Board of Directors

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District No. 1 includes all of Asotin-Anatone, Clarkston, Pomeroy, Dayton, Starbuck, Kahlotus and Othello, as well as part of North Franklin. Brad Gingerich is a pharmacist and owner of Pomeroy Pharmacy.  He graduated from Pomeroy High School and went on to WSU and graduated with a degree in Pharmacy.  Brad has been married for over 40 years and has three children.  Brad is the only Board Member in the state of Washington to serve as President of the state Association of Educational Service Districts (AESD) for three terms.District No. 2 includes all of College Place, Dixie, Waitsburg, Prescott, and Star, as well as parts of Walla Walla, North Franklin, and Pasco.Sheryl Byerley is a homemaker and part owner and secretary/treasurer of Clearview Farm, Inc.  She graduated from Waitsburg High School and went on to gain an AA in business administration from Walla Walla Community College.  She is married and has four children and five grandchildren.District No. 3 includes part of Walla Walla.Bruce Wildfang received his BA and MA from Eastern Washington University.  He taught both junior and senior high school, along with coaching varsity sports.  Bruce was the Athletic Director and Principal at Touchet and at the Middle School in College Place.  In 2003, Bruce retired from College Place School District.  He has been married to his wife, MJ, for 43 years.  Together they have a son, a daughter and three grandchildren.District No. 4 includes all of Columbia and Touchet, as well as part of Pasco.Anna Rea is a retired educator, homemaker, and partner in the family wheat farming business.  She graduated from California State Polytechnic University with a B.S. degree in Education.  Anna has been married for over 40 years and has two adult children and 6 grandchildren.District No. 3 includes part of Walla Walla.Paul Whitemarsh is retired after 37 years as the City of Pasco's Recreation Services Manager.  He graduated from Eastern Washington State College (EWU) with a BA in Education.  He has served on various local and state boards and committees for public schools and leisure service issues.  Paul and his wife Mary have been married for 40 plus years and have four grown children and three grandchildren.
District No. 6 includes part of Kennewick.Stephen Maciboba worked as a revenue agent for the Internal Revenue Service.  He retired December 31, 2011 after 34 years of service.  He is currently employed by Northwest CPA Group PLLC in Richland, WA.  He graduated from Frostburg State University in Western Maryland with a BA in accounting.  Steve has been married for 38 years and has three grown children.  He is a past Kennewick High Booster Club president and is a strong supporter of youth sports.District No. 7 includes all of Kiona-Benton, Patterson, and Finley, as well as parts of Kennewick and Pasco.Beverly Abersfeller is a volunteer and business owner.  She brokers telecommunication, energy, and merchant services.  She has been married 38 years and has four daughters and four grandchildren.  Bev currently serves as executive board member of the Dreambuilder’s Education Foundation, as well as serving on the Rehema Ministries/Kenya Instep Children's Home support team.District No. 8 includes part of Richland.SSteven Landon is a partner in Reese Concrete Products, Mfg. Inc.  He graduated from Washington State University with a BS degree in Forest Management.  Steve is a local supporter of youth activities and a member of several business and community groups and organizations.  He has been married for 34 years and has three daughters.District No. 9 includes parts of Richland and Pasco.Lee Ann Dudney is an Information Technology Manager at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, where she has been employed since 1983. She graduated from the University of Idaho with a BS in Computer Science, and serves on the University’s Computer Science Department Advisory Board. She has previously served on various education, youth, and professional boards and committees. Lee Ann resides in West Richland and has two grown children.




  






The ESD 123 Board of Directors meets on the fourth Thursday of every month in the Lewis & Clark Room at the ESD.

Current ESD 123 Board Meeting Agenda and Minutes.

 For archived copies of Board Meeting minutes or agendas, contact Kuniko Votaw at 509.544.5785 or kvotaw@esd123.org.

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