Roy Johnson
Available reports...
  • M1 2/12/2018
  • M2 3/12/2018
  • M3 4/10/2018
  • M4 5/10/2018
  • M5 6/11/2018
  • P1 6/29/2018
  • P1 6/29/2018
  • TRQ 9/20/2018
Candidate's Statement

I am proud to have served the City of Holly Hill as: Mayor for 2 consecutive terms 2010-2014 The Civil Service Board 5 years including Chairman Volusia County Human Services Board ~3 years For the last 45+ years I have: Maintained successful business in Holly Hill Purchased my home in Holly Hill Owned commercial property in Holly Hill Helped support other businesses to grow, prosper and stay in Holly Hill I am a long term member of: The Holly Hill Chamber of Commerce The Rotary Club The American Legion-Post 120 Member of multiple Holly Hill churches I served in the U.S. Air Force for 7 years. I've always been more of a listener and not a big talker. Being an area businessman for more than 40 years has taught me to make critical decisions and how to get things moving. I was a U.S.A.F. Veteran for 7 years in the Vietnam era. Military service is a time proven and honorable way to learn and apply many new skills such as teamwork, leadership and the ability to not only do a good job but to finish it. Businesses even today prefer veterans not only because of their training and proven abilities but for their sense of honor and trustworthiness. I worked for Florida Power & Light for many years in a position that requires not only teamwork but leadership abilities. We were required to do the job right the first time as the lives of employees depended on it. Also, I was required to learn and keep up to date on the newest, most sophisticated electronic equipment and software available. This required many hours of instruction and training. I also held and still remain updated on worldwide accepted certifications such as ASE and Fluid Power Society. After the 1992 devastation of Homestead by Hurricane Andrew I was sent, along with many other fellow workers and volunteers, to help restore the electrical infrastructure. We endured long, hot, muggy days and nights, insects, debris and other hazards strewn about. Sometimes we had to work with armed guards to insure our safety while we did our job. To have to see the devastation that so many people had to deal with was sometimes just overwhelming. But our training, teamwork and caring kept us going. We knew the only thing to do was to keep working until the job is finished. During the 2004 Hurricane Season, particularly after Hurricane Frances, I spent up to 16 hour workdays working side by side with many other FP&L employees to restore power to our area. We did this not just because it was our job but because critical businesses were without power, including the nursing home my wife was in. The job had to be done for thousands that were without power; some for up to 10 days. Many families were without power including my own. The fallen trees laid in my yard days after others had cleaned their yards up. 16 hour workdays just don't leave much time for cleanup especially when there's just no energy left for the day. I have the leadership, teamwork and decision making abilities that have been tested in the worst of situations. It's when you are hot, tired, the job seems endless and your family is paying a price that you really learn what you are capable of doing.
Note: The candidate's photograph and statement are supplied by the candidate and are not endorsed by the County Supervisor of Elections or checked for accuracy.
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