In this file photo, John Culpepper holds his hat over his heart during the recitation of the Lord's Prayer during a memorial service for Confederate soldier John Ingraham in 2010. Culpepper has been reappointed to the Georgia Civil War Commission.Photo by Jake Daniels /Chattanooga Times Free Press.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has reappointed John Culpepper, city manager of Chickamauga, Ga., to the Georgia Civil War Commission, according to a news release.
Culpepper has been Chickamauga city manager for 32 years and has served as chairman of the Georgia Civil War Commission for four years, the release stated.
He is a board member of the Walker County Historic Preservation Commission and Friends of Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park.
He also is founder of the Chickamauga Campaign Heritage Trail and the co-chair for Tri-State Civil War 150th Commemoration Association, the release stated.
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