Meet the City Council
Joel Belloc was elected as mayor of the City of Eloy in November 2014. Prior to winning the mayoral election, Mayor Belloc served as a member of the Eloy City Council from June 2002 to June. 2012 and as Vice Mayor from June 2012 to December 2014.
Prior to serving on the Eloy City Council, Mayor Belloc served 12 years as a member of the Santa Cruz Valley Union High School Governing Board. He attended and graduated high school in Eloy, graduated from Central Arizona College with an AAS degree in drafting/design, attended Pima College and the University of Arizona where he enrolled in landscape architecture. Mayor Belloc is a long time resident of Eloy; he was employed for over 10 years at Air Research as a facilities engineer and currently manages the family’s farming business “Belloc Inc.” He’s been happily married for over 42 years to Cecilia Belloc and has 3 children, 10 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.
Micah Powell was first elected to the city council in 2012. He was chosen by his peers to be Vice-Mayor in December 2014 and he was selected again in 2016 and 2018. He currently works for the Pinal County Medical Examiner’s Office as a Death Investigator.
His past employment was at J.Warren Funeral Services in Casa Grande, Eloy and Coolidge and he was there for 8 years. He served as the ex-officio for the City of Eloy’s Planning and Zoning Commission, he’s a current member of Eloy’s Infrastructure Committee and Vice-Chairman of the Eloy Cemetery Board. He is involved with the the Pinal County Regional Transportation Advisory Board and a recent graduate from Hispanic Leadership Institute. He’s a strong supporter of bringing in jobs and economic development to Eloy and making sure that the jobs stay in Eloy. Micah works well with everyone regardless of their political party and the area they represent.
He is a proud father of four, two boys and two girls.
Jose Garcia is a lifelong resident of Eloy. In April 2017, he was appointed by the Eloy City Council to fill the seat vacated by former Mayor and Council Member Joseph Nagy. Jose was elected as a council member in 2018 by the voters of Eloy. He currently works as a 7th grade special education teacher at the Eloy Junior High School.
He has a passion for education, writing and serving the people of Eloy. Prior to serving on the Eloy City Council, Jose served as a member of the City of Eloy Planning and Zoning Commission and Airport Advisory Board. His commitment for the betterment of Eloy includes currently serving as:
- Vice-President to the Santa Cruz Valley Food Pantry
- Member of the Corazón de Latinos Unidos
- Member of the Eloy Community Action Team (ECAT)
- Chairman of the ECAT’s Eloy Community Relations subcommittee
- Member of the National Association of Latino
- Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO)
- Member of the Census 2020 Complete Count Committee
Jose was awarded the Eloy Chamber of Commerce S.P.O.K.E. award in 2002 and 2006; Eloy Chamber of Commerce Good Neighbor Award in 2018 and Arizona School Board Association Media Award in 2003.
Jose received his AAS degree in Criminal Justice in 1997 from Central Arizona College; his BA degree in Journalism in 1998 from the University of Arizona; and his M.Ed. degree in Special Education in 2010 from Grand Canyon University. He also completed the Hispanic Leadership Institute in 2015. Besides teaching, his past employment includes editor of The Eloy Enterprise and family support specialist for Ameripsych. In his leisure time, Jose likes writing poetry, short stories, making soap and spending time with his family.
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 Rodriguez was elected to the Eloy City Council in November of 2014. He is a lifelong resident of Eloy. He attended Eloy Elementary Schools and graduated from Santa Cruz Valley Union High School.
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.
Andrew is a member of the following organizations:
- Corazón de Latinos Unidos - Eloy Fiestas Patrias
- Eloy Governor’s Alliance Against Drugs
- Eloy Chamber of Commerce
- National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO)
- Eloy Cemetery Board
- Infrastructure Committee
- Young Elected Official Network (YEO)
- St. Helen of the Cross Church
- Knights of Columbus
I am here to serve you! Together we can make Eloy the city that our children deserve. With your help we can ensure:
- safe neighborhoods
- clean and well-maintained streets
- safe, fun city parks and educational programs
- responsive city government
Daniel (Dan) R. Snyder was elected to city council in 2016. Raised on a farm in N.E. Ohio, he and his wife moved to Eloy from the western suburbs of Philadelphia, PA in 2010.
He received a mechanical engineering degree through the co-op program from Georgia Tech in Atlanta, GA. and completed courses in accounting, marketing and business at the University of Akron and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. He has been certified as a Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.). His career includes over 40 years in the bearing industry retiring in 2009 as Director of Engineering of the U.S. Division of a large international company. In his career, he has spent time in Europe, South America, and the Far East. His experience includes strategic planning, budget preparation and control, training, personnel management and problem-solving techniques. He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers.
In Eloy, he has served on the Planning and Zoning Commission, Transit Study Committee, Economic Development Advisory Committee, Arizona League of Cities and Towns Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Works Committee and Eloy Chamber of Commerce serving as a Director.
He is honored to be on Council and is dedicated to improving life for Eloy’s residents and helping plan for Eloy’s promising future.
I was born November 10, 1945 in a rural area just outside of Lynn, Alabama. I moved to Casa Grande in September 1957 and to Eloy in November 1959 where I attended Santa Cruz Valley Union High School and graduated in the class of 1964. I have been married to my wife of 37 years, have three daughters, eight grandchildren and one great grandchild. After working the summer in the grape vineyards with my Dad, I joined the Navy on September first and was stationed at RTC San Diego for boot camp. I graduated in November 1964 and started a long list of duty stations mostly in the Western Pacific area. On September 30, 1990, 26 years later, I transferred to the Fleet Reserve and four years later, I was honorably discharged from the Navy as a Chief Petty Office (E7).
After working nine and a half years as a store manager for Texaco and Arco in the San Diego area, I returned to Eloy in August 1999 and my wife and youngest daughter, Natasha, joined me in December 1999. In January 2000, I joined the Eloy Lions Club and October 2000, after trying retirement, I went to work at NAPA where I still work. In 2002, I ran for a seat on the city council but lost. In 2004, I ran again and won a seat. I was re-elected in 2008 and 2012.
I like watching TV especially westerns that were filmed back when I was growing up.
I hope to stay on city council for as long as my health will allow. I hope I am a voice for the people because I feel someone has to speak up when they feel the issues require it to be done.