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Fremont, California
including Centerville
Mayors, Postmasters


Mayors of Fremont, 1956-2014 (may be incomplete!)
Jack Stevenson 1956-58 Michael Overacker 1958-60 Jack Stevenson 1960-61 Carl Flegal 1961-62 Jack Parry 1962-64 Don Dillon 1964-67 Geoffrey Steel as of 1967-69 Gene Rhodes as of 1969-71 Bill van Doorn 1971-72 Jack A. Pimentel 1972-74 Don Dillon 1974-75 Gene Rhodes 1978-80 Leon J. Mezzetti 1980-85 Gus Morrison 1985-89 William Ball 1989-94 Gus Morrison 1994-2004 Robert Wasserman 2004-11 Gus Morrison 2012 Bill Harrison 2012-

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1978 Mar 7: Gene Rhodes, elected; Jack A. Pimentel, defeated; Marilyn Blawie, defeated; Andrew S. J. Pomykalski, defeated; Vernon Kennerson, defeated.
  • 1980 Apr 8: Leon J. Mezzetti, elected; Gus Morrison, defeated; Vince Cue, defeated; Gertrude Turner, defeated.
  • 1982 Apr 13: Leon J. Mezzetti, elected; Jack A. Pimentel, defeated; Orbia Camacho, defeated; Jan Stillwell, defeated.
  • 1985 Nov 5: Gus Morrison, elected; Leon J. Mezzetti, defeated; Yoshio Y. Fujiwara, defeated.
  • 1987 Nov 3: Gus Morrison, elected; Joan Myrick, defeated; Brenda Barao, defeated.
  • 1989 Nov 7: William Ball, elected; Gus Morrison, defeated; Jack A. Pimentel, defeated; Tim Rollisson, defeated; Linda Susoev, defeated.
  • 1991 Nov 5: William Ball, elected; Bob Hall, defeated; Lindy G. Batara, defeated; Linda Susoev, defeated.
  • 1994 Nov 8: Gus Morrison, elected; William Ball, defeated; Linda Susoev, defeated.
  • 1996 Nov 5: Gus Morrison, elected; Robert Wasserman, defeated.
  • 2000 Nov 7: Gus Morrison, elected; Matt Edwards, defeated; Linda Susoev, defeated.
  • 2004 Nov 2: Robert Wasserman, elected; Bill Pease, defeated.
  • 2008 Nov 4: Robert Wasserman, elected; Steve Cho, defeated; Gus Morrison, defeated; Paul Reeder, defeated.
  • 2011 Dec 29: Robert Wasserman, died in office.
  • 2012 Nov 6: Bill Harrison, elected; Steve Cho, defeated; Anu Natarajan, defeated; Aziz Akbari, defeated; Linda Susoev, defeated.


    Postmasters at Fremont, 1956-72 (may be incomplete!)
    Manuel W. Lewis 1956-62 Frank Paul Siatt 1962-63 Frank Paul Siatt 1963-72


    Centerville
    (merged into Fremont, 1956)

    Postmasters at Centerville, 1893-1956 (may be incomplete!)
    Frank T. Dusterberry 1893-98 Samuel C. Archibald 1898-1902 Frank T. Hawes 1902-26 Adeline M. Rogers 1926 Adeline M. Santos 1926-34 Manuel W. Lewis 1934-35 Manuel W. Lewis 1935-56

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