Lynn moved to Pioneer in Amador County in 2007, after retiring from over 30 years of a successful career in farm management and agricultural marketing. She and her husband Patrick, and several cats and two dogs fell in love with the beauty and serenity of the Sierras and the good people who live there. Lynn is also proud of her three adult children and six grandchildren who very much enjoy visiting her mountain home from their cities in the Sacramento area. After retiring, Lynn soon got involved in community organizations (Farms of Amador and Upcountry Community Council). Through those experiences, including leading the community to save the Payless IGA grocery store from becoming a Family Dollar store, Lynn was encouraged to run for Supervisor. She hopes to be a strong voice for the needs of District 3 citizens.