Elected Experience: None
Other Professional Experience: Honorably Discharged, 4-year, Naval Personnelman, Vietnam Era Veteran; and 27-year Federal Civil Servant.
Education: Attended, University of Maryland; Saint Leo College; and Central Texas College.
Community Service: Member, St. Anne's Episcopal Church; Member, Pioneer Women’s Club; Donor and Volunteer, Rotary International; Supporter, Omak Performing Arts Center and Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus.
Statement: We have seen too many votes from our current representative that absolutely hurt children and families. Living in Omak, I see the need to restore economic vitality to rural communities by doing the necessary economic development-work to turn around this endless recession hitting communities.
I will work to ensure public schools and the support systems around them are strong for all children. My work to turn around this economy will bring reliable private sector jobs. Together, we can reverse the gradual decline; improve our communities and our quality of life for families and the future of rural Washington.