I love Payson and have enjoyed being involved in the city’s progress since moving here seventeen years ago. While serving on the City Council the last 4 years and formally as president of the Payson Chamber of Commerce, I have striven to make Payson a better place to live, work, shop and dine. Recently Governor Herbert appointed me to be a board member of Mountainland Technical College (METCH).   I work at Central Bank as a Vice President and serve as the manager of the Payson office. My wife Debbie and I have five children and ten grandchildren. I earned my Master’s degree at BYU.

I chair Payson’s Economic Development Committee, and we have been working to bring UVU and METCH to Payson along with Home Depot, new car dealerships, a restaurant, a hotel, and a downtown culinary program (a project formulated by Winn and I).

As a council member, I discovered an overlooked opportunity and initiated the refinancing of our bonds which will save the city $817,161.  I also launched and sponsored the PARC initiative that has provided funds for many Payson non-profit organizations.

Mayor Wright stated: “It would be an honor for me to support Brian for a second term.”