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Tammy Stempel: Tammy is a 28-year resident of Gladstone. From the beginning, she has firmly believed that it takes a village to preserve our community, and to that end has stepped in and volunteered every chance she had. She has served on the Gladstone Planning Commission for 14 years, the past three as chair, budget committee, traffic safety committee, library advisory group, Portland Ave. revitalization group, police/city hall building group and helps with the police department and fire department when asked. Regionally she serves on the Clackamas County Economic Development Commission, the Development Liaison and Transportation Advisory Committees. She is married to Gladstone Fire Fighter/Dive Rescue Lt. Kirk Stempel, has a 22-year old daughter Halley, and a 16-year old son Christian. Tammy is currently the principal of Black Mountain Consulting LLC, a professional services firm specializing in environmental consulting, engineering, sustainability, project development and policy integration. She is also the owner of the Simply Sweet Food Company, creating sugar-free/no-sugar added/low sugar baking mixes.
Kim Sieckmann: Councilor Sieckmann has been a resident since 1983, he served as the Planning Commission Vice-Chair and was on the Planning Commission for over 13 years. He is a semi-retired small business owner. While Kim and his wife raised their family here in Gladstone, he coached almost every youth sport available. Camping, snowmobiling, boating and quading with family and friends is his enjoyment. Over the years Kim has worked with the Gladstone Juvenile Diversion Panel, Gladstone Community Festival, Gladstone Youth Coalition and Gladstone National Night Out Against Crime. Kim is the liaison to public works, civic and business community.
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Steve Johnson: Councilor Johnson is the President of Western Systems, Inc., an information technologies consulting firm. He is the liaison to the Library Board and co-liaison to the Parks and Recreation Board. He also serves as Gladstone’s representative to the Clackamas County Regional Wastewater Committee and the North Clackamas County Water Commission. A 25 year resident of Gladstone, Councilor Johnson was elected in November of 2014.
Neal Reisner: Currently teaching for Beaverton School District after working in law enforcement and security for over twenty years. He has also volunteered in the community as a youth baseball and football coach, past member of the Gladstone School Board, Chairman of the Gladstone Planning Commission, Gladstone Parks and Recreation member, and Budget Committee member. Neal has graduated from Clackamas Community College with an Associate’s degree, Eastern Oregon University with a Bachelor’s degree, and Portland State University with a Master’s degree in Education. He and his wife have been married for 33 years and have lived in Gladstone the past 25 years.
Patrick McMahon: Councilor McMahon has been a resident of Gladstone since 1997. He was a firefighter for the city until 2010, and is currently a volunteer for the Gladstone School District and the Gladstone Senior Center. Councilor McMahon was elected to the city council in November of 2014. He is the council liaison to the fire department, senior center, and Rinearson Pond project. Pat works for Portland Fire & Rescue as a lieutenant at their Lents fire station. Pat enjoys selling pumpkins in October and being the lead reindeer in the Gladstone Santa & the Mack Christmas event.
Thomas Mersereau: Proactive, results oriented manager and engineer with over thirty years of progressive experience in manufacturing, quality, environmental and safety with expertise in facilitating teams, capital appropriation, project implementation, debugging and critique of results.