Waldron sworn in to Pinal County Community College District Governing Board

The Pinal County Community College District Governing Board conducted a swearing-in ceremony of new Governing Board Member Dave Waldron and re-elected board members Debra Banks and Gladys Christensen during the recent board meeting at the Central Arizona College San Tan Campus.

Pinal County School Superintendent Jill Broussard appointed Mr. Waldron to fill the District 5 Governing Board position, which Jack Yarrington vacated last fall. He will be seated until Dec. 31, 2020.

Dave Waldron (Submitted photo)

Dr. Banks, who represents District 2, and Ms. Christensen, representing District 1, were both re-elected to a six-year team this past November.

Originally from Montana, Mr. Waldron served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1968-72. He is a Vietnam veteran and received an honorable discharge as sergeant.

Mr. Waldron worked for 17 years as IT Director at Horizon Health and Wellness and for 21 years in law enforcement.

For more than 13 years, he was a member of the Apache Junction City Council. Mr. Waldron is the chair of the Pinal County Air Quality Board and has been involved with this board for more than 18 years.

He was the former vice chair of the Central Arizona Council of Governments and former chair of the Pinal County Regional Transportation Authority. Additionally, he was a member of the Apache Junction Planning and Zoning Commission for four years, two of which he was the chair.

For 26 years, Mr. Waldron has been a resident of Apache Junction and Pinal County. He and his wife Kathleen, of 27 years, are both retired. They have four children and six grandchildren.

Editor’s Note: Ms. Askey is the executive director of public relations and marketing at Central Arizona College.

Angela Askey is from Central Arizona College

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