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.
City Council Member, City of Glenns Ferry elected 2010
She is a representative for Elmore County, on Idaho council of governments since 2010.
She is active in Idaho Food Bank and serves on Food Pantry Advisory Council representing Senior Center and needs relating to elder nutrition in the State of Idaho. This is a 13 member panel and works with the Idaho Food Bank Board of Directors in Boise.
She holds office in Three Island Senior Center, VFW Auxiliary 3646 of Glenns Ferry and on many other committees serving Eastern Elmore County.
Her interests outside of public service include gardening, fishing, and travel.
Volunteer service is the most important part of her daily life. Meals on Wheels program and funding solutions to the many issues facing residents of Eastern Elmore County Economic Development being a top priority with job retention for the City of Glenns Ferry.
Billie can always be reached by calling Glenns Ferry City Hall 208-366-7418 her cell phone 208-590-0488 or Three Island Pantry 208-366-2051 and leave a message.
Chris Bryant grew up and attended school in Glenns Ferry. Upon graduation from Brigham Young University in 1993, Chris and his wife, Dawni, moved to Glenns Ferry to work in agriculture and raise their family. Together, they have six children. Chris has been a member of City Council since 2006.