The Peninsula Tractor Organization Executive Board is made up five officers, President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and Safety Officer. In addition, there are three Directors who are elected for a three year term.

President

Richard Dryden – Grew up in and around the Pocomoke, Maryland area helping in his father’s sawmill business. Most recently, Richard has retired from T & W Block, Inc. where he was employed as Production Manager for 19 years. .  … Read More

Vice-President

Josh Lattimore – Josh is an Eastern Shore Native, currently residing in Franktown VA. After graduating from Northampton County Public Schools, he went on to receive his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia. Post-graduation in 2000 Josh returned to … Read More

Secretary

Laurie Dryden – Laurie grew up on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, daughter of a 6th generation farmer in Northampton County. After graduating from Northampton County Public Schools, she went on to receive her Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from … Read More

Treasurer

Ronald Rowe – Narrative:             I believe in being an active and supportive team member in anything I do. Education:             1973 Graduate of Northampton High School             1974 Eastern Shore Community College, Welding Class             Continuing Education:                         Waste … Read More

Safety Officer

Josh Drummond – I was born and raised on the Eastern Shore of Virginia helping my grandfather farm his land and pick the produce. Later on in life, my parents opened their own seafood restaurant called Big’s Place in Painter, … Read More

Director

Marshall Cox – Marshall Cox has been a commercial fisherman for 51 years. During that time, Marshall has held many positions on various commissions and boards in addition to his career. These positions past and present include: Presently president Lower … Read More

Director

“Red” Godsey – Winston or “Red” as he is better known grew up on a farm in Boston, VA, an area between Pungoteaque and Craddockville, VA during the 1940’s. These were the last years that corn was cultivated with a … Read More

Director

Tom Taylor – Tom grew up in Willis Wharf and Craddockville, VA where he still resides with his wife and three children. He is a graduate of Northampton High School and Virginia Tech, where he earned a B.S. in Agricultural … Read More