Grace Paget gives back to the Tracy community not only as a business owner of Captivating Moments Event Planning and Management, but as an active community volunteer working with Tracy Chamber of Commerce, Tracy Hispanic Business Group, City of Tracy Arts Commission, Tracy Women’s Forum Association, and Children at Risk Resources, to name a few. Her humble beginnings in war torn Nicaragua forced her family to migrate to the U.S. and make a better life for themselves. Determined to succeed in life, Paget earned a degree in Visual Presentation and Space Design from The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in San Francisco and went on to work for Cisco Systems Inc. where she excelled in her eventual role as Events and Programs Manager. After a life changing injury and much consideration, Paget decided to leave her corporate career and open her own event planning business. She is married to Michael, her husband of seven years. They have one daughter, Sorayma.
After a successful 39-year career in the (U.S. Army) California National Guard as a pilot, Claude P. Riddle retired with the rank of Colonel and was give the state rank of "Brigadier General." Riddle, better known as "CP," never had any intentions of retiring. In fact, he feels that "Leaders approaching retirement age should be recycled for community work. This keeps you young and the community always benefits."
CP has an extensive background in community service. He has served on the Board for the Stockton Boys & Girls Club, the United Way (Stockton chapter), and the Stockton Asparagus Festival. His work for the Asparagus Festival has been one of his great passions because the profits raised from the vent went to various local charities. Riddle obtained his Bachelors of Science Degree in Business from the University of New York. He resides in Tracy with his wife, Kimberly, and daughter, Sidney. He is the father of two children and grandfather of three. His passions are family, friends, and community. He enjoys working out at the gym, a round of golf, and a great cup of java at his local hangout, Baristas.