Mayor Mark Massee

Mayor Massee won the mayor's seat in the fall of 2011 after serving two years on the City Council.  He was re-elected in the fall of 2013 to the four-year term he is currently serving.

Mayor Massee is a life-long resident of Fitzgerald and has been actively involved in community leadership for three decades.  He is past president of the Fitzgerald-Ben Hill County Chamber of Commerce and the Fitzgerald Jaycees, and he was named one of Five Outstanding Young Georgians for 1987-88 by the Georgia Jaycees.  The Mayor is also a director of the Wiregrass Georgia Technical College North Foundation and the Fitzgerald-Ben Hill County Habitat for Humanity affiliate.  Mr. Massee is a director and vice-chariman of Colony Bankcorp, Inc., a publicly-traded bank holding company, as well as being a director of Colony Bank of Fitzgerald.

Mayor Massee is President of Massee Builders, Inc., a highly successful building construction firm for more than thirty years. The Mayor attended Ben Hill County public schools prior to receiving a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management from the Georgia Institute of Technology.  He is married to the former Sherry Cumby of Ocilla.   The Massees have three children and three grand-children.  Mr. Massee is a member of Central United Methodist Church where he teaches Sunday School and sings in the Chancel Choir.

The Mayor's office is located at 302 East Central Avenue, and he can be reached at 229-426-5036.