Frank D. Gorman
Frank D. Gorman has lived and worked in the San Jacinto Valley since graduating
with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from California State Polytechnic
University at Pomona in 1981. He has been involved in community service in many
ways; Past member of the Board of Directors of the YMCA, past president and current
member of the Hemet / San Jacinto Exchange Club, current member of the American
Society of Civil Engineers, current member of the Action Group, Founder and
President of the Valley Watch, Inc., and current member of the St. Hyacinth Academy
school board. He is the owner of GW Engineering and CEO of Inland Valley Sladden
Larry Minor has been active in the farming community for more than 50 years and is the president of Agri-Empire, a family owned company that has been farming potatoes through three generations. He has provided public services to the San Jacinto Valley over the past 40 years. He is currently a member of the Hemet/San Jacinto Exchange Club as well as the Action Group.
Todd A. Foutz
Todd A. Foutz has lived in the Hemet / San Jacinto Valley for 29 years. He received
his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Brigham Young University. Todd
is a licensed California Certified Public Accountant and is President and CEO of
Pehl Foutz Foutz Teegarden & Young, CPA’s. He has extensive experience in the agribusiness
and healthcare industries. Todd serves as a board member of the Western Center Community
Foundation, member of the Hemet-San Jacinto Action Group, former member of Tahquitz
& Three Peaks Districts of the Inland Empire Council of the Boy Scouts of America
and is actively involved in his Church and community. Todd’s focus is to ensure
that Lake Hemet Municipal Water District remains fiscally and financially strong
for future generations in the Valley.
Frank D. Marshall III
Frank D. Marshall III (Doug), previously served Lake Hemet Municipal Water District (LHMWD), as a Director in Division 3 for 17 years before moving out of his division. He was selected in May 2017 to continue to serve and fulfill Mr. Cor Schouten’s term representing Division #1. Doug helped raise 4 children, taught Science for Hemet Unified School District and coached football in our community for the past 32 years. He recently retired after 40+ years in public education. Presently, and for the last 4 years, Doug also serves the Hemet/San Jacinto Valley as a director for San Jacinto Cemetery District. Doug is a 3rd generation farmer of this valley and Co-owner of Park Hill Ranch where they grow Blood Oranges and Grapefruit. The family Ranch is located within the LHMWD boundaries of Division 1. Doug’s goal is to assist LHMWD to provide safe and clean water services for both Agriculture and Domestic uses for our Community, believing it is the District’s responsibility to provide these services at a fair and as low a cost as possible to all ratepayers!
Steven A. Pastor
Steven A. Pastor has lived in the San Jacinto Valley for 44 years and represents District 5. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from California State University, San Diego. After college, Steve served in the U.S. Army. Upon being discharged from the army, Steve moved to the San Jacinto Valley to work on the family herb farm. He has been involved with agriculture and agricultural businesses ever since. He is a graduate fellow of the California Agricultural Leadership Program (Class 27) and past-president of the California State Historic Citrus Park's Non-Profit Management Corporation. He has served on many water committees and boards over the years including the Riverside County Water Task Force and the Water Master's Technical Advisory Committee. Steve's goal is ensure that Lake Hemet Municipal Water District continues to provide safe and clean drinking and agricultural water to its customers in the most efficient way possible.
General Manager / Chief Engineer
Michael A. Gow