Trenton City Hall: 2800 Third St. Trenton, MI 48183 | Phone: (734) 675-6500 Fax: (734) 675-4088
Mayor Kyle Stack was elected as Mayor in November, 2011. Her term of office will expire in November of 2015. Prior to her election as Mayor, she served the City of Trenton as our City Clerk for the past 26 years and has also served for 8 years of the past 34 years in the Parks and Recreation Department. She retired this past September (2011), when she decided to run for the position of Mayor. She is a Henry Ford Community College graduate and held the position of the only Master Municipal Clerk in the County of Wayne for many years.
She has volunteered in many different facets. She is presently a member of the Trenton Rotary Club, which she was the first woman President. She also is a member of St. Joseph Church, a member of the St. Vincent DePaul Committee, Vice-President of the Trenton Goodfellows, she serves on the Trenton Rotary Club Scholarship Committee and the Trenton High School Hockey Team's John McKay Scholarship Selection Committee.
Mayor Stack has lived in Trenton for most of her lifetime and has been married to her husband, Bill for the past 13 years. She is the proud owner of one dog named Luna.
William LeFevre (2019)
Bill LeFevre has been a Trenton councilman since 1991. He is the owner of B&D Vacuum Cleaner with locations in Trenton and Southgate. Bill has been resident of the city of Trenton since 1973. He has been married to Linda LeFevre for 41 years. They have two children, Matthew and Andrea who are graduates of Trenton High School and residents in the city of Trenton. Bill is a member of Trenton Rotary and Faith United Methodist Church.
Mayor Pro Tem
Timber R. Baun-Crooks (2017)
Mrs. Baun-Crooks has been a councilperson from 1991-1999 and 2001 to the present. She is the owner of Timber's Salon in Trenton since 1981. Mrs. Baun-Crooks is a 53 year resident of Trenton and is married to John Crooks - 17 years.
Mrs. Baun-Crooks is involved in many community events and charities including Trenton Rotary and Trenton Business Association. She is always trying to make Trenton a better place!
W. Dan Gillespie (2017)
Robert J. Howey (2019)
Robert J. Howey was first elected to the Trenton City Council in November of 2011. He has been and continues to be very active in the community. He has served the City of Trenton as the chairman of the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) for eight (8) years. He is the City's representative to Southeastern Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG). He is a member of the Brownfield Re-Development Authority. He is President of the Trenton Rotary Club (Board of Director for 9 years) and past President of the Trenton Hockey Association (THA). He was named "Outstanding Young Man of the Year" in 2006.
Mr. Howey not only lives in our City, he also owns a business located in downtown Trenton providing architectural and building services. Mr. Howey is 54 years old and has been married to his wife, Karen Howey, for over 26 years. Robert (Bob) and Karen are the parents of four children; Conner - 17, Spencer - 15, Kara - 11 and RJ - 9. All of the children attend the Trenton Public Schools.
1996 - Present President/Architect
R. J. Howey, Inc., 2363 W. Jefferson Ave., Suite 200, Trenton, Michigan 48183
1998 - Present President/Builder
Master Craftsman, L.L.C.
2363 W. Jefferson Ave., Suite 200, Trenton, Michigan 48183
1980 - 1984 Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Lawrence Institute of Technology, Southfield, Michigan 48037
1976 - 1980 Trenton High School, Trenton, Michigan 48183
Licensed Architect, State of Michigan
Licensed Builder, State of Michigan
Trenton Business Association
Trenton Rotary Club (President/Board of Director - 9 years)
Trenton Downtown Development Authority (Past Chairman - 8 years)
Trenton Hockey Association (Board Member/Past President - 2 years)
Michigan Amateur Hockey Association - District 2: Director (Past Chairman)
Nelson Perugi (2019)
Long-time Trenton resident, Nelson Perugi was elected to the Trenton City Council in November 2015.
Prior to being elected to City Council, he was appointed in 2013 to the City's Planning Commission by Mayor Stack. Along with his wife, Lisa, they have lived in Trenton for 25+ years and three of their four children have attended and graduated from the Trenton Public School System. Their grandchildren are also currently in Trenton Public Schools. Mr. Perugi has been active in Trenton coaching softball, soccer and hockey for over 20 years.
Mr. Perugi has been a Healthcare Professional for 30+ years specializing in Radiology and other imaging technologies. His employment history includes leadership roles at Riverside Hospital, Henry Ford Health System and currently Beaumont Health. Mr. Perugi was recognized as manager of the year by his employer in 2016.
Mr. Perugi is passionate about the on-going success and growth of the City.
Please feel free to contact Nelson Perugi by either calling him at 734.931.0327 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Steven Rzeppa (2017)
Steven Rzeppa was elected to the Trenton City Council in November 2013 at
the age of 21, becoming the youngest elected official in Trenton history.
Steven graduated from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in May 2014 with
a B.A. in Public Policy and minor in Contemporary American History. He
currently works as a Campaign Manager for a candidate for the Michigan
State House of Representatives. In the past, he has worked for the City of
Trenton in both the Parks and Recreation department and the Department of
Public Service, Quicken Loans, and for Congressman John Dingell.
Steven is a product of the Trenton Public School system and has been
recognized for his service to the community by being named the 2012 Trenton
Man of the Year, 2010 VFW Outstanding Voice for Freedom, and the 2009
Outstanding Trenton Youth. Steven's parents, Jim and Patty, brother Brian,
grandparents and several aunts, uncles, and cousins all reside in Trenton.
He likes to be as accessible to residents as possible, and you can contact
him at 734-308-7177 or email@example.com