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Beverly O’Neill Backs Dick Gaylord for
Long Beach City College

Richard (Dick) Gaylord today announces that former Long Beach Mayor, and Long Beach Community College District Superintendent-President Beverly O’Neill has endorsed his campaign for LBCC Trustee, Area 4.

“Dick’s years of work and volunteerism in the city of Long Beach has provided him a depth of knowledge in both business and education that will assure a positive contribution to the Long Beach City College Board of Trustees.” said Mayor O’Neill who served as Mayor of Long Beach from 1994 – 2006, the City’s only three term mayor.

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BizBrief: LBCC Personnel Commission Chairman Announces Run For Board of Trustees

Richard “Dick” Gaylord, chairman of the personnel commission at Long Beach City College (LBCC), has announced his candidacy for the school’s board of trustees. Gaylord is hoping to fill the spot to be vacated by Long Beach attorney Doug Otto next year.

Long Beach Business Journal

Belmont Shore Realtor Dick Gaylord Runs For Seat On Long Beach City College Board

Gaylord has been on the LBCC Personnel Commission for 20 years and currently is chair there. He said he is ready to take the next step.

“Our City College is a vital link to good jobs and a stronger Long Beach," Gaylord said Monday in his announcement. "A healthy community depends on healthy institutions, and as a 20-year commissioner at the City College I am ready to step in and help lead the college on Day 1.” 

Grunion Gazette

Richard Gaylord announces campaign for Doug Otto’s Long Beach City College Board of Trustees Area 4 seat

Gaylord has served as chairman of the City of Long Beach Civil Service Commission and the Planning Commission.

The Belmont Shore resident has also been recognized for his community service work, with the nonprofit March of Dimes naming him “Man of the Year” and the Long Beach Chapter of the NAACP presenting him with its Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015.

Long Beach Press Telegram