Raised with humble upbringings, Miguel Villapudua grew up on a Farm just on the outskirts of Stockton. The youngest of 5 children to parents Armando and Rosalva Villapudua.
Feeding livestock, caring for the family crops and other outside chores was a daily routine. Since at an early age, a strong work ethic was instilled along with strong Family values.
Miguel participated and excelled in organized sports as a youth while attending local schools, graduating from Franklin High School in East Stockton and attended San Joaquin Delta College.
With a solid foundation under him, Supervisor Villapudua applied hard work and determination into the work world, with that mindset it paid immediate dividends as he became a successful Realtor in the community.
Looking for more challenges, he seized the opportunity to work with a new start up in the Transportation Business. He quickly rose to Branch Manager and with his team, helped build McKinney Trailer into a West Coast Giant.
Now, having enjoyed a long and successful career , Miguel Villapudua is continuing to look for more challenges where he can make a difference and bring positive change. He recently was on the San Joaquin County Planning Commission for the last 8 years. The newly sworn in San Joaquin County Supervisor for District 1, Supervisor Villapudua intends to use those very same principles of hard work, determination, responsibility and sound decision making that he was taught at an early age and fight for the benefits of the people for District 1 and San Joaquin County.
New Higher paying jobs, Help foster growth, Higher Education, Public Safety and the overall cohesiveness of the Board and our community to help make our County one of the best in the state of California.
Supervisor Villapudua has one daughter, Tailer. She is a Registered Nurse residing in the SF Bay Area. Miguel is an avid Sports Fan. He loves following Local Youth, College and Professional Sports teams. He has 3 beautiful full sized Golden Retrievers and has a passion for cooking.
News & Events
Gospel Center Rescue Mission
Administration Building Grand Re-Opening
444 S. San Joaquin St, Stockton
An unfortunate fire burned the Gospel Center Rescue Missions Administrative Building but with help of strong CEO Wayne Richardson, the Board of Directors, volunteers and supporters, The Administrative Building is back. The ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on Thursday, Oct.12th at 4pm.
Supervisor Miguel Villapudua and Ron Barber are the Guest Honorees and Speakers of this Event.
Walk to End Alzheimer's
Weber Point, Stockton
Supervisor Miguel Villapudua will be a guest speaker and participant at this year’s event.
For more information on this event, please click the link above.
Fun, Free, Safe Children's Halloween Event
Kennedy Community Center
3 - 4:30PM
Families & Kids are welcome to come in their Halloween Costumes and enjoy the activities.
Supervisor Miguel Villapudua along with Local Officials will be in attendance at this Community Event.