My wife and I bought our home in 2009.
Ward 4 – Melody Drive and 99th Avenue
Northglenn has a small, hometown feeling; it allows one to feel connected and be involved in the community.
I hold a Master’s Degree in social work from New Mexico Highlands University. I retired from Adams 12 in 2011.
My wife Deborah Esquibel Hunt holds a PhD from the University of Utah. As my mother-in-law would say, "Two social workers deserve each other.”
I volunteered for the US Army in 1966. Little did I know that would follow me for the rest of my life. I've continued to volunteer in all the communities I've lived in - too many to mention. I continue to do so right here in Northglenn and Adams County. After my time in the military, I worked for Philip Morris as a production supervisor. I also owned a business in New Mexico. In 1991 I was elected to the school board in Las Vegas, N.M. and served two terms. In 1996 I was appointed by Governor Gary Johnson to serve as Magistrate Judge in San Miguel County, N.M.
I enjoy the challenge and believe in giving back to the community that I live and work in.
I am a fiscal conservative so I would like to see Phase I of the Civic Center Master Plan be completed on time and on budget. The Marketplace is a top priority for me because that location is not producing the tax revenue that it should or is capable of.
Completion of the N Line and partnering with Adams County to address our homeless and mental health issues.