Georges Reuter was elected to city council in 2018. He is a native of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Georges Reuter first served as a Paramedic and Firefighter before earning a BA in Public Safety and working for the German Federal Criminal Police as a Detective Lieutenant. He was part of a special unit in charge of the dignitary protection of the German President, Chancellor and Ministers as well as their international guests that included multiple U.S. Presidents and Secretaries.
In 2006, he was knighted to the rank of “Cavaliere OMRI" by the Italian President. In 2007, he was assigned to the Council of the European Union, to serve as a National Expert in the field of personal protection at the service of the Secretary General and the President.
He moved to Eloy in 2010, became U.S. Citizen in 2014. In 2016, he opened a parachute equipment manufacturing company in the old Chambers building on Main Street.
He worked as an instructor at the Eloy SkyVenture Arizona Wind Tunnel, training military and civilian students. He is part of the large Eloy skydiving community and a strong supporter of Law Enforcement and Military.
Andrew worked on several political campaigns. He found his passion for municipal management and law enforcement by gaining experience working for local governments and corporations.
In his spare time, Andrew enjoys traveling and spending time with his daughter Viviana. He has visited almost all west coast states. Andrew volunteers for various causes throughout Eloy and his family has strong ties in Eloy. His brother has been employed with the City of Eloy for 15 years and his grandfather was a Police Officer. Andrew’s father also worked for and retired from the City of Eloy.
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He has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering (BME) from the Georgia Institute of Technology under the co-op program. He has also completed courses in accounting and marketing at the University of Akron and business at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School. His career includes over 40 years in the bearing industry having worked for the Timken Company in Canton, OH and SKF USA Inc. in Lansdale, PA from where he retired in 2009 as Director of Engineering. He has traveled extensively internationally as part of his bearing career. He now provides bearing training, failure analysis and engineering expertise through his consulting business.
He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, Georgia Tech Alumni Association and the Eloy Chamber of Commerce. He has and continues to serve on advisory committees for both U.S. and international bearing standards. He enjoys playing golf and attending baseball games.