Jace A. Goodling


Jace Goodling has served as a Director for Central Virginia Electric Cooperative since May 2003. He and his wife, Louise, have two sons, Atlee and Clarke, and live on a 25-acre farm in Afton. He is a lifelong resident of Albemarle and Nelson Counties, graduated from Washington and Lee University, and has been residing in Afton for the last 30 years. Working in the residential housing industry for the last 25 years, he is the owner of Goodling Enterprises, LLC, providing project management and oversight services for residential construction and renovation projects. When the housing industry sags, Mr. Goodling operates "Goat Busters", a green, environmentally sensitive brush clearing business utilizing his herds of Kiko goats.

Mr. Goodling has served as President of the Nelson County Home Builders' Association for many years, and has served as a Nelson County representative on the Board of Directors of the Thomas Jefferson Housing Improvement Corporation (now the Piedmont Housing Coalition).

Mr. Goodling earned his certification as a Rural Electric Board Director from the National Rural

Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).