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Sutter Gould Medical Foundation remembers and honors Gould physician at dedication event

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation remembers and honors Gould physician at dedication event

Family, friends, donors and coworkers celebrate physician’s commitment and spirit of giving.

Dr. Christopher Hudlin, a general surgeon who joined Gould Medical Group in 2007, passed away in 2016. Last Friday, over 100 Sutter Gould Medical Foundation (SGMF) staff, Gould Medical Group physicians, donors and friends joined Dr. Hudlin’s family in honoring him with the dedication of a bench at the Stockton Medical Plaza on Hammer Lane in Stockton.

“Dr. Hudlin was instrumental in the expansion of Gould Medical Group in Stockton,” said Gary Zufelt, Sutter Gould Medical Foundation chief executive officer. “He was very active in medical group and Foundation activities, and was a leader in motivating others to help support worthy causes.”

University of the Pacific receives $1.3 million Upward Bound grant for Edison High School

Project to help south Stockton students with applying for college, financial aid, other services

University of the Pacific has been awarded a $1.3 million five-year federal grant for an Upward Bound project that will put eligible Edison High School students on a college-bound trajectory. The project will provide needed instruction, tutoring, advising, and assistance with applying for financial aid and college to help students graduate high school, enroll in college and earn a degree.

“It’s very exciting for all of us to be partnering with the Stockton Unified School District on what should be a very powerful, transformative opportunity to help Edison students make it through high school and onto college,” said Patrick Day, Pacific’s vice president for Student Life. “Upward Bound is a strong, proven program and will give students a great chance to succeed and someday give back to their communities.”

Bank of Stockton executive tapped for University of the Pacific board

Bank of Stockton executive tapped for University of the Pacific board

Eberhardt continues family tradition of service to Pacific, Huber named chair

City of Tracy Announces Selection of New Public Works Director

City of Tracy Announces Selection of New Public Works Director

CITY OF TRACY ANNOUNCES SELECTION OF NEW PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR

Tracy, Calif. – The City of Tracy is pleased to announce the selection of its new Public Works Director, Don Scholl. Scholl, 51, joined the City of Tracy in 1999 as a Parks Supervisor and was later promoted to Parks, Sports Fields & Trees Superintendent. Following the retirement of former Public Works Director, David Ferguson, in October 2015, Scholl was appointed as Interim Public Works Director. After a competitive recruitment process, Scholl was selected as the leading candidate for the position.

“Don has exceptional leadership experience in areas of employee management, budget preparation and oversight, community outreach, program coordination, landscape maintenance administration, and is very familiar with the operations of the Public Works Department,” stated Tracy City Manager, Troy Brown. “Don is well-regarded both within our organization and the community, and has a calm and approachable demeanor.”

San Jose Police Chief Selected as Tracy's New Chief of Police

San Jose Police Chief Selected as Tracy's New Chief of Police

SAN JOSE POLICE CHIEF SELECTED AS TRACY’S NEW CHIEF OF POLICE

Tracy, Calif. – Following a competitive four month national recruitment, the City of Tracy is pleased to announce the selection of its new Chief of Police, current San Jose Police Chief Larry Esquivel. Esquivel, 53, comes to the City of Tracy with more than 30 years of law enforcement experience with the City of San Jose. Esquivel will replace Tracy Police Chief and Public Safety Director, Gary Hampton, who announced his retirement in April 2015.

"Chief Hampton has served the City exceptionally well and we are fortunate to have Chief Esquivel serve as Tracy’s new Police Chief ’” stated Tracy City Manager, Troy Brown. “I am certain he will bring the same level of dedication and leadership to the City of Tracy as he did in San Jose.”

It’s Over. Say Goodbye. Get out and MOVE

It’s Over. Say Goodbye. Get out and MOVE

You heard me. Put it down. You don’t need that last Milky Way. No seriously, you don’t. Will one more kill you? No. But you don’t need it. Step away. Throw it away. Like deep down in the trash so you aren’t tempted to dig it out later in a moment of weakness. Is it in there? Deep down? Good. Now get out of the house and go for a walk. Crisis adverted.

You’re welcome.

I think we can officially welcome Autumn at this point since it doesn’t appear it will hit 90 degrees again in the coming weeks. So welcome beautiful cool, crisp, air. Bright, deep, gorgeous fall colors, and every holiday that center’s around eating. We here at Mama Bootcamp welcome you with open arms. (notice I did not say open mouths?) but open arms yes, because it is the most wonderful time of the year!

City of Tracy Appoints New Assistant City Manager

CITY OF TRACY APPOINTS NEW ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER
City of Alameda Administrative Services Director Selected

Tracy, Calif. – Following a competitive four month recruitment process, the City of Tracy is announcing the selection of its new Assistant City Manager. Stephanie Garrabrant- Sierra comes to Tracy from the City of Alameda where she currently serves as the Administrative Services Director. Prior to that role, she served as the Assistant City Attorney for the City of Alameda.

"I am very excited to join the Tracy team and look forward to 'Thinking Inside the Triangle!’” stated Ms. Garrabrant-Sierra.

Ms. Garrabrant-Sierra is a graduate of UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) and has been an attorney for almost 25-years, practicing mainly in employment, public contracting, business law and contract law. She began her career in the firm of Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison as a litigator, and then worked with the Legal Aid Society of Alameda County.