Johanna is a retired Certified Shorthand Reporter and has been self-employed for the past 20 plus years. Johanna and her husband Al farm rice and raise cattle in the Yuba County area. She attended Wheatland High School, Yuba Community College and went to Argonaut School of Court Reporting. She and Al have two children that are very active within the community. Johanna is currently serving as the President of the Yuba-Sutter Fair Heritage Foundation, which is the fundraising arm of the fair and helps with the sustainability of the Yuba-Sutter Fair. She served as a member of the Junior Livestock Auction Advisory Committee for a number of years. In the past, Johanna also served as the Community 4-H leader and was instrumental in helping to send 4-H kids to Washington D.C. for leadership training.
Born in Timbuctoo, Yuba County, CA, Rebekah returned to California from Pennsylvania as a young adult, and has owned property in Yuba County since 2004 in Smartsville, where she currently manages a thriving, working homestead. “Bekah” has spent many years serving in our local community, as well as abroad, through youth camp; community outreach programs, youth ministries, coaching, living in a Romanian orphanage, 10 trips delivering Bibles to China, participating in Christian mission outreaches to 11 different countries, and working at a local church. Bekah coached & refereed Girls’ Field Hockey at both Yuba City and River Valley High Schools for 23+ years, assisted in coaching Division 1Field Hockey at UC Davis, and coordinated numerous skills camps in Yuba City, Davis, Cal Berkeley, UOP and Stanford Universities. She was a Member/Coach of USA Futures program for over 5 years. Her education includes State College Area Senior High School in Pennsylvania, Associate of Arts Degree from Yuba Community College, Graduate of the Perspectives Course, World Christian Movement, Masters Commission Leadership Training Program in Washington, and The School of Leadership Development. To fund her many trips abroad, Rebekah has also been employed locally as a Professional Server and Bartender, CDT (Certified Designated Trainer), assisting with opening many corporate restaurants over the course of 25 years in California and Washington. Rebekah is passionate about finding and equipping local conservative, patriotic, constitutional public servants for Yuba County, the State of California, as well as for the BEST COUNTRY EVER … the United States of America. Please feel free to call Rebekah with any questions you may have.
Tom grew up in the Bay Area and has 45 plus years in the workforce. His career has been in management, and he has worked for Alhambra Water, SYNNEX Corp, Suburban Propane, Air Gas, and GPI. Positions held include Warehouse Director, Plant Manager and Regional Branch Operations Manager. Tom attended Ohlone College in Fremont California and UCLA Human Relations lab. He also attended numerous leadership and training seminars during his career. Tom and his wife Lani have lived in the Yuba County Foothills near Collins Lake for 22 years. Tom and Lani have raised three children and have four grandchildren. Both Tom and Lani are active in their community and Lani has been a volunteer for Dobbins/Oregon House Fire Department for the last 18 years, was recently elected to the Board of Directors and serves as clerk of the board.
Tom was a volunteer youth coach leading teams to victory in basketball, soccer, and baseball for the Los Gatos Christian School. He has also volunteered as a poll worker for several years and most recently worked on the Victory Campaign for President Trump making over 6,000 phone calls.
Rosemary is the retired Vice President and Manager of Rabobank, N.A. in Marysville. She has thirty-nine years of banking experience and most recently completed a short contract from July 2020 to March 2021 with River Valley Community Bank as Senior Vice President/Senior Banking Officer. She attended Marysville High School, Yuba Community College and College of the Redwoods. Her husband of fifty-two years is Edward Daoust and they have two grown children and two grandchildren. Mrs. Daoust served as a member of the Sutter North Medical Foundation Board of Trustees from 2005 to 2009, a Community Based, Not-ForProfit health organization previously serving as Chair for the Planning and Finance Committee. She served as a member from 2002 to 2016 on the Sutter Medical Foundation-North Division Philanthropic Committee. She also served on the Sutter Health Community Advisory Committee and Sutter Medical Foundation Home Health/Hospice Professional Advisory Committee. She is a former member of the Beale Military Liaison Committee and a past Honorary Commander with the 234th Intelligence Squadron at Beale Air Force Base. She is a past member of the Yuba County Alliance for Development, the Yuba County Senior Adult Action Team and was a member of the Planning for Seniors Advisory Board. She served as Treasurer from 2009 to 2016 with Marysville Joint Unified School District Education Foundation. In 2013 she was sworn in after appointment to the Yuba County Economic Development Advisory Committee by the Yuba County Board of Supervisors and resigned in 2016. Rosemary is also a past member of the City of Marysville Economic Task Force. In 2013 she joined the Board of Directors as Treasurer with Habitat for Humanity, Yuba-Sutter Inc and is serving actively at the present with this Not-For-Profit corporation headquartered in Marysville.
Margaret Atwell is a transplant to Yuba County. She and her husband John searched the greater Sacramento area for a county that would fit the bill for their retirement lifestyle. Yuba county, and primarily Loma Rica, was the perfect fit and they’ve enjoyed their retirement from United Airlines ever since moving here 7 years ago. Margaret and John have 6 children and 16 grandchildren between the two of them, keeping them young at heart.
Margaret worked for United Airlines for more than 25 years, primarily in customer service. The last 8 years of her career was in the training department. She especially enjoyed teaching classes internationally and in various cities across the US. Margaret was also tasked with security, safety and regulatory duties requiring record keeping for multiple government audits.
Prior to her employment with United Airlines her time was filled volunteering with her children’s school, sports, and church activities. From being the lunch lady at the elementary school, serving on the board of AAU basketball league, or organizing multiple fund raisers, she realized being involved was critical for her children. She firmly believes building and supporting solid conservative foundations for children makes a difference in the citizens they become.
When YCRCC’s previous secretary stepped down to run for a local office, Margaret volunteered to fill in and was voted in the following month. Both she and her husband know that being involved locally is fundamental to keep Yuba the county they have grown to love but more importantly, for their children and grandchildren.