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Asbury City Council

Jim Adams, Mayor

Jim Adams has been a resident of Asbury for 11 years. He is a 2002 graduate of Clarke College who currently works as a Team Leader for the SAM Support Group at McKesson Corporation. Jim is the President of the AACRF and prior to his appointment to City Council, served on the park board for 9 years. Jim lives with his wife Karen and they have 6 children and three grandsons. Jim enjoys golf, softball, bowling and volunteering in the community.

Bob Reisch, Council Member

Bob and his wife Shirley have lived in Asbury since May of 2000.  Bob works at Honkamp Krueger and started his involvement with city government by serving two years on the assessment committee.  That was followed by a 4 year term on the City Council.  With having experience and a working relationship with City Staff, Bob hopes to keep the city moving forward and is ready for continued success for the City of Asbury.  In his spare time, Bob enjoys playing golf.

Craig Miller, Council Member

Craig grew up in south central Iowa before attending the University of Iowa, graduating with a business degree. There he met his wife Dione, a Dubuque native. They moved to Asbury in 1993 and have 3 teenagers. Craig was elected to the City Council in 2004 to 2008, leaving Council to spend more time with his family. Craig has been active on the Board of Adjustments and Comprehensive Planning Committee before being reappointed to Council. Craig started his own business in 2009 and has been active with the Dubuque Soccer Club and Adult Soccer League. One of Craig’s goals is to keep Asbury moving forward and continue to be a thriving community that will be a place that his children will be proud to call Home.

John Richey, Council Member

John Richey has lived in his home on Sandwedge Ct for over seventeen years, but became a citizen of Asbury when the subdivision was annexed into the city December 2008. It’s the annexation process that motivated John to run for City Council. He has served 8 years on the council and was re-elected to a third term starting in Jan 2018. John currently serves on the Personnel, Finance and Economic Committees, and is very proud of having served on the building Committee for Asbury’s new City Hall, Library and Police Station. He’s originally from Dubuque and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Clarke College. He is retired from John Deere as a supervisor. John has been married to his wife, Kris, for 44 years and they have three grown children. In his free time, John enjoys golfing at The Meadows Golf Club, hunting and spending time with his grandchildren.

Russ Domeyer, Council Member

Russ and his wife Gretchen have lived in the Sun Valley subdivision of Asbury since 1980. Russ has a degree in Accounting and Business Administration from Loras College. He retired in 2013 from McGraw-Hill Education after 36 ½ years with the company. He most recently served as the Director of Financial Operations for one of the college textbook divisions. Russ and Gretchen are originally from Manchester and have a daughter. In his spare time Russ enjoys golfing.

Larry Nagle, Council Member

Larry Nagle was nominated as a write-in candidate to be a City of Asbury Council Member. Larry has accepted the challenge and is ready to serve his city. Larry moved to Dubuque in 1978 and then to Asbury in 1989. He has obtained degrees from the University of Northern Iowa in Social Science (1972) and the University of Nebraska in Public Administration (1978). Retired since 2014, he was employed by the East Central Intergovernmental Association (ECIA) for over 35 years. ECIA provides governmental, administrative and technical services to about 75 local governments in eastern Iowa. He served on the Asbury Planning and Zoning Commission from 1991-2000 and 2005- 2015. Larry, originally from Tama-Toledo, Iowa, and his wife Connie, from Carroll, Iowa, have three grown children. In his spare time he likes to read and spend time following his wife to garage sales.