State government

Bill Dodd

By From page A9 | April 27, 2014

Name: Bill Dodd, D-Napa

Elected offices held: Napa County supervisor, 2001-present

Occupation: Napa County supervisor, 2001-present; general manager, U.S. Filter, 1998-2003; president and CEO of Diversified Water Systems, which owned and operated seven Culligan Water franchises, 1979-98.

Age: 58 

Education: bachelor’s degree in business management, Chico State University (1978)

Family: wife, Mary, five children, Jeff, 32, Brian, 30, Bridget, 29, Georgia, 28, Bobby, 26, and four grandchildren.

Noteworthy: Named 2014 Napa Citizen of the Year by the Napa Chamber of Commerce for his work raising more than $3 million for local charities; founder of the Wolfe Center, a youth drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Napa, and the Children’s Health Initiative of Napa County; served as Napa County’s representative on Metropolitan Transportation Commission for 14 years, chairing the commission in 2006-07; lifelong Napa Rotary Club member

Website: http://billdodd.com

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