McMorris Rodgers Hires Sheila Stalp as Northern Deputy District Director

Dec 28, 2008

(Washington, D.C.)  Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers announced today that Shelia Stalp will be the new Northern Deputy District Director and will run her Congressional office in Colville. She will cover the four northern counties of Eastern Washington including Okanogan, Ferry, Stevens and Pend Oreille.

“Sheila will be a tremendous addition to our team,” said McMorris Rodgers. “She has lived and worked in Colville for nearly 40 years and understands the issues that are important to the region including economic development, access to rural health care, and supporting our agriculture and resource industry.”

Stalp earned her Bachelors degree from Idaho State University and her Masters degree from Gonzaga University. She taught history at Colville High School from 1969-2004. Stalp is actively involved in the community and has served on the Jeff Weeman Memorial Board of Directors, Park Board, Jr. Miss Committee and the Diversion Board-Panel.

Stalp will replace Cathy LeBret in managing the Colville office. Stalp will also attend regional meetings and assist with casework.

“Cathy LeBret deserves a tremendous amount of thanks for her years of service to Eastern Washington,” continued McMorris Rodgers. “For 14 years she has committed her time and energy to helping solve problems for people throughout the northern region. I wish her all the best.”

The northern region district office is located at 555 Main Street, Colville, WA 99114. Stalp can be reached at (509) 684-3481.

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