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#22 - 2022 Grand Marshall Marc Roberts, Driven by Richard Jones

Here’s our 2022 Grand Marshall!

Former City Manager Marc Roberts just retired after 35 years with the City.

Among many projects, Marc played a lead role in the South Livermore Specific Plan, the revitalization of Downtown and the City’s recovery from the recession.

The 1967 GTO Convertible is driven by owner Dick Jones with his wife Dodie at his side. (They have been married for 54 years and have owned the car for 54 years.)


 

 

 

 
#23 - 2021 Grand Marshall Dom Saccullo, Driven by Bob Sheatsley

Here is last year’s Grand Marshall Dom Saccullo, with his wife, Marti. A Long time Livermore resident, in 1970 he opened Dom’s Outdoor Outfitters, which closed in 2021. Dom and his family have been involved in many charities and organizations over the years and they love being part of our Livermore community. Their driver is Bob Sheatsley.


 

 

 

 
#24 - Livermore Heritage Guild's, 1944 Mack Fire Engine with Alan & Mary Burnham

This is a 1944 Mack Fire Engine. It was built during WWII and was Livermore’s third commercial fire engine. A “fire engine” transports hoses and is equipped with a powerful pump typically capable of delivering water at 700 gallons per minute. Driven by Ron Chaffee and Jeff Kaskey

Riding on the truck is Alan Burnham. He moved to Livermore in 1977 to work at LLNL. He founded Quest Science Center and owns a building with his wife Mary that houses the Tri-Valley Haven food pantry and the Common Point Center for Nonprofits.


 

 

 

 
#25 - Aaron Burnham and the Brushfires

Performing for us today is Alan and Mary's son, Aaron Burnham and the Brushfires.


 

 

 

 
#26 - Livermore Mayor and City Council Members

Mayor Bob Woerner, the City Council, and their families welcome everyone back to Livermore’s 104th Rodeo!

The City Council thanks the community for their continued support for each other and sticking together for these past two years. They give special thanks to the Livermore Stockmen’s Rodeo Association for their countless contributions to our community.


 

 

 
#27 - Livermore School of Dance
1st Place: Commercial Entry

Livermore School of Dance offers classes in ballet and jazz for ages 3 to adult. They are a non-competitive studio that fosters the love of dance in a nurturing and professional environment.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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