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Manteca council appoints three to city boards
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David Breitenbucher has been re-appointed to the Manteca Parks and Recreation Commission.

The City Council has also appointed Robert Serpa and Carolyn Richardson to the Manteca Senior Advisory Committee. David Byrd was designated as the first alternate while Leticia Trimanez is the second alternate.

 Breitenbucher is a City of Manteca fire captain who has served for two terms on the parks and recreation commission. He has served Manteca for 24 years as a firefighter. He also is a member of the boards for Give Every Child a Chance and the Agape Village Foster Family Services.

Richardson is a retired budget analyst with the federal government. She has served as a Kiwanis member, a Girl Scout leader, a Boy Scout leader, and a Rainbow Girls advisor.

Serpa is a U.S. Navy Vietnam veteran and retired Army Reserve. He made a living doing mobile maintenance running the gamut from electrical, welding, carpentry painting, glazing, tile setter, lock smith, and truck driver.

He is a former commander of the American Legion in Fremont and a member of the Community Emergency Response Team.

Byrd retired from Gillig Corp. as a working foreman.

He is a volunteer with the South County Crisis Center as well as a guide for the Manteca Convention & Visitors Bureau. Byrd also volunteers at the senior center at the second Monday spaghetti dinner event.

Trimanez is an active member of the San Joaquin County Sherriff’s STAR volunteer corps and is a former Manteca Seniors Helping Area Residents and Police volunteer. She also volunteered for two years at Manteca CAPS as well as served a term on the Lathrop Senior Center advisory board.