By Rob Morris on December 13, 2012
The town’s Board of Commissioners voted unanimously on the selection at its Monday meeting.
A resident of Kill Devil Hills since 1994, Pitt served on the town Board of Commissioners from 1997 to 2005.
He has been active in numerous community causes, including Food For Thought and Interfaith Community Outreach. He was also on the first board that organized and built the Outer Banks Family YMCA.
Pitt retired as an officer from the Navy after a 30-year career. He then worked in logistics and engineering services and provided support to NASA’s International Space Station.
Woodard was sworn in as a member of the Dare County Board of Commissioners earlier this month.
Photo courtesy of The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce.