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Monday, Dec 22, 2014

Candidate profiles

Deanna   Hormann

Personal: Married to Ron, two adult children, two grandchildren.

Employment: Retired management accountant and homemaker.

Education: More than two years of university credits in addition to workshops in financial statements and cash flow, tax seminar, management seminar, EWU cash flow budgeting.

Political history: First run for office.

Issues: Contract with Spokane County for police and road. Keep fire services in place.

Finances: Raised about $2,300 as of Wednesday.

Top priority after taking office: "Safety and security of the community during the transition."


Resume

1319 S. Shamrock, Veradale, WA 99037

Personal

  • Born May 23, 1940.
  • Married June 2, 1961 to Ron Hormann. Two children and two grandchildren.
  • Thirty-plus years living in the Spokane Valley.

    Community Activities

  • Chair of the City of the Valley Roads Transition Committee.
  • Volunteer for Central Valley SCOPE; volunteer of the year in 1998
  • and volunteer of the month in May of 2000. Neighborhood Watch Captain approximately 18 years.
  • Candidate in training as a K9 team for approximately one year for search and rescue with Mountain West Rescue Dogs.
  • CTM with Toastmasters International.
  • 4-H five year Silver Clover Award as a leader. Horse show judge 4-H Harness Driving State Qualifier, County 4-H Council member, Driving Cart Committee Co-Chair.
  • Cub Scout den leader, Girl Scout assistant leader.
  • Adams Elementary PTSA vice president, Adams Elementary teachers aid and assistant coordinator for Parents Day. South Pines Elementary photography experiment.
  • Teacher's assistant in elementary Sunday school class.
  • Backpacking, kayaking, photography and exhibiting of registered American Shetlands in halter and harness.

    Professional

  • Career experience in Management Accounting. Recently retired. Two plus years of University credits in addition to workshops in Financial Statements & Cash Flow, Tax Seminar, Management Seminar, EWU Cash Flow and Cash Budgeting.


    Cover letter

    I'll focus on safety, security


    I know personally the importance of the Government Services. Safety and Security are my first priority. In our new city we shall not see a decline in these essential services if I am on the City Council.

    I started the Central Valley SCOPE station (Sheriff Community Oriented Policing Effort) along with other dedicated individuals. It began as an idea, it is now serving the Central Valley School attendance area and it is only one example of what we as citizens are capable of doing when we work together to solve the needs of our community. I know personally the value of bringing citizens into the process and the necessity of the commitment of the Office of the Sheriff to these professional volunteers as they team with the Deputies and Detectives.

    I also know the dollar value of the professionals in the Spokane County Roads Department. Their Performance Based Budgeting Maintenance program and team work between staff allows them to save dollars to be passed on to the Construction Department for seed money for four to one grant dollars. Their commitment to the community and to support and work with the new city staff make them a valuable resource.

    The Fire Districts have an extensive investment in experienced personnel, state of the art equipment and management which makes it possible for them to respond to crisis and save lives. I have personal knowledge of these skills in action and am committed to continue protecting the children of this community and their families by working with these professionals.

    We are not starting from scratch. I will build on the excellent services available to this new city from the County Sheriff, Roads Departments, Fire Districts and others and work tirelessly with the support of committed citizens committees to see that our city in the Valley gets off to a good start.

    Thank you for your support!

    Deanna Hormann
    Candidate for City Council Position 1



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