Steven L. Tripp
Board member since 1995
Mr. Tripp established his family owned business, TriCo Realty and Investments, in 1965 in Draper. TriCo focuses on commercial real estate development and construction. Mr. Tripp has lived in Draper for over 30 years with his wife Sheri. Six of their eight children have also make their homes in Draper.Before being invited to join Draper Irrigation Company’s board of directors in 1995, Mr. Tripp served on Draper City’s Board of Adjustments for 10 years.In 2005, Mr. Tripp’s contributions to Draper Irrigation / WaterPro were recognized publicly when he was nominated by his peers and selected by the Rural Water Association of Utah as the Elected Official of the Year.Mr. Tripp is a Class A stockholder.
2004 to Present
Mr. Daw is a general contractor for Judd Construction and a developer with Imagine Properties.Mr. Daw and his wife Shelley have resided in Draper since 1985. His personal goal is to help Draper remain a thriving community.Mr. Daw is a Class A stockholder.
1999 to present
Mr. DeYoung is the President and CEO of American Pension Services, a company he founded in 1982 to help aggressive investors to individually direct their retirement funds. He is also a national speaker on economics, real estate, investing, and retirement plans.Mr. DeYoung and his wife Michelle have been longtime residents of Draper, and have raised their four daughters here.
2004 to present
Mr. Webb and his wife Elaine were married in 1951 and raised their six children in Draper. They lived in the community for 76 years before retiring from farming and moving to Riverton in 2004. Mr. Webb is also a retired bus driver for the Jordan School District.Mr. Webb’s community involvement includes 12 years on the Draper Planning and Zoning committee, five years on the Board of Adjustments, and over 25 years on the board of directors for the East Jordan Irrigation Company, where he is still serving.Mr. Webb represents Mount Jordan Limited on the Draper Irrigation/WaterPro board of directors, and is authorized to vote their Class A shares.
Kent S. Ware
Appointed January 2011
Kent was born in American Fork in 1953. He lived in Draper from kindergarten to his graduation from Jordan High School in 1972. Returned to Draper in 1994 and has lived here ever since.He and his wife Karen has been restoring one of the early pioneer homes located on Ft. Street, which happens to be directly across the street from his childhood home.Mr. Ware graduated from BYU with a BA in Communications and began his career with Mcgraw-Hill in New York City. He was soon recruited by Deseret Book, where he has been employed for the past 32 years, serving as Marketing Manager, Art Director, Director of Publishing, and most recently Director of Special Projects.Mr. Ware is a Class A stockholder.
George Greenwood founded Greenwood Construction Company in 1979, specializing in retail and high-end office construction. After selling the company in 2002, he and his wife Louann have concentrated on restoring their historic home on Fort Street and enjoying their 6 children and 21 grandchildren.
Dale Smith, a Draper resident since 1965, is co-owner of Dale T. Smith &
Sons Meat Packing Company. He is also a descendant of Ebenezer Smith and
Absalom Brown, some of the first settlers of Draper. He and his wife Joanne
have 5 children and 26 grandchildren.