The FPUA Board meets every first and third Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. in City Hall located
at 100 North U.S. Highway 1, Fort Pierce, Florida.
Please see below for links to FPUA's agendas and board minutes.
Daniel M. DeIulio, Vice Chairman
|Mr. DeIulio graduated from the University of Florida where he earned a Master of Accounting and Bachelor of Science in Accounting degrees. His professional career began in Fort Pierce in 1981, where he was employed by Davis and Gaines, CPAs and worked primarily in their audit and tax departments. In 1991, he and his wife, Stephanie started Daniel M. DeIulio, CPA, Chartered. Mr. DeIulio was a member of the Citizens Budget Advisory Committee of the City of Fort Peirce in 2010 and 2011. He has also served on the boards of several national and local nonprofit organizations. His two children, Alex and Lauren, attend Indian River State College.|
Darryl Thomas-Bey, Deputy Secretary
Pamela Cully, Secretary
|Ms. Cully attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. While living in Indianapolis, she obtained her real estate brokers’ license and was a million dollar producer for over ten years. In 1990, Ms. Cully moved to Fort Pierce, obtained her Florida real estate license, and was again a million dollar plus producer through 2000. In 1996, she became a volunteer for Main Street Fort Pierce. Ms. Cully was President of Main Street from 2001 through 2004 during which time the Sunrise Theater, an old vaudeville theatre built in 1923, was restored as a performing arts center serving the Treasure Coast. In 2001, she was asked to join Harbor Federal Savings Bank as Public Relations Coordinator. She retired from Harbor Federal in 2007 when the bank was acquired by National City. Ms. Cully sits on the A. E. Backus Museum board, and has done so since August 2008. She was appointed to the Fort Pierce Utilities Authority Board by the City Commission in October 2005, and has served as Chairperson since October 2008. Ms. Cully was elected at the Florida State FMEA/FMPA conference in July 2009 to sit as Vice Chairman of the Policy Makers Liaisons Committee for FMPA (Florida Municipal Power Agency).|
Michael A. Perri, Jr., Chairman
|Mr. Perri has lived in Fort Pierce since 1957. He is a former member of the city’s Planning Board, Board of Adjustment and St. Lucie County Housing Finance Authority. Mr. Perri is currently retired and has previously worked in the automotive industry, as the General Manager of Perri Oldsmobile, Dependable Dodge and St. Lucie Motors. For ten years, he ventured into marine construction and backhoe services. From 1982 until 1987, Mr. Perri served as the business representative for the International Union Operating Engineers, Local 675, which covers 13 south Florida counties. Before retiring, he was a heavy equipment operator for 20 years working on nuclear and fossil fuel power plant construction and maintenance, including Treasure Coast Energy Center.|
Linda Hudson, Mayor
|Linda Hudson is a native of Fort Pierce, Florida. She graduated from Indian River Junior College (now State College) and continued her studies at the University of Florida where she received a B.A. in English and History. She spent 25 years in Chicago, Illinois as an association executive, initially with the American Medical Association. She retired in 1992 as a Vice President for the Illinois State Medical Society. After returning to Fort Pierce, Mayor Hudson became a member of the Downtown Farmers’ Market of Fort Pierce Board, serving as Board Secretary, and also as Chairman for four years. Mayor Hudson is a genealogy library volunteer, a member of the St. Lucie County Library Advisory Board, and most recently served as the President of the Treasure Coast Genealogical Society. Mayor Hudson was appointed to the first Citizens Budget Advisory Committee of the City of Fort Pierce in 2010 and reappointed in 2011. In both years, she served as Secretary for the Committee, which studied and made recommendations for the budgets for the City of Fort Pierce and the Fort Pierce Utilities Authority. She was elected Mayor of Fort Pierce in November of 2012 for a four year term, the first female to be elected Mayor of the City of Fort Pierce.|