|Name||Edward M. "Ted" Gaines|
|Address||1911 Douglas Blvd |
Roseville, California , United States
|| April 25, 1958
Mar 24, 2018 02:45pm
|Info||Ted Gaines’ family has been a part of Placer County since his great, great grandfather James Kaseberg owned a sheep ranch next to the Placer County Fair Grounds in Roseville. |
Ted Gaines began his service in government on the City of Roseville's Planning Commission from 1997 to 1999. Ted Gaines was elected as Placer County Board of Supervisor, District 4 in January 2001. He was reelected to his 2nd, 4-year term in March 2004. Committees that Ted serves on include: Placer County Air Pollution Control, Golden Sierra Job Training Partnership, Chair of Placer County Transportation Authority (PCTPA), Chair of Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG), SACOG Housing and Land Use Committee and Sacramento Area Commerce and Trade Organization (SACTO). His primary areas of policy interest include public safety, transportation, parks, land use and government efficiency.
In addition to his service in local government, Ted has been very involved in professional and community service activities. In 1994, he served as President of the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of Sacramento and was the Vice Chair of the Republican Central Committee in 1999. He also belongs to the Roseville Rotary Club, is a graduate of the Roseville Chamber Leadership Program and is a member of Bayside Covenant Church. Ted Gaines chaired the South Placer National Day of Prayer Breakfast in 2004 and serves on the Honorary Committee for the Peace for Families Capitol Campaign. He also serves on the Sacramento Intermodal Transportation Facility Regional Elected Body Advisory Committee (REBAC), Honorary Chair for PCPTA’s Bike Commute Week, Board of Directors for Umpqua Bank and the Wells Fargo Community Advisory Committee.
Ted Gaines is an owner and partner of Point West Insurance Associates, which has been in the insurance business since 1952. Ted is a member of Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of Sacramento and served as President in 1994. Ted earned his degree in Business Administration from Lewis & Clark College.
Ted and his wife Beth live in Roseville with their six children. He enjoys traveling, skiing, running, reading, politics and volunteering with the youth at his church.