Honorable Rudy A. Paco

Honorable Rudy A. Paco

Mayors Council of Guam

Mayors Council of Guam

Honorable Rudy A. Paco

Bom to the late +Policarpo Cortez Paco & +Fidela San Nicolas Aguon Paco, he is married to Victoria Gumataotao Paco (originally from Santa Rita) and together they have a son Matthew and a daughter Krystal. They are proud of their grandchild Isabella.
 
Education
J.Q. San Miguel Elementary School Agueda Johnston Middle School George Washington High School
 
Work Experience
1986 - 2010 Federal Fire Department
2005 - Present Small Business Owner
 
Community Involvement
Nuestra Senora de Las Aguas Council Member MTM Municipal Planning Council Member
 
Mayor Rudy Aguon Paco is a man who can t sit idle. After retiring from the Federal Fire Department and serving nearly 25 years protecting the people and property of Guam, he wished to continue his service in the tri-village he’s called “home” all his life. That was his inspiration to serve the Mongmong-Toto-Maite municipality, which he is excited to get to work.
 
As mayor, he is prioritizing five key areas. They are to create a safer community by increasing police presence and establishing a Neighborhood Watch Program, deter illegal dumping by monitoring sites and reporting violators to the Guam Environmental Protection Agency, promote community engagement by creating activities for the youth and manamko', partner with local businesses to upgrade sports and recreational facilities, and work with the Department of Public Works to apply non-skid surfacing on roads and improve primary and secondary roads.
 
While this will be his first term in office, Rudy has been a voice of the tri-village in the past. As a concerned citizen, he advocated for mitigating action when threats harmed his family and his neighbors. Those threats included PCB contamination from the Navy operated power plant and sound pollution from low flying airplanes.
 
In three words, he describes himself as energetic, motivated, and reliable.
 
 
Traditional Village Name: Mongmong-To’tu-Maite’ • Population: 6,825
• Village Flower: Plumeria, Frangipani or Kalachucha