Mayor Dofflemyer began serving as the Mayor of Luray in January 2021. He was appointed to the Town Council in March 2015, elected by special election in November 2015, and served on Town Council until December 2020. He also served on the planning commission for two years. Mayor Dofflemyer was elected to the Board of /director of the Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative in 2019 and currently serves as the Board Secretary-Treasurer. He is a graduate of James Madison University and a member of Main Street Baptist Church, served as a deacon and chairman of the Finance Committee. Jerry is a past president of the Luray Jaycees, Caverns Shrine Club, and a past president, treasurer, and board member of the Luray/Page Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Masonic Lodge and a charter member and former vice-chairman of the Luray/ Hawksbill Greenway Foundation. Jerry has been a Cub master of Cub Scout Pack 55, an assistant Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 89 & 289, and coached Recreation League Soccer and Little League Baseball, also serving on the Little League Baseball Board of Directors. He has been honored by the Luray Rotary Club as a Paul Harris Fellow and also served on the B.B.&T. Bank Page County Advisory Board. He has been employed by Luray Motor Co., E.N. Hershberger Co., Shenandoah National Park, and Delaware North at Shenandoah Parks. A native and lifelong resident of Luray, he is married to Nora Dofflemyer, an MRI Technologist at Fauquier Memorial Hospital. Together they operate Pass Mountain Rentals, West End Carwash, and the Gleam Machine Carwash in Stanley. Their son, Nathan, graduated from West Virginia University in 2016 with a degree in criminology and The Shenandoah Valley Institute of Criminal Justice. He is a Sergeant with the Luray Police Department.