David Amrhein, 60, is a lifetime resident of Zachary. He was elected Mayor of Zachary in November 2010 and officially took office on Monday, January 10, 2011. He is presently serving his third term as Mayor of Zachary. Before becoming Mayor, David was part owner of a successful, locally owned family business, Amrhein and Sons Hardware, for over 30 years. He previously served as a Zachary City Council Member for eight years from 1999-2007 and led the Zachary City Council as Mayor Pro-tempore from 2003-2004. He has been a member of the Century Club, Zachary Chamber of Commerce, Zachary High School Hall of Fame Committee and Board Member and Treasurer of Zachary Youth Baseball, where he coached for numerous years. He was awarded the 2010 Zachary High Baseball Lifetime Achievement Award for "His many years of help and commitment to the Zachary Baseball Program and for his involvement and continued support." In 2014, David was the recipient of the Walter Zeller Fellowship Medal for his efforts in the Zachary community, awarded by the Kiwanis Club. Under his proven leadership, Zachary has been designated 2nd Best City to Raise a Family in Louisiana, Top 5 Best Towns for Young Families in Louisiana, Top 10 Best Towns for Families in the United States, Top 10 Safest Places to Live in Louisiana, 2018 Richest Town in Louisiana by USA Today, and has been awarded “Safest 70” Distinction from LWCC, in addition to the Zachary Youth Park being named a “Field of Excellence.” David is married to Robyn Boudreaux Amrhein, and they have two children, Blake and Dustin. Dustin and his wife, Laura Kate have two sons, Jackson and Emmitt Amrhein. Mayor Amrhein presently serves on the Firefighters Retirement System Board of Trustees and the East Baton Rouge Parish Communications District Board.
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