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Derby, KS 67037-3533
A City Council member since April 2003, Cheryl Bannon believes that in government less is more. She enjoys all aspects of being on the City Council, especially when it comes to growth and development since her background is in real estate.
After graduating from Campus High School in 1979, Bannon was in the banking industry for three years and then ran a catering business for four years so she could raise her children on a more flexible schedule.
In 1990, Bannon became a real estate agent and served in that capacity for two years. In January of 1993, she opened Lawyers Title Closing Office in Derby and worked there for over 10 years.
Bannon was born in Monett, Missouri. She is married to Larry Bannon. She has one daughter and one son. She also has five step-grandchildren.
Bannon’s previous government experience includes serving as the Junior Mayor for Haysville, Kansas, during the 1970s.
Chuck Warren was elected to his first term as Derby city council member in 1999. He second term began in April of 2003 and his third term began in April 2007. He resigned from his Ward II seat in August 2008 due to a relocation within the City. He was appointed to the Ward III seat in September 2008.
His favorite issues include private property rights, keeping local government efficient and quality of life, as far as parks and recreation are concerned. His overall belief when it comes to government is that "smaller is better."
A native of Portland, Oregon, Warren was born on September 2, 1952. His family moved to Derby in 1955. He graduated from Derby High School in 1970, attended Fort Hays State University (1970-71) and was in the U.S. Army, 1st Infantry Division (1972-74).
He was a sales associate with Oklahoma Tire & Supply Company (1974-78) in Emporia and attended Emporia State University (1977-78). Warren was then broker/owner of The Warren Company in Derby (1979-90). His current position is as a broker associate with Plaza Real Estate; he has been in the position since 1990.
Warren married his wife Pam in 1974. She is a second grade teacher at Pleasantview Elementary School. They have two adult sons, Matthew and Michael.
Warren attends Aviator Church and is a member of the Derby Rotary Club and Derby Chamber of Commerce.
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