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The community of Loma Linda, originally,  Hill Beautiful, was founded in the early 1800’sThe city was first known as Mound City.

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Proud History

The community of Loma Linda, originally,  Hill Beautiful, was founded in the early 1800’sThe city was first known as Mound City.  In the late 1800’s a group of business men and physicians bought the only  hotel in town and turned it into a health resort, and so began the health care community that continues today.  Loma Linda is a nationally recognized center for health and wellness.  The community became an incorporated city in 1970.

Loma Linda is a council-manager form of government. The mayor is Rhodes Rigsby, mayor pro tempore is Phil Dupper, Council members are, Ron Dailey, John Lenart and Ovidiu Popescu.  The city council is elected at large by the residents to a 4 year term. There has been no one to challenge a seat in the last several years.

Our other representatives’ are

San Bernardino  County Supervisor 3rd district James Ramos.

40th Assembly District Marc Steinorth

State Senate 23rd Mike Morrell

US Representative, congressman Gary Miller.

 

The population of Loma Linda is 23,000.  That number on weekdays expands to 85,000. With all the students and medical personnel coming into town.

Health and Hospitals

The community of Loma Linda, originally,  Hill Beautiful, was founded in the early 1800’sThe city was first known as Mound City.  In the late 1800’s a group of business men and physicians bought the only  hotel in town and turned it into a health resort, and so began the health care community that continues today.  Loma Linda is a nationally recognized center for health and wellness.  The community became an incorporated city in 1970.

Loma Linda is a council-manager form of government. The mayor is Rhodes Rigsby, mayor pro tempore is Phil Dupper, Council members are, Ron Dailey, John Lenart and Ovidiu Popescu.  The city council is elected at large by the residents to a 4 year term. There has been no one to challenge a seat in the last several years.

Our other representatives’ are

San Bernardino  County Supervisor 3rd district James Ramos.

40th Assembly District Marc Steinorth

State Senate 23rd Mike Morrell

US Representative, congressman Gary Miller.

 

The population of Loma Linda is 23,000.  That number on weekdays expands to 85,000. With all the students and medical personnel coming into town.

Picturesque Scenery

The community of Loma Linda, originally,  Hill Beautiful, was founded in the early 1800’sThe city was first known as Mound City.  In the late 1800’s a group of business men and physicians bought the only  hotel in town and turned it into a health resort, and so began the health care community that continues today.  Loma Linda is a nationally recognized center for health and wellness.  The community became an incorporated city in 1970.

Loma Linda is a council-manager form of government. The mayor is Rhodes Rigsby, mayor pro tempore is Phil Dupper, Council members are, Ron Dailey, John Lenart and Ovidiu Popescu.  The city council is elected at large by the residents to a 4 year term. There has been no one to challenge a seat in the last several years.

Our other representatives’ are

San Bernardino  County Supervisor 3rd district James Ramos.

40th Assembly District Marc Steinorth

State Senate 23rd Mike Morrell

US Representative, congressman Gary Miller.

 

The population of Loma Linda is 23,000.  That number on weekdays expands to 85,000. With all the students and medical personnel coming into town.

Beautiful Nature

The community of Loma Linda, originally,  Hill Beautiful, was founded in the early 1800’sThe city was first known as Mound City.  In the late 1800’s a group of business men and physicians bought the only  hotel in town and turned it into a health resort, and so began the health care community that continues today.  Loma Linda is a nationally recognized center for health and wellness.  The community became an incorporated city in 1970.

Loma Linda is a council-manager form of government. The mayor is Rhodes Rigsby, mayor pro tempore is Phil Dupper, Council members are, Ron Dailey, John Lenart and Ovidiu Popescu.  The city council is elected at large by the residents to a 4 year term. There has been no one to challenge a seat in the last several years.

Our other representatives’ are

San Bernardino  County Supervisor 3rd district James Ramos.

40th Assembly District Marc Steinorth

State Senate 23rd Mike Morrell

US Representative, congressman Gary Miller.

 

The population of Loma Linda is 23,000.  That number on weekdays expands to 85,000. With all the students and medical personnel coming into town.

Years of History

Elected Officials

City's Inhabitants

Business

Chamber Board


Bill Arnold
Bill Arnold

President of the Board

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Karen McCulloch
Karen McCulloch

Director of Operations

If you’d ever need to figure out a workaround for a complicated business problem, look no further than Diane’s desk for getting a thorough and all-rounded advice. She has been working in the industry for more than 20 years, knowing all the ins and outs perfectly and teaching each member of our team. Regardless of which exact type…

Margie Miller

Victor J. Miller
Victor J. Miller

Vice President

Victor  J. Miller is a resident of Loma Linda since 1953 and was five years old when he moved here with his family. Both his father and his mother were active in real estate sales and development and Victor began working at the family owned real-estate office, University Realty, at the early age of 18. He has worked in the real estate business for over 40 years with his family.

Victor graduated from La Sierra College in 1970 with both a business and psychology degree. He later completed his doctorate degree in psychology from Western American University, San Diego in 1996.  

He sold his real estate office in 2008 and is currently owner and manager of the electronic digital billboard sign which brightly shines at you as you take the Tippecanoe off-ramp from the I-10 Freeway. I-10.

Elsie Chan

Rodney Neal
Rodney Neal

Board Member

Rodney Neal joined Loma Linda University School of Medicine as the Associate Dean for Finance and
Administration in 2006. In 2010, Mr. Neal was appointed as the Senior Vice President for Financial
Affairs for Loma Linda University. While retaining his role as Senior Vice President for Financial Affairs,
in the first quarter of 2015, Mr. Neal was appointed as Director of the Loma Linda University
Foundation. In addition to his roles as Senior Vice President for Financial Affairs and Director of the
Foundation, Mr. Neal serves as Chairman of the Board for SAC Health System, a Federally Qualified
community healthcare corporation, serving the Inland Empire region of Southern California and
Chairman of the Board for Mesa Grande Academy, a K-12 co-ed college-preparatory school in Calimesa,
Ca. He also chairs the country boards for Adventist Health International (AHI)-Zambia and AHI-Malawi.
AHI is an organization created to manage health services in developing countries. Mr. Neal received his
MBA degree from the University of Redlands, Redlands, Ca in 2004.

Bob Stewart

Roni Bailey

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Michelle Gartin

Gary Nelson

Scott Stockdale

Treasure

Bruce Herwig

Jennifer Rowland