Curt Cobb
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Curt Cobb

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American politician

Tennessee

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Curt Cobb

American politician
Summary
Experience
49
Years of Age
7
Years of Experience
TNResidence (state)

Curt Cobb (born December 28, 1971) is an American politician and served as a Democratic member of the Tennessee House of Representatives for the 62nd district, which encompasses Bedford County and parts of Lincoln County and Rutherford County. Curt Cobb began his service in the 103rd Tennessee General Assembly. Curt Cobb was a member of the House Commerce Committee, the House Health and Human Resources Committee, and the Joint Business Tax Committee. He also served as chair of the House Small Business Subcommittee. In addition, he was a member of the Shelbyville Zoning Commission.Curt Cobb operated Cobb Realty and Auction, LLC, until it merged into Rowland & Cobb Realtors. He works as both a real estate broker and auctioneer. He graduated from Shelbyville Central High School. He obtained his Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronic Engineering Technology from ITT Technical Institute. In 2009, Cobb resigned from his House seat, in his fourth term, to serve as Bedford County Clerk and Master (court clerk).

Experience

Education

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ITT Technical Institute
AAS Electronic Engineering Technology
Bethel College

Past Positions

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Representative
Tennessee State House
2002 - 2009
Owner
Cobb Realty and Auction, Limited Liability Company
Principle Broker
Prudential Rowland and Cobb Real Estate

Other Experience

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Experience
National Wild Turkey Federation
Experience
Middle Tennessee Association of Realtors
Experience
Ducks Unlimited
Experience
Masonic Lodge
Experience
Farm Bureau Bedford County
Experience
Fayetteville-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce
Experience
Shelbyville-Bedford County Chamber of Commerce
Member
Edgemont Baptist Church
Experience
Shelbyville Historic Zoning Commission
Member
Joint Fiscal Review Committee
Member
Joint Business Tax Committee