Angela Da Prato
- Mark Beck
Occupation: Retired educator/rancher.
Family: Married with four children.
Education: Attended Modesto Junior College
before transferring to California Polytechnic State University, San
Luis Obispo, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in agricultural
science and his teaching credential.
- Angela Marie Da Prato
Occupation: Media operations technician,
Education: University of California, Davis.
- Frederick Goethel
Occupation: Retired consultant, community
Family: Married to wife, Connie, for 30 years;
and one daughter, a 2009 Galt High graduate.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in environmental
science from Quinnipiac University.
- Patrick Maple
Occupation: Business owner for more than 30
Family: Married to write, Christine, for 39
years; three adult children, all Galt High School graduates.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in communications,
California State University, Sacramento; and attended graduate
school at CSU Sacramento.
- Art Oelsner
Occupation: Restaurant supply business
Family: Wife and two daughters.
Education: Graduated from Wooster High School
in Reno, Nev. and attended both University of Nevada, Reno and
University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
- Gus Prouty
Family: Wife and three children, including one
who is a junior at Liberty Ranch High School.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in sociology,
California State University, Chico; Master’s degree in business
administration, University of the Pacific, Sacramento.
- Dennis Richardson
Family: Wife who serves on the Galt elementary
school board, and 10 children.
Education: Bachelor’s degrees in criminal
justice administration and child development. He also earned his
certificate in Masters of Governance from the California School
Posted: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 12:00 am
In what promises to be a contentious race, seven candidates are
vying for three seats on the Galt Joint Union High School District
board of trustees. School board members are elected at-large, and
there are two incumbents running.
Both Art Oelsner and Dennis Richardson, who won a two-year term
in 2008, are hoping to retain seats on the board.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010 12:00 am.