New Far West Region - Dr. Claybon Lea, Vice President

October 3, 2012

President Julius Scruggs announced the creation of the new Far West Region, and Dr. Claybon Lea was appointed Regional Vice President.  The Far West Region consists of a subset of states that were formerly part of the Western Region.  The former Western Region spanned so large a geographic area that it was impractical to manage efficiently.  

The current six regional structure is as follows:

Northeast Region presently constituted by the following states and territories: Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Rhode Island, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Vermont.

Southeast Region presently constituted by the following states and territories: Florida,Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.

Southwest Region presently constituted by the following states and territories: Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas.

Mid-West Region presently constituted by the following states and territories: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin, W. Virginia, and Minnesota.

Western Region presently constituted by the following states and territories:  Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico and Oklahoma. 

Far West Region presently constituted by the following states and territories:  Alaska, Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah and Washington. 

 

 

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