Melissa is a resident of Clarksville and native of Montgomery County. Eldridge is the youngest of six children born to Hoover and the late Gladys Eldridge. Eldridge grew up on her family farm in Montgomery County. She takes pride in the principles her parents taught her integrity, good work ethics, and respect.
Melissa is a USAF veteran, retired physical therapist assistant and a small business owner of, 1-On-1 Care Matters. Her company services veterans and seniors with disabilities. Eldridge currently serves on the Personal Support Service Agency Advisory Committee for Tennessee Association of Home Care; Clarksville Advisory Board of Directors, for the Tennessee Department of Human Services Division of Rehabilitation; Steward Pro Tem St Paul AME Church, Oakwood and a graduate of Leadership Clarksville class of 2003.
In order to get our community the resources we need, please complete your 2020 Census. We need the funding in our neighborhoods for schools, sidewalks and roadways. Our children need us to advocate for their safety, when going for an education.
Ward 5 needs an advocate who is committed and not afraid to fight for our community's resources. Your vote is important on November 3, 2020!
I am committed to be an Advocate, working for Ward 5 and addressing my constituents concerns. I will develop the necessary relationships with city officials to maintain and keep Ward 5 moving forward.
We need your help to take care of our community. Let Melissa know your concerns.
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