TROY WILDRICK, Candidate for New Garden Township Board of Supervisors
Troy Wildrick has lived in New Garden since 2005 with his wife, Christina, after moving here from Delaware. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in engineering and started his career with Grumman as an aerospace engineer. From there he went on to oversee the management of a coal-fired energy plant in New Jersey and now works managing data center infrastructure. In this role Troy is responsible for technical oversight along with oversight of both capital and operating budgets in this capacity; financial stewardship is key to the success of his position. Troy enjoys the beautiful open space of our township, often hiking in the parks and woods with his two Labradors. Wildrick & Gallivan For Supervisor Facebook
TED GALLIVAN, Candidate for New Garden Township Board of Supervisors
Ted Gallivan moved to New Garden in 2005 with his wife, Glynis, and three daughters. Ted serves as a chief financial officer of investment funds with $5 billion in assets for a Philadelphia investment advisor. His focus is on financial controls, stewardship of assets, adherence to rules and standards, and regulatory reporting. Ted started his career practicing as a certified public accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers and has worked for over 30 years as an accountant in the investment management industry. In his spare time, Ted enjoys hiking and biking in and around New Garden, especially exploring the railroads that used to cross the township. Wildrick & Gallivan For Supervisor Facebook
GIGI MUELLER, Candidate for New Garden Tax Collector
Gigi Mueller has resided in southern Chester County since 2006 and moved to New Garden in 2016. She has worked as a Radiologic Technologist for 56 years and was at St. Francis Hospital in Wilmington for 37 of those years. As Tax Collector, Gigi will continue to utilize the Treasurer’s Office to save money and ensure the timely mailing of bills and collection of taxes.
NAOMI SIMONSON, Candidate for New Garden North JOE
Naomi Simonson graduated from Kennett High School in 2017 and is currently a senior at West Chester University. After organizing the Black Lives Matter protest she wanted to become more involved with the community being bilingual, served as a translator for Spanish speaking voters in the New Garden district during the 2020 presidential election. She hopes to continue to serve her community further by serving as Judge of Elections and help ensure everyone has a fair, democratic voting experience.