CAASC past and present Presidents 
 

Amy Fabi 2017 

Amy Fabi has extensive experience working in the non-profit and government sector.  She received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from U.C. Berkeley and earned her Master’s degree in Social Work in 1998 from San Francisco State University.  Amy is also a board member of both the Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association and the Vacaville Police Activities League where she was named Volunteer of the Year.  As an Air Force spouse, she remains active in the military community through her involvement over the last decade with the annual medical law conference held for the attorneys from Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs.

 
Caroline Villarreal 2016

Caroline is a graduate of California State University – Sacramento.  She is employed with State Farm as an Agency Recruiter.

Caroline also volunteers with other community service organizations: APAPA, Kiwanis, Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and Suisun City Firefighters Association.

Jay Gasang 2015 -
I am one of the past scholarship recipient of CAASC.  As a former scholarship recipient, I can attest that the scholarship received makes a huge difference in each student’s life.  By awarding worthy students scholarships, they are able to concentrate on what is most important to them, their education.    

I invite & call on all the past recipients to find the time to give back to CAASC and the community by serving on the board or volunteering.  We need your ideas and input.

Katherine Jordan - 2013-2014
Gaylord Gee -2012
Gaylord Gee is a past president of CAASC, serving the Association for more than 10 years and is re-elected to be president of 2012.  Not only serving CAASC, he is a very strong support to APAPA for many years.
Cindy A. Suen - 2011
Cindy is a graduate from U. C. Davis, California.  She has been a CAASC member for the last 6 years.  She served as secretary for 3 years before she is elected as President for 2011.  Cindy is presently employed at Kaiser Permanente at Vacaville. (Up dated  122810 pending for a new profile) 

Dr. Tony Ubalde - 2010
Dr. Ubalde is a retired pastor and a professor who served 37 years in the ministry with diverse congregations in San Francisco, Sacramento, and Vallejo including African American, Chinese, Filipino, and white congregations.  He also taught as adjunct professor in various  colleges and universities such as the University of San Francisco, City College of San Francisco, Los Rio Colleges, National University, and Touro University in the field of Ethics, Comparative Religion, and Philosophy. Dr. Ubalde also served as a Trustee of the Solano Community College Governing Board. He served three terms in the Governor’s Select Advisory Committee for the Regents of the University of California. Tony is married to Carol Noel, now a retired classroom teacher, and they have two grown sons, married and a grandson. (Updated 021710)

Alvin Leung - 2009
Alvin have been with the association for four years and have enjoyed every moment of it.  Outside of the association, He is a Land Surveyor managing the survey department for Phillippi Engineering in Vacaville. The volunteerism and community service of our association’s officers, board members and volunteers are second to none.  It is all their transparent activities that one does not see that makes the scholarship award celebration a huge success.  He is very thankful to all the CAASC sponsors and contributors that make the scholarship awards possible. (Updated 021610)

Bill Suen - 2008
Bill is a retired Restaurant Owner and an IT Technician. He is also an educator in the Bay Area devotes his time six days a week to educate the minority with computer knowledge in the last ten years.  His students are ranging from five years old to ninety-five.  Besides teaching, he spent much of his time for community works in the API Organizations. He is life member of APAPA, OCA and a Board Member of CAASC since 2003.  He is the President of Sun Family Association and Committee Members of other Benevolent in the Chinese Community. (Updated 021610)

Robert Hertan - 2007
Robert Emmet (Bob) Hertan, is a retired USN, MSC, President, Human Performance Consultants, Inc.  Assistant Professor (Adjunct Faculty) Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) Extended Campus, Western Region;  Chair, American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Committee on Public Safety (COPS) 2005-07. Chief, S.F. Municipal Railway Transit Police (Ret). (Update 022610)

Shelmae Doo Turner - 2006
Shelmae served as President for CAASC in 2006. She is our News Letter Chair, producer and printer the CAASC Chinese New Year and Scholarship Award Celebration Program Books.  She has been working with her parents at Allied Solano Printing for 23 years.  Shelmae married to David for 17 years and mom to Jacob 24, a Pastry Chef; Jami 23, She is pursuing her Master Degree in Journalism at San Diego State University, and Andrew 16 is a high school student.  She has been involved in CAASC for 10 years and in charge of  the CAASC Scholarship Program for 8 years. In the last 2 years, she is busily involved with Andrew's school Band. (Updated 02/26/2010)

Beth Gasang - 2005
Beth Gasang served as CAASC President for the year 2005.  This is Beth’s 14th year helping out with CAASC. She is also known to many as C.C. Yin’s Assistant & Community Relations Director for Yin Liu McDonalds’s.  She earned her Bachelor’s Degree majoring in Economics.  Prior to working at McDonald’s, she worked for Wells Fargo Bank and ERA Realty.  She has donated her time and been involved in many community events in Solano County.  Aside from volunteering for the community, she also helped out at local schools teaching after school programs and also spent some time teaching Catechism at St. Mary’s Church. She also served on the board or as member of the Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA), Vacaville Cultural Diversity Fair, Fil-Ame, Asian Pacific Islander American Coalition (APAC), served as CAASC representative in the joint effort with Vacaville Museum’s exhibit, “A Long Journey Home” and CAASC representative at the Solano Ji’An Sister City visit to Vacaville.  On the home front, Beth & Ed will be celebrating their 33rdth year wedding anniversary in May 2010.  Their son, Jay recently graduated from UC Davis.  The family will not be complete without mentioning the two pets Shadow & Tubby. (Updated 122810)
Thomas Tom - 2003 & 2004
Thomas Tom was CAASC President for the year of 2003 & 2004. He has been in Law Enforcement for 18 years and still going.   Tom and his wife Wendy have four beautifully children; Kevin 19, Breanna 14, Kelsey 11 and Christopher 10.  Tom is very caring father, he always with them when he is not working.
He joined CAASC because he wanted to be a part of the organization to serve the community and give supports to Asian Americans and the community in general.
Tom is also a member of Northern California Asian Peace Officers Association.
As San Francisco native, he finds Solano County is good place for a better living and good atmosphere to raise a family, so he moved to this county in the early 90s.
Yu Sui (Patty) Yates -2002
Patty works as a Human Resources Assistant with the Federal Civilian Service since 1975.  She join CAASC in 1995 when it was just started.
She was born in Nanjing, China and follow her father to Taiwan when she was only one year old.  Grown up in a Military family and was educated in Taiwan. After College she married to a U. S. Air Force Officer and started a new life with a completely different culture and tradition.  Quickly she learned that family harmony is the best value in the free world.
She is proud to be a part of CAASC and always worked hard to raise fund for the CAASC's Scholarship Program.  She also participates in the Asian Pacific American Coalition Association and continue to contribute her works to our community of Solano County 
Gaylord Gee - 2001
Mary Yin Liu
 

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