Patrick Carr, Development Chair
Patrick Carr recently retired from the California Department of Transportation, having worked in transportation planning and external affairs in the Sacramento, San Francisco Bay, and Redding areas. Prior to "Caltrans," Pat spent over 25 years in various managerial and marketing positions with intermodal transportation and aerospace companies (Sea-Land Service, American President Lines, and Honeywell). Mr. Carr has held leadership and trustee/director/member positions on various charitable and education-related boards, including: Santa Clara University Alumni Board (President); San Francisco Maritime National Park Association Trustee; Friends of Whiskeytown (National Recreation Area, President); Shasta Historical Society (Vice President); Naval Undersea Museum
Foundation; Lake Washington Schools Foundation; Junior Achievement of Greater Puget Sound; and, Washington Council for Technology Advancement. During his college years, Pat worked on trail crews and survey crews in Lassen Park, Yosemite Park, and Shasta-Trinity National Forest. He is a Vietnam Veteran, holds a M.A. in Economics from Washington State University, and is a fourth generation Shasta County resident. He and
his wife Kathleen make their home in Cottonwood.