Lunch with John McMahon and Luis Cetina
11:30 am Social • 12:00 pm Lunch
Sierra Lakes Country Club
16600 Clubhouse Drive,
Fontana, CA 92336
ABOUT JOHN MCMAHON, Sheriff-Coroner, San Bernardino County
John McMahon serves as the 35th elected Sheriff-Coroner of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department and is a long-time resident of the High Desert. On December 31, 2012, he was appointed Sheriff by the Board of Supervisors. The voters elected Sheriff McMahon to his first term in June of 2014.
Sheriff McMahon has over 33-years of law enforcement experience, beginning his career in 1985, as a patrol deputy at the Needles Station. He has been promoted to every rank in the department and has worked at 15 stations throughout his career.
Sheriff McMahon has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Management from Union Institute & University. He is a Certified Jail Manager through the American Jail Association and a graduate of the Los Angeles Police West Point Leadership Program.
Sheriff McMahon serves on the board of the California State Sheriff’s Association, Major County Sheriff’s Association, Cal Office of Emergency Services – Law Enforcement Mutual Aid. In November 2017, he was appointed by Governor Brown to the California Commission on Peace Officers’ Standards & Training (POST) Commision.
Sheriff McMahon has successfully led the department through several high-profile incidents. His ability to lead the dedicated men and women of the department is the reason the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is regarded as one of the premier law enforcement agencies in the nation.
During his tenure, Sheriff McMahon has implemented long-term solutions to reduce crime and improve the quality of life for the residents of the county. Sheriff McMahon is committed to fairness, strong work ethic, and accountability for all the members of the department. He also recognizes the sacrifices made by every volunteer, employee, and their families.
Sheriff McMahon is honored and privileged to lead the department. He humbly credits his wife, Shelly, and the support of his family, strong faith, and hardworking team for being able to provide the best law enforcement service to the largest county in the nation.
ABOUT LUIS CETINA, Vice President, Cucamonga Valley Water District
Vice President Cetina was elected to the Board of Directors in November 2012. Director Cetina currently serves on the Finance and Water Resources Committees. He also serves on the Association of California Water Agencies Region 9 Board of Directors and the Federal Affairs Committee.
He is a principal governmental and regional affairs representative for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD), where he has been employed since 1986. In his capacity at MWD, Director Cetina promotes water policy among government, chambers of commerce, and economic partnerships. His experience at MWD includes survey work, construction plan review, water supply forecasting, and legislative and policy analysis. He serves as president of the San Gabriel Valley Public Affairs Network and vice chair of the San Gabriel Valley Legislative Coalition of Chambers.
Director Cetina earned his Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering with an emphasis on the environment from the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Director Cetina and his wife reside in Alta Loma with their six children, where he is active with his church and youth soccer league.
Director Cetina’s term of office is December 2017 through December 2021.
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