Chris Seibert has served on the City Council since 2012 and currently serves as our president pro tem.
He was born in Union Hill in western Limestone County and graduated from West Limestone High School. Chris is a veteran of the United States Air Force, serving as an active-duty officer from 1998-2005. He has been involved in commercial medical devices since 2005, serving in various roles including, sales, management and product development. Chris currently serves as vice president of Business Development for Titan Medical, a robotic surgical company.
Chris received his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama and is a U of Alabama football Letterman. He has a master's in HR from the University of Oklahoma and an MBA from the University of South Alabama.
Chris has been an active member of the community as a youth football, baseball, soccer and basketball coach. He is a member of First United Methodist Church of Athens having served on the Church Council and on various committees during his membership. Chris is a member of the First and Ten Club of Alabama and the Athens Rotary Club.
He is married to Tiffany Davis Seibert and they have two sons, Brock and Ben.
Known contact information for Chris Seibert from Athens, AL.
- Official Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Known educational history for Chris Seibert from Athens, AL.
- BA, History, University of Alabama
- MBA, University of South Alabama
Known political history for Chris Seibert from Athens, AL.
- Candidate, Alabama State Senate, District 1, 2014
- Member, Athens City Council
Known professional history for Chris Seibert from Athens, AL.
- Captain, United States Air Force, Retired
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