City of St. Johns, Arizona
Mayor and Council
Mayor Ryan Patterson
(Term Expires November 2020)

 

Vice Mayor Spence Udall
(Term Expires November 2020)
Councilmember Tony Lindsey

(Term Expires November 2020)

Councilmember Pete Hancock
(Term Expires November 2018)
Councilmember Kay Hauser

(Term Expires November 2018)

Councilwoman Hauser moved to St. Johns in 1964. She has 3 children, 16 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. In 1966, Councilwoman Hauser and her husband made the decision to spend their lives in St. Johns, rather than take over her Dad’s business in the West Valley.

When asked about her history and why she ran for Council, Councilwoman Hauser stated, “This is our spot on earth. I love St. Johns and the people in it. I worked 7 years in the County Treasurer’s Office, 3 years for the Board of Supervisors and have just completed my 28th year as the School Food Service Director. I have always been community involved, have served for the past 25 years on the Apache County Planning and Zoning Commission, have served the youth of the community in every way available, and have served in the Boy Scouts of America for the past 40 years. I support economic growth, long range planning and ran for the council, as I feel our community voters should have a choice of candidates at election time.”

Councilman John Richardson
(Term Expires November 2018)
Having been raised and attending Schools in the Valley (Tempe), we moved to the mountain looking for a better place to raise a family.
I have served in the military with a year in Vietnam, worked for U-Haul as a computer tech, was an asst. parts manager for a car dealership and owned and operated Kleen Sweep, a janitorial service in Phoenix.  After moving to Show Low, I worked for the postal service and was also the training officer for the Show Low Fire department before moving to St. Johns in 1980.
Linda and I together have six children and so far, fifteen grandchildren.  After 35 years with Salt River Project, Coronado Generating Station, I retired in 2012 as a Shift Supervisor and coordinator for the Emergency Response Team.  Linda has been the St. Johns Family History Center Director for over 11 years.  We have loved living in St. Johns and have no intention of leaving, this is our home.  We truly did find the best place to raise a family.
I look forward to serving the citizens of this great community and in a small way, giving back to the community that has given so much to us……        GO SKINS
Councilman Tony Raykovitz
(Term Expires November 2018)
City of St. Johns, Arizona
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