Staff / Board Members

The Industrial Development Board of Lawrence County, Alabama is a non profit organization funded to encourage industrial growth within the county. The five-member Board consists of five volunteer board members and a two-member office staff. The board is appointed by the county’s state senator, state representative and the Lawrence County Commission.

Board Members

  • Kenneth Brackins, Chairman
  • Ott Sanderson, Vice-Chairman
  • Marshall Carter
  • Jeff Britnell, Secretary
  • Ricky Knouff, Treasurer
Office Staff 


    Tony Stockton, Executive Director

    Tony Stockton was recently hired as the new Executive Director for the Lawrence County Industrial Development Board. He is a graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Education.  Mr. Stockton recently retired from Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company with 26 years of experience.  More information will be available soon.  Click here to send Tony an e-mail.



    Tabitha Pace, Office Manager
    Tabitha Pace has served as office manager of the LCIDB for thirteen years, beginning August 1998.  Mrs. Pace is a 1994 graduate of Lawrence County High School, received a B.B.A. degree in Management of Technology from Athens State University, and also graduated from Wallace State College with an associate's degree in Health Information Management.  Tabitha completed the intensive economic development training course at Auburn University and became certified as a Business Retention and Expansion Consultant (2005-2008) by Business Retention & Expansion International.  She is also involved with Lawrence County's Youth Leadership Program and the Agriculture Initiative Career Day Program.  Tabitha and her husband, Wayne, reside in Lawrence County with their two children, Wyatt and LeAnne.  She attends Moulton Church of Christ and enjoys scrapbooking, shopping, swimming, and spending time with her children. 
    Click here to send Tabitha an e-mail.

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"Lawrence County stands at the threshold of innovation—with scientific advancements and research being conducted at our fine private and public entities, our great State continues to open doors to discovery. Alabama is well poised to deliver scientific and economic benefits well into the next century."

PO Box 367
12001 Alabama Highway 157
Moulton, AL 35650
(256) 974-2899
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