Councilman Mike Pastor -District 2

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Mike Pastor Councilman - District 2
Name: Mike Pastor
Phone:  928/961-0753
email: mpastor@globeaz.gov

 

Michael “Mike” Pastor is a lifelong resident of Globe-Miami, although now he lives in Globe.  Born at the old M&I Hospital on the hill and raised in Miami, Mike graduated from Miami High School…Class of 66.

 

While attending ASU, Mike was drafted into the US Army in 1971 during the annual lottery drawing to serve during the Vietnam conflict.  He was directly sent to Fort Ord California for Basic and AIT Training in MSO 64C20 Military Transportation Operations, Heavy Duty Truck Driver.  His company was assigned to Germany upon completion of training.  Mike and three other soldiers were sent to White Sands, New Mexico for assignment to SAFEGUARD Systems and White Sands Missile Range.  After 4-months, Mike was assigned to the Kwajalein Missile Range in the South Pacific.  After a 13-month tour, Mike returned to White Sands and was honorably discharged.

 

Returning to Miami, Mike took advantage of his GI Bill benefits and attended Gila Community College, beginning a long relationship with our college as a student, Governing Board Member, and now as the Workforce Training Director.  Mike has been married to Linda for 44 years and has 2 adult children and 8 grandchildren. 

 

Mike likes to tell folks “although he was drafted and not happy about it, he looks back on his military career and believes it was the foundation for setting him on the positive career path he has experienced since leaving the military in 1972”.

 

Mr. Pastor was elected to the Gila County Board of Supervisors on November 4, 2008 and began his term as a County Supervisor on January 6, 2009.  His fellow board members elected him to serve as the Chairman from May 2010-August 20ll.  He was re-elected to office on November 6, 2012 and was re-elected as Chairman in January 2013, which he served until his end of term in December 2016. 

Mr. Pastor was appointed by Globe Council to serve a vacancy for District 2 until the 2020 Primary and General Election.