House Speaker J.D. Mesnard (R-17) announced recently that PDG Chuck Fitzgerald has been named sergeant-at-arms of the Arizona House of Representatives.
Chuck most recently served as executive director of Vineyard Community Charities. He previously served as director of the Governor's Office of Faith and Community Partnerships from 2014-2015 and director of the Department of Economic Security’s Office of Faith and Community from 2007-2014. Prior to taking on duties in state government, Chuck enjoyed a long career in the private sector, especially in technology-related businesses. Chuck also served in the United States Marine Corps from 1974-1978.
Speaker Mesnard said: “Chuck Fitzgerald has a reputation for civility and cooperation, and I’m excited to welcome him to the House team as our new sergeant-at-arms. Chuck has some big shoes to fill, but I know that he will do a great job for the House.”
Chuck succeeds Bob Robles, who passed away in September, as the House’s sergeant-at-arms.