Jerry Dofflemyer

Vice Chair


Director since July 2019
Current term: 2019 to 2023
Vice Chair; Finance Committee; Strategic Planning Committee

A lifelong Page County resident, Jerry Dofflemyer represents Page/Shenandoah/Warren counties on the Board of Directors. He was elected in 2019 and has served as secretary-treasurer, member of the finance committee for three years and chairman for two years of the governance and strategic planning committee. Currently, he is vice chairman of the board. Jerry has achieved the highest level of training for board directors offered by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Director Gold.

Jerry was a seasonal park ranger in Shenandoah National Park (SNP) for 20 years, where he enjoyed offering advice and information to visitors on how to fully enjoy the park’s natural and cultural resources. Previously, he was vice president of Luray Motor Company (Ford dealership) and E.N. Hershberger Co. (Texaco distributorship). Jerry currently works on special projects for Delaware North, a food service and hospitality contractor for SNP. He has also raised beef cattle and manages two car washes and a short-term rental.

He is a graduate of Madison College, now James Madison University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in business administration. After serving on the Luray Planning Commission for three years and the Town Council for five years, he was elected mayor of Luray in 2020. He has also been president of the Luray/Page Chamber of Commerce, Luray Jaycees, and Caverns Shrine Club. Jerry has been an active member of Main Street Baptist Church for over 50 years, where he has been a deacon and chairman of the finance committee. A member of Lafayette Lodge #137, he has coached soccer, basketball, and Little League and served on the youth baseball league's board. He is a member of the Luray Park Board and a charter member of the Luray/Hawksbill Greenway Foundation.

Jerry lives in Luray with his wife, Nora. They have a son, Nathan, who is a police sergeant.