Jeff Serdy was born in 1959 in Noble County, Ohio, a county that, at the time he left for Arizona, had only 10,000 residents. So becoming a Supervisor in Pinal County, which houses approximately 500,000 residents, is quite a leap! But never forgetting his roots in growing up in that rural lifestyle can only aid him in his role as Pinal County transitions from a traditionally agricultural environment to suburban and urban in several parts of the County.
After graduating high school, Jeff went to work at a local natural gas company, which led to him being hired into the gas and oil production field. Along the way, he also had stints in wildlife management, which prompted his move to Apache Junction in 1985.