Sharon and her husband David have lived in Clark Fork since 2011. They just recently celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary. She is the proud mama of six children, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Her favorite pastime's include church and school activities, and spending time in her garden. And she especially loves to cook. At the City Council meetings we can attest to that with the wonderful treats she brings, such as chocolate-covered strawberries and home-made cookies.
Shari moved to Idaho from Oregon in 2010 and has been on the City Council since 2017.
Shari married her husband Chris in 1986 and has 3 boys, 3 beautiful daughter-in-laws, and 5 grandbabies.
"We love Clark Fork, Idaho. Love the mountains and the water and especially the beautiful wildlife. It is a truly wonderful place to live."
After graduating from Clark Fork High School in 1981, Jay left the area to serve in the U.S. Marines for the next 21 years. Jay has a background in communications, aviation maintenance and public affairs, which are his strengths for service to Clark Fork City Council. Currently, Jay is the operations manager for his family's ranching business, farming hay and feeding cattle as the CX Ranch has done since its beginning in the early 1900's. Jay is a dedicated husband and father/grandfather and hopes to see Clark Fork grow economically while remaining the "Hometown" of Fourth of July.
Tanya has been in North Idaho since the mid 80’s. She has 20 plus years of communication’s experience under her belt and is a retired volunteer Firefighter with Clark Fork Fire & Rescue. She’s passionate about many causes’ including the Leukemia Society, which is very personal to her. She’s an avid bear hunter, angler and loves to garden, forage and play her banjo. She met her match when she married her motorcycle mechanic Wayne Becker in 2021. They recently celebrated their 2nd anniversary on the 4th of July. Together they have six children and nine grandchildren.
“I look forward to serving the people of Clark Fork and helping the city expand and grow while keeping that small town vibe and Christian values.”
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