Bob Soule has been employed with the City of Huntington Beach for nine years. He began his career with the City in 2006, as a GIS Intern after graduating from Cal State Long Beach. In 2008, he became a full time GIS Analyst for the City’s fire department. In 2010, Bob transferred to Building Maintenance where he is currently a Facilities Technician. Bob's computer, analytical and research skills are valued assets to the department. He is the department’s "go to" person when research is needed for parts specifications, retrieving schematic drawings and equipment operating manuals. He is relied upon when we need attention to detail on projects such as the picture hanging system in the council chambers.
Bob is a resident of Fountain Valley. In August, he celebrated his one year wedding anniversary with his wife, JoBeth. Bob is an avid sports fan of the Angels, Lakers and Seahawks enjoys attending classic rock concerts, fishing and hiking. A few of Bob’s proud achievements have been winning his fantasy football league, making a hole-in-one and catching a 10-pound bass.
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