. He will serve until the regular Flint Annual Meeting in October at which time his name will be on the ballot for election by the members.
About Flint Energies
Celebrating its 75th year of service in 2012 (incorporated in 1937), Flint Energies (flintenergies.com) is a not-for-profit member-owned electric cooperative that provides energy services to residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural members in parts of 17 central Georgia counties. The Flint Appliance Center on South Houston Lake Road in Warner Robins carries a complete line of major home appliances, featuring GE Energy Star products. Flint has 240 employees and serves more than 84,700 meters. Flint's physical plant consists of more than 6,418 miles of distribution line and 50 substations located within Bibb, Chattahoochee, Crawford, Dooly, Harris, Houston, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Muscogee, Peach, Schley, Sumter, Taylor, Talbot, Twiggs and Upson Counties. The system also includes the Museum of Aviation at Robins Air Force Base and the Fort Benning military post. Flint is the eighth largest of Georgia's 42 EMCs and the 36th largest of the nation's nearly 1,000 rural electric cooperatives.