Occupation: Semi-retired businessman
Occupational Background: Owner/Manager of Prineville Motor Supply over 20 years. Previously owned Prineville Cylinder Head Machine Shop.
Educational Background: Graduate Crook County High School, Graduate Lane Community College, Associates degree in Welding and Fabrication Technologies.
Prior Governmental Experience: Chair, Crook County Vector Control District past 10 years. Past Chair, Crook County School District Technology Committee.
In addition to being a Prineville resident since 1971, as well as a longtime Prineville businessperson, Ken Fahlgren has also served on numerous boards and committees in various leadership positions. His past experience includes nearly 21 years as a member and board member of the Crook County Rotary Club, having filled positions in that organization as Treasurer and Committee Chair. Also served on the Board of Directors for Automotive Electrical Distributors in Portland, Oregon, as one of five elected from the Pacific Northwest to oversee a co-operative warehouse with 70 employees and yearly sales of 25 million dollars.
Married since 1980 to Stephanie, they have two sons; Marcus, 21, a student at Linn-Benton Community College, and David, 19, completing his first year as an electrician's apprentice working in Prineville. They are active members of Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Prineville.
"As your Commissioner, I will work hard to serve the citizens of Crook County in a fair and consistent manner, striving always to be well informed on the issues so that the best possible decisions can be made. I believe that my long business experience in Prineville, as well as the deep roots our family has in the community will only make me a better Commissioner."
(This information furnished by Ken Fahlgren For Crook County Commissioner Position 1.)