Martha Peace REYENGA
“Hometown Girl wishes to serve her community as District 3 – Police Juror”
After much thought, I have decided to become a candidate for Bossier Parish Police Juror – District 3. I am dedicated to bringing change to this government body.
Raised in the country (Benton) and educated in Bossier Parish schools, my mother was the late Rona Clements Peace, lifelong resident of Benton. My husband was the late Ralph Windell Reyenga of Benton. I have three daughters who attended Benton schools (Mary Moore Wilks, Rona Moore Durbin, and Winde Reyenga Chambers) and a stepdaughter and stepson (Leslie Reyenga Matthews and Matt Reyenga). My grandchildren currently attend Bossier Parish Community College, Benton, and Legacy schools.
I was employed with the St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company prior to my employment with the United States Postal Service. My career with the USPS consisted of 31+ years, rising through the ranks to retire as Postmaster, Shreveport, in June 2010. I was responsible for over 350 employees--managing a 30+ million dollar operating budget. I graduated the Advanced Leadership Management Program, Potomac, Maryland.
My Postal career revolved around being a servant to the public. I want to continue that tradition by serving the residents of Bossier Parish as Police Juror. You deserve a determined individual, hard-worker, and a servant with strong values!
You will find that my strongest attributes include: an extensive leadership background, managing within budget constraints, maintaining a proper work ethics environment, and being honest.
I will support and work for the residents of District 3--bringing a much needed change to our government body!