An Arizona native and resident, Stephen Q. Miller, was elected to the Pinal County Board of Supervisors in January 2013. He was nominated by his peers on the board to be the first Chairman of the now five-member Pinal County Board of Supervisors. He has served as Supervisor for Pinal County for two terms and is now working on his third term.
Previous to being elected to the Pinal County Board of Supervisors he served more than ten years on the Casa Grande City Council, giving him valuable experience in public service, budget management, and leading government out of more than one fiscal crisis.
His professional experience was in the lumber and truss manufacturing business and as a licensed contractor for both residential housing and commercial development in Arizona and New Mexico.
Stephen Q. Miller has remained active in civic and political causes throughout his career. Always wanting to give back, he has volunteered over the years for many community organizations; from food banks to youth programs. He is also active in promoting economic development in all sectors; agriculture, manufacturing, and distribution centers, which has created long term employment for many County residents.
He has been named to several water committees by the Governor’s Office and was asked to Chair an ad-hoc committee that was called by Rep. Cook to address the Pinal AMA’s water profile.
With his wife Laurie, Miller raised three children who, as adults now, also call Arizona home. They have six grandchildren.