Bob Dyer has been a business owner in the city for many years. He has been a retailer, Realtor, and financial advisor. Bob served as the Arvada council member for District 4 (NW Arvada) and has been a board member of the Arvada Urban Renewal Authority, the Jefferson Economic Council, the Arvada Economic Development Association, Jefferson County Open Space Advisory Committee, and the Children’s Charity Foundation. He has sat on the board and served as either Chairman or President of the Rocky Flats Local Impacts Initiative, Red Rocks Community College Citizens Committee, Arvada Fire Protection District, Arvada Chamber of Commerce, and Arvada Jefferson Kiwanis Club.
Bob Fifer has been actively involved with the community through youth activities and sports, Ralston House, the Arvada Community Food Bank, AVA Foundation, Historic Olde Town Arvada, Arvada Jefferson Kiwanis, Arvada Historical Society, and a graduate of the Transit Alliance Citizen’s Academy. Bob was elected to represent all of Arvada as an At-Large Councilmember in November 2011, and again in 2015. He immerses himself and advocates on behalf of citizens and organizations to strengthen our community. Bob is in leadership within the telecommunication, information technology and intelligent transportation industry, focusing on engineering, complex and strategic business opportunities and investments and product development. He is a recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award and the APEX Service Excellence Award.
Jerry Marks is a native of Arvada. He volunteered on the Arvada Fire Department for 9 years, married and raised two daughters in Arvada. He started his small business in 1998 in Arvada and remains the President of the company. Jerry has served on the Arvada Economic Development Retention Committee (AEDA), became a board member of the Arvada Economic Development Association (AEDA), was a board member of the Arvada Chamber of Commerce and currently serves as their Chairman of the Board. Jerry is also a lifetime member of the Rocky Mountain Hazardous Materials Association (RMHMA) and has served as the organizations president. Jerry was appointed to Arvada City Council and served the citizens in Northeast Arvada.
Ereka O’Hara moved to Arvada in 1973 where she raised her family. She became a realtor in 1982 and as a working mother she still found time to be involved in the community. She served on various committees for the Jefferson County Association of Realtors early in her career, and later sat on the board of the Arvada Jefferson Kiwanis, Children’s Charity, and the Arvada Chamber of Commerce. In 2010, the West Chamber’s Celebrate Women of Jefferson County honored her. In 2011, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce named her Arvada Woman of the Year.