City Council Members
Councilmember Scott Ericson
Scott Ericson was appointed to the Brigham City Council in April of 2007 and was subsequently elected to a 2 year term on the council. He is excited to continue working to maintain the rich heritage for which Brigham City is known. Scott is currently employed by Congressman Rob Bishop and is responsible for maintaining relationships between the Congressional office and cities and counties throughout northern Utah. He also works with federal agencies on behalf of constituents when problems arise. Scott has been heavily involved in Republican politics at both the state and local level. He is currently serving as the Box Elder County Republican Chairman.
Scott was raised in Salt Lake City, Utah and attended Snow College in Ephraim, Utah. While at Snow, he met and married Karen Wright. Following their marriage, the Ericsons returned to Salt Lake City as Scott completed two Bachelor's Degrees from the University of Utah in Political Science and Public Relations.
The Ericsons have two beautiful little girls and are excited to continue to raise their family in Brigham City.
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Councilmember Tyler Vincent
Tyler was born and raised in Brigham City. He has a great love for this city. Before being elected in 2010 he served as Volunteer in Police Coordinator. Brigham City is a great place to live and raise a family. Tyler is married to Julie and they have three wonderful children, Brandon, Tyson and Emily. Tyler graduated from Box Elder High School, studied business at USU and Automotive Engineering at Weber State University. Tyler owns and operates Burt’s Auto Body and Glass, a three generation family business.
He understands what it takes to run a successful business and feels that in order to make the City successful we have to watch our expenditures and we have to be very frugal with the City funds in these hard economic times. He is energetic and appreciative of the opportunity to support the citizens of this great community.
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Councilmember Ruth Jensen
"Serving committees like Neighborhood Watch, VIPS, Foster care review program, and Foothill Elementary school board, and volunteering for Meals on Wheels, Boy Scouts of America, the Food Pantry and Hospice, has given me great opportunities to work with a diverse variety of people.
"As a resident for over 15 years, I love Brigham City! Our family is unique with his, hers and ours with a total of 7 boys, we have been accepted into this wonderful environment. Brigham residents support each other regardless of our individual faiths, race, and economic backgrounds.
"It is my privilege and honor to serve such a great community, Thank you."
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Councilmember Mark Thompson
He is very grateful for the opportunity to serve on the city council. He is serving on the recreation, Museum Gallery Board, volunteer services, Heritage & Cultural Arts Advisory Board, Historical Preservation Board, and Volunteer Center Advisory Board. He also serves with his daughter on the Youth City Council. Brigham City has a great heritage and the preservation of that unique history while planning for the positive and dynamic future is his focus.
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Councilmember Brian Rex
Brian graduated from Brigham Young University, is a licensed professional mechanical engineer and is employed at ATK Launch Systems. He looks forward to serving the citizens of Brigham City as a council member and on the Library Board of Directors, Public Utility Advisory Board, Purchasing Committee, Airport Advisory Board, Historical Preservation Board, and the Shade Tree Commission.
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