FAIRFAX COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DIRECTORS

Term: 3 Years

Salary: None

Nonpartisan

(3 seats)

A. Dewey Bond

Gloria T. Fisher

David C. Ray

R.G. "Dick" Terwilliger

A. Dewey Bond

494 River Bend Rd., Great Falls

Age: 67

Incumbent

Chairman, Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District; member, Fairfax County Environmental Quality Advisory Council, Fairfax County Tree Commission, Fairfax County Citizens Advisory Committee for Solid Waste Disposal Matters and the Northern Virginia Environmental Network; BS, agricultural economics, Michigan State University; employed 37 years by the American Meat Institute; former president, Greater Washington Society of Association Executives; naval communications officer, World War II; Fairfax County resident, 32 years; member, Fairfax County 4-H Association, Great Falls Lions Club, Great Falls Methodist Church.

Gloria T. Fisher

6223 Arkendale Rd., Alexandria

Age: 42

Incumbent

Executive vice president, Research and Education Foundation; second-term vice chairman of Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District Board, 1985-91; board member, Fairfax County Federation of Citizens Associations, 1987-present; chairman, Mount Vernon Council of Civic Associations, 1986; president, Belle Haven Citizens' Association, 1982-83, member of the board, 1980-84; member, Engineering Standards Review Committee, 1988-present; member, Upper Holmes Run Environmental Monitoring Committee; former member, Fairfax County Tree Commission; member, Dulles Airport Rail Access Task Force, Fairfax Committee of 100; Fairfax County Science Fair judge; Goodyear Award of Merit, 1987; married; BS in civil engineering; registered professional engineer.

David C. Ray

4921 Erie St., Annandale

Age: 27

Professional federal research analyst, 1986-present; membership chairman, Fairfax County Republican Party; elected member, 8th Congressional District Republican Committee; elected member, Fairfax County Republican Committee; former national director, national youth educational organization; member, St. Michael's Catholic Church; bachelor's degree, George Mason University, 1986.

R.G. "Dick" Terwilliger

7339 Pinecastle Rd., Falls Church

Age: 61

ncumbent

Retired program manager, NASA headquarters; nine-year director, Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District (treasurer, past vice chairman and secretary); current chairman Area II, Virginia Association of Soil and Water Conservation District; member, Coastal Resources Committee; member, Education/Youth Committee; member, past chairman, Legislative Committee; chairman, Dam Safety and Maintenance Task Force; 11-year member and past vice chairman, Fairfax County Environmental Quality Advisory Council; engineering degrees from University of Michigan and Navy postgraduate school; longtime activist with respect to national, regional, state and local environmental issues; Fairfax County resident, 1954-60 and 1962-present.