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Quinn Sperry

Council Member District 1

Quinn Sperry has lived in the Midvale area for more than 30 years and is the son of long time Midvale residents, Ron and Kaye Sperry. Quinn attended East Midvale Elementary, Midvale Middle School, and Hillcrest High School.

Quinn received his bachelor’s degree and juris doctorate from the University of Utah. He is a founding partner of the Midvale based law firm Morris Sperry focusing on real estate law with an emphasis on litigation and community associations law (condominiums, townhomes, planned unit developments, etc.).

Quinn and his wife, Julianne, have four children. He enjoys playing and coaching soccer and basketball, serving his community, and raising his family in the same city he grew up in and has come to love.
 

Paul Glover

Council Member District 2

Paul Glover is a Midvale City native and has spent many years contributing both time and services to his community. Paul is the proud owner and operator of the local businesses Jordan Garden Center and Jordan Camper. He is the fourth generation to carry on the tradition of excellence in customer service and hard work at these family businesses and is helping pass on this legacy to his sons who work with him.

Paul is married to Raylene Glover and has four sons and a daughter, as well as seven adorable and energetic grandchildren.

Paul enjoys spending time with his family as well as spending time outdoors camping, skiing and golfing.

Paul is an active citizen who is committed to fostering a sense of community and bettering our city which is demonstrated by his long history of personal and public service in Midvale.

Paul Hunt

Council Member District 3

Paul Hunt has lived from Seattle to Boston and a few places in between, and is pleased to call Midvale home for the last 14 years. He began his service to the city in 1998 as a volunteer with the Midvale Fire Department CERT program.  He went on to serve the city as a member of the Planning Commission in April 2008, and served as Chairman.

Paul earned his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Utah and attended Utah State University for his graduate studies in business. He has over 15 years of experience in business operations and accounting.

Paul is married to Lesley, who teaches second grade and does freelance Interior Design for home and businesses.  Paul loves camping, hiking, mountain biking, going to movies, and playing games with his three sons and his daughter.
 

Wayne Sharp

Council Member District 4

Wayne is the son of Ralph and Norma Sharp. He grew up in Midvale and attended Midvale Elementary, Midvale Junior High, and graduated from Hillcrest High School class of 1983. He lived 2 years in Philippines as a missionary. He and his wife Treena have 4 children, Tyler, Mindee, Lexie, and Tara.

He owns and operates Sharp Yards (landscape/maint.) since 1979. He is a chainsaw carver, which he enjoys “beary” much.

He has been a City Council member since 1998. He has represented Midvale as a Board member on the South Salt Lake Mosquito abatement for 11 years, acting as Chairman of the Board for the past 2 years. He enjoys serving the Midvale Community.

Steve Brown

Council Member District 5

 

I’m from Henderson, Nevada, but first moved to Midvale in 2002 when I married my wife, Jessica. She is a native to Midvale and quickly convinced me this is the place that we wanted to live and raise our children. We currently have two sons, the oldest is in 2nd grade attending Midvale Elementary, and the youngest is about 20 months old. I currently work as an accountant at the University of Utah in the Chemistry Department. I enjoy spending time with family, friends, and neighbors doing just about anything from camping to playing games, to just sitting and visiting.

I love the “down home” feeling that Midvale has and want to help foster that as our city continues to grow and develop. I would love to see downtown Midvale revitalized and have more small shops come in where now there are vacant buildings. I also want to be an active member of the council, listening to the concerns from the community and doing what I can to correct the problems and help our city improve.