Steve Miller, District 3 Supervisor and Chairman of the Pinal County Board of Supervisors
Arizona native and resident of Pinal County for more than 40 years, Steve Miller took office in January 2013 as District 3 Supervisor representing the Casa Grande region. Supervisor Miller was nominated by his peers on the board to be the first Chairman of the now five-member Pinal County Board of Supervisors.
The Chairman of the Board of Supervisors conducts the meetings, assists with setting the panel’s agenda and calls for motions and votes during the meetings. Each Board member has a single vote, so the Chairman sometimes has to cast the tie-breaking vote.
Miller 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.
Miller’s professional experience was in the lumber and truss manufacturing business and as a licensed home and commercial builder in Arizona and New Mexico. Miller is past president of the Western Pinal Republican Club and has remained active in civic and political causes throughout his career.
He has volunteered with the Casa Grande Food Bank for more than 15 years. While his children were young, Miller was very involved with little league and youth baseball. Miller was a founding member of the Casa Grande Soccer Club, the community’s first travelling competitive league.
With his wife Laurie, Miller raised three grown children who, as adults now, also call Pinal County home. They have four grandchildren.