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Fran Hill

Retired after 29 years as a safety administrator for a local construction company and looking to volunteer within the community. Joined Friends of SASA as a board member in 2018.

Friends of SASA is a great way to assist the Sutter County Animal Services Authority and help all of the stray and homeless animals within the county.

JP Hill

Retired from a career with the United States Air Force. Began working as a volunteer at the Sutter County Animal Shelter in 2016. Became a Friends of SASA board member in 2018.


Animals are a constant enjoyment to me, and helping homeless animals find a forever home is very rewarding.

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Helen Asher

Helen is a lifelong Yuba-Sutter resident. She considers herself very much an “animal” person always bringing home neighborhood strays as a child and continues to do so as an adult! Helen never knew a time that she didn’t have animals in her life. A Professional Realtor by trade with Century 21 and a Certified Vet Assistant.


Helen enjoys spending her spare time working outside on her Browns Valley Farm with her husband, family time with her kids and grandkids and volunteering at the Sutter Animal Services Authority assisting with the medical needs of shelter animals.

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Joe Bouchard

I retired in 2000 after teaching business for 35 wonderful years. A local nonprofit immediately contacted me to help with their financial records. From there I set up about a half dozen nonprofits. I currently am treasurer of 3- 501[C]’s and financial advisers for a half dozen others. My observation is these are the greatest people to work with.

Linda Brown

Retired after more than 25 years with Old Republic Title Company.  Mother of four grown children and seven grandchildren.  Believes it's a pleasure to serve as a board member of SASA and knows how important the Sutter County Animal Shelter is to this community.

Frank Hopkins

In 2013, I retired from my role as Director of Investigations with a major drug company.  My time is now spent enjoying retirement, volunteering with a local non-profit group (Bridges to Housing) in finding affordable housing for the homeless and low-income families, but most importantly, spending quality time with my wife and our two grandchildren.


Having the opportunity to be a board member of SASA is a unique opportunity for me to share my love and passion for animals. My wife and I are fortunate to have 4 loving dogs that enrich our lives on a daily basis.

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Linda DelaCourt

Friends of Sutter Animal Services Authority (SASA) 200 Garden Hwy. Yuba City CA. 95993

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