Traci Stewart (Wilde)
Traci was born and raised in Glenns Ferry. Upon graduating from Glenns Ferry High School Traci attended Albertson College of Idaho where she received by Bachelor Liberal Arts Degree w/ a Major in Business and a Minor in Entrepreneurship. After graduating from college Traci moved to Boise and worked in the real estate/mortgage industry while working towards her Masters in Business Administration at Boise State University. She received her MBA in 2002.
Also in 2002 Traci married Eric Stewart, who was also raised in Glenns Ferry. Together they have three beautiful children Chase, McKaydee and Charlee. In 2009 they were lucky enough to have the opportunity to move back to Glenns Ferry and have never looked back. Since returning home Traci enjoys volunteering with the Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Committee, Disaster Fund/Food Baskets Program, and many other community events.
Together Traci and her husband own Stew’s Place, River City Electrical, G&T Realty, Wilde Ones Daycare and if they aren’t there you can also find them helping out at the long standing family business, Corner Market.
Traci serves on the council for many reasons but one that is near and dear to her heart is her desire to help bring a robust economy to town so that others her age can have the same opportunity she did to move home and raise their children in such a great community.
Alan grew up in Glenns Ferry and has been here most of his life. Alan has been farming in the Glenns ferry area since 2002. He is a member of the Glenns Ferry Economic Development Committee, South West Idaho Rural Development (SWIRD), and on the board of Southern Idaho Economic Development Organization (SIEDO). Alan and Heather have three kids. Alan is serving his first term on city council. Alan graduated from Glenns Ferry High School.
Robert “Bob” Janousek
Born in Boise, City Councilman Robert “Bob” Janousek moved to Glenns Ferry in 1948 and–except for the five years he spent serving in the United States Air Force–has called the community home for 65 years.
An active member of the community he served on the Glenns Ferry Planning and Zoning Commission for 23 years–sixteen of which he was chairman. He served on the first Gem State Committee for Glenns Ferry, the first Economic Development Committee and the first Comprehensive Plan Committee. In the late 1960s, he was Charter Presaident of the local Jaycees.
For 39 years Bob served on the Glenns Ferry Fire Department; sixteen of those years he was the Fire Chief for both the City of Glenns Ferry and King Hill Rural Fire District. He retired from both fire departments last year.
Bob and his son, Derik, have owned and operated Glenns Ferry Tire since 1998. He and his wife, Mary, have been married for 35-years and have a blended family that includes sons, Derrick and Jeff, and daughters Christina and Jeannie. The couple has 11 grandchildren.
In his off-time, Bob enjoys restoring classic cars. Now retired from his fire chief duties he and Mary plan to do some traveling, primarily in the Northwest and Southwest.