Chief Administrative Officer: Bonnie Rutten
Bonnie has lived in Redvers her entire life, and became the Administrator at the Town of Redvers in 2010. She has been working for the town since 2000. She is married and has one son.
Assistant Administrator: Tricia Pickard
Tricia has lived in Redvers since 2001, and started working for the Town of Redvers in 2011. She is married to her husband Randy, and together they have 2 children, Camdyn and Daxson. In 2016 she obtained her Local Government Certificate, and has a diploma in Early Childhood Education. Tricia enjoys spending time doing archery and playing baseball.
Office Secretary: Jena Cowan
Jena has lived north of Redvers since May of 2014, and has worked as the Secretary at the Town of Redvers since November 2015. She has a certificate in Personal Training as well as Early Childhood Education. She enjoys spending time reading, walking, and being with family.
Town Foreman: Mike Zelionka
Mike has lived in Redvers his entire life, and has been the working for the Town of Redvers since April 1990. He has his Level 2 Water/Waste Water Treatment, Class 1 Sewer Distribution & Treatment, H2S, 1st Aid CPR, and Ground Disturbance Certificates. Mike likes to spend his spare time restoring classic trucks.
Assistant Foreman: Dwight Jorgensen
Dwight grew up in Redvers, and is now working for the Town of Redvers in Maintenance. He is married to his wife, Valery, and together they have four children. He is interested in cows, and playing hockey.
Maintenance Man: Cody Chorney
Handivan Driver: Raymond Young
Raymond has been in Redvers since 2010, and has worked as the town’s main Handivan Driver since 2011. He has 2 children and a total of 9 grandchildren. Ray enjoys watching sports (football and hockey), reading the bible, and spending time with his grandchildren.
Relief Handivan Drivers: Ken Thomas & Kathleen Malin
Ken has lived in Redvers for since 2009, and is a semi-retired meat cutter. He is married to his wife, Mary, who spends her time searching for auctions and garage sales. Ken describes himself as an avid poor golfer, and he can be seen out walking his dog, Siri.
Kathleen has lived in Redvers since 2006, and is married to Merle Malin. Together they have 3 sons, of which have blessed them with 6 grandchildren. She enjoys cooking, quilting, and gardening. Kathleen is a retired Case Manager for Home Care.