Honorable Johnny A. Quinata
Umatac Mayor Johnny Aguon Quinata was born on May 4, 1961. He is the son of the late +Juanita A. Quinata and reared mother Priscilla Quinata.
Johnny is married to Evangeline S. Quinata and proud parents of their daughters Kaedlin Jae Siguenza and Siera Sanchez. Mayor Quinata’s parents-in-law are Joaquin Quinata and Maria S. Quinata. He has two siblings, Allen and Leslie.
Mayor Quinata attended F.Q. Sanchez Elementary School, Agat Junior High School and is a graduate of George Washington High School.
Throughout his career, Mayor Quinata performed numerous duties and held various positions; he worked a summer job at the Department of Agriculture as part of the Youth Conservation Corps. He was an instructor and boat driver for Jet-Ski and wind surfing operations. He also served as a maintenance worker for the Department of Parks and Recreation.
Mayor Quinata was an environmental hazardous waste handler for the U.S. Navy Public Works Center (PWC), the Fleet Industrial Supply Center (FISC), and Raytheon Company.
He also held the position of foreman for Fletcher and Pyk Construction Company. Prior to being elected Mayor, he worked as a supervisor for World Way Corporation. Mayor Quinata is an active member of the San Dionisio Parish in Umatac, and is committed to doing more for the community.
Before being elected for Mayor, he has been helping the community with different services when and where he was needed, from assisting with cooking to providing logistical help. Believing his work is not complete; Mayor Quinata looks to accomplish what he started.
In 2016, he was successful and awarded a community development block grant from the Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority to renovate and rehabilitate the Umatac Baseball Field.
Mayor Johnny Quinata is dedicated and motivated to serve the entire Umatac community, looking to foster a better, safer and stronger community for all.
Traditional Village Name: Humatak • Population: 782
• Village Flower: Pink Plumeria, or Frangipani