Members of City Council
About City Council
The City Council Members of Lawrenceville are elected by the citizens to serve on the City Council for four-year terms.
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We are pleased to introduce the City Council Members of Lawrenceville. Feel free to contact us for specific answers to your questions.
Keith Roche and his wife, Bev, have lived in Lawrenceville since 1995. Keith has his degree in Business Administration and is retired from PPG Industries after forty-one years in the coatings business. Bev is a retired executive recruiter and is presently active in the wealth management industry.
After retiring, Keith became active in the community. He was elected to the Engage Gwinnett Citizens Committee in 2009. The county was facing difficult times due to the recession, and the committee was charged with finding and recommending cost savings expense reductions.
After Engage Gwinnett, Keith became involved with Gwinnett Senior Leadership. After completing the program he has remained in a leadership role, serving on several program day committees and also on the Steering Committee.
Before being elected to City Council, Keith was a member of the Lawrenceville Planning & Zoning Commission.
Keith and Bev are members of Lawrenceville First United Methodist Church. Both are involved in LEAP (Lawrenceville Employment Assistance Program). LEAP is a faith based program that assists unemployed and under-employed people to navigate through the job search process.
Keith and his wife have a daughter, who is married and lives in Atlanta.