- Deputy Supervisor
- Term Length: 4 years
- Term Expires: 12/31/23
My paternal grandparents moved to Rush and built three family homes in 1910 on the Genesee River, which they named Meadowood. My father, Charles Wray moved into one of the homes after serving in World War II with my mother and raised my brother and myself in Meadowood. My maternal grandparents loved visiting Rush so much that they built their retirement home in Meadowood in the 1950s.
I grew up in Rush, live on the same property and built our home in Meadowood with my husband and raised our twin sons here. We continue to live in Rush, on the Genesee River and consider this land our own piece of paradise.
My many years of public service in Rush has been and continues to be an honor. I have always been one to step up and not sit back. Working with residents and others wishing to do business in our Town include:
- Town Councilwoman (2020-present) – elected
- Deputy Supervisor (2021)-appointed
- Liaison to Tier 3 Solar Energy projects
- Liaison to the Rush Library Board
- Liaison to the Rush Riverside Refuge (RRR)
- Serving on the Local Water Revitalization Program (LWRP) with Henrietta (present)
- New Town Website design & implementation with the Supervisor’s Secretary & Supervisor
- Liaison to Planning Board (2020)
- Zoning Board of Appeals Chairwoman (2014-2018)-appointed
- Zoning Board of Appeals member (2004-2018)-appointed
- Rush Assessor(1990s)-appointed
- Rush Recreation and Parks Commission(1990s)-appointed
I graduated from Rush-Henrietta, have a BS in Medical Technology from SUNY Fredonia, and a Masters in Secondary Science Education from St. John Fisher College. I recently retired from my profession as an educator in Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science and my retirement has allowed me to dedicate more time to the residents of Rush.
Rush is our home town and I look forward to working with the Town Board and others, to help take Rush in a positive direction into the future.