Sandy Thomas Lewis, a native of Moore County, has announced her candidacy for Assessor of Property. She is a 1998 graduate of Moore County High School, a 2001 graduate of Motlow College and a 2004 graduate of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with a major in Finance.
While working as an accountant for Calsonic Kansei North America, Inc., Lewis had a working relationship with the Bedford County and Marshall County assessor offices. She was responsible for the maintenance of capital assets, which included tracking of depreciation. Lewis was also responsible for filing local and out-of-state personal property tax schedules and was involved with mandatory state audits of those filings.
She is married to Faron Lewis and they have one daughter, Julia. Sandy is the daughter of Glen and Betty Thomas and daughter-in-law of Randall and Bonnie Lewis, all of Lynchburg.
“Since running for this office four years ago, I have gained a great deal of experience in work related to the duties required of the assessor’s office. If given the chance to serve this community I intend to be fair, honest and courteous to all. In the months leading up to the election, I look forward to making my way around the county to ask for your vote,” said Lewis.
“I would consider it an honor to serve the people of Metropolitan Moore County as your Assessor of Property and I ask for your support and vote in the upcoming August 2nd election,” added Lewis.