The Ayden Finance Department is responsible for budget review, general ledger administration, payroll allocation, accounts payable allocation, purchasing, and billing/collections. The Finance Department operates Monday - Friday, 8:30 am-5:00 pm.
Rob Taylor - Finance Director
The finance director is responsible for review of a $20 million budget, town cash flow administration, purchasing oversight, billing/collection oversight, and various other finance functions.
Jessica H. Curry- Senior Accounting Technician
Jessica Curry started with the Town of Ayden as the Senior Accounting Technician in July of 2016. She is originally from Grimesland, NC, and she was raised in Blounts Creek, NC. In 2012, Jessica graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Management Accounting. In 2006, she began tutoring children in math, and she continued this at ECU where she worked and volunteered as a business and math tutor for the Pirate Tutoring Center and the Athletic Department until 2013. In 2013, she graduated from East Carolina University with a Master of Science in Accounting. She has previously worked in public accounting, government accounting, nonprofit accounting, and private accounting with her most recent role being the Controller for multiple construction corporations located in and around Greenville and Raleigh, NC.
Jessica can be reached at (252) 481-5830 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teressa Blount - Payroll and Accounting Tech.
Teressa has been employed with the Town since June 1992. Teressa is responsible for payroll and accounts payable functions as well as human resource records.
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Customer Service Representatives
Temika Williams - Senior CSR - Employed Since 1999
Lucia Marquez-Henning - CSR - Employed Since 2014
Reginald Dixon - CSR - Employed Since 2016
Customer Service Reps. can be reached at
Neighbor to Neighbor Program
Our Neighbor to Neighbor program meets local needs by providing funds to assist low income families in Pitt County with their heating bills. It's a voluntary program, supported through Ayden Utilities customers' tax-deductible contributions. Ayden matches all contrubitions, up to $4,000 per year. The Neighbor to Neighbor program is a partnership between Ayden and Pitt County Department of Social Services (DSS). DSS screens applicants, determines egilibility and distributes the funds (up to $200/year per eligible household) during the heating season, December - March. Funds are used to pay for all types of heating fuels (kerosene, oil, natural gas, electric heat, etc). Sign up is easy and convenient. Contrubutions can be as little as $1 a month. 100% of your contrubution is used to assist families. The amount of your contrubution can be added to your monthly utility bill and you can start and stop at any time. You can also make a lump sum donation by check or cash. For more information, please call our business office at 252-481-5823.