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Charlie Schaupp

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From page A5 | April 30, 2014 |

Name: Charlie Schaupp, R-Esparto

Elected offices held: Director, Esparto Community Services District (2012-14); trustee, Esparto Unified School District (1993-2000); Yolo County Republican Party Central Committee (1994-2000, chair 1998-2000).

Occupation: Farmer-business owner, Schaupp Family Joint Venture; retired U.S. Marine officer (1981-2009)

Age: 59

Education: Associate’s degree in agricultural business, Yuba College (1976); bachelor’s degree, agriculture-soil and water science, California State University, Chico (1981)

Family: Wife, Kwangja “Kay” Lee

Noteworthy: President, Yolo Sunset Lions Club; former commander, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 7143; Silver Bear Award for distinguished service to youth, Boy Scouts of America, Yolo District; commander, Company B, 4th Landing Support Battalion, U.S. Marines in Operation Desert Storm (1991); security officer, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, U.S. Marines, in battle of Fallujah/Al Anbar Province in Operation Iraqi Freedom (2004)

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