Neill Lindley is a native of Chatham County. He and his wife Cori live and work on the farm where he was born and raised. Neill was educated in the Chatham County school system and NC State University. They have three children and one grandchild. Neill is a fourth generation dairy farmer. In 2006, he transitioned the farm to organic to become the only organic dairy in Chatham County. Lindale Farms is also home to a goat dairy and poultry operation. Working together with his father and son, they continue their family’s commitment to the environment.

Neill is a lifelong member of South Fork Friends Quaker Meeting. He is a Sunday school teacher and Elder. He serves as a mission team member in various states for disaster relief with North Carolina Friends Disaster Services.

He is a past President of the Silk Hope Ruritan Club and current Vice President. Neill is Co-chair of the Old Fashion Farmers Day Event which is in its 43rd year. Neill serves on the board of Chatham Trades in Siler City.

He is committed to the people of Chatham County, Family Values and Environmental Stewardship.

Quality of life in Chatham County is an attainable goal. Establishing goals to ensure our future generations have quality of life is the key.