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Greg Bowman

President of NABCO Electric Company
gbowman@nabcoelectric.com

Greg Bowman is the son of founder Nickey A. Bowman, and has been at NABCO since 1981, after graduating from Samford University. Greg has served on the board of East Tennessee Chapter of NECA for over 20 years; he has also served on the Council of Industrical Relations or CIR and on the NFPA National Electric code panel for NECA. Greg has also been involved with IMSA for traffic signal work and he has been involved in NABCO’s safety program since its inception over 20 years ago. Greg has managed projects in the industrial field such as TVA, VW, Dupont, Invista, MckeeFoods, ADM, and many transportation projects throughout Southeast, USA.

Greg after being married for more than 30 years has the privilege of enjoying his grandchildren with his wife. Greg is a member of WPBC for over 25 years and has been privileged to see many missionaries go out to share the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.


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Wes Bowman

Vice President of NABCO Electric Company
Wbowman@nabcoelectric.com

Wes is son of NABCO’s founder Nickey A. Bowman. Wes has been leading NABCO since 1983. Wes' field training began during the summers when he was a student in Chattanooga's Baylor School. He went on to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville where he earned a B.S. Degree in Business Management. Wes is also a licensed journeyman electrician with four years apprentice training and has successfully completed NECA’s Estimating and Computer Estimation Schools.

Wes is happily married with five children; he is a Vol for Life (VFL), and during football season he can often be found at Neyland Stadium with family and friends raising the decibel levels. Wes is also an active member of Woodland Park Baptist Church and serves in student ministry as a small group leader as well as an elder of the Church since 2010. Wes also enjoys partnering with local and international missionaries as well as participating in short-term missions trips to make disciples of Jesus across the globe.