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Bob Tate

Director

Cedar City Corp

HQ Phone:  (435) 586-4484

Email: t***@***.org

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Cedar City Corp

581 North Main Street

Cedar City, Utah,84720

United States

Company Description

We offer a very personalized service and our clients’ peace of mind and their pets’ well-being are our highest priorities. Our goal is to combine our reliable, responsible, caring experience to give you the convenience and confidence to leave your loved ...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Southern Utah University


Director of Sports

Utah Summer Games


Affiliations

Utah Recreation and Parks Association

Board Member


Education

Master's degree

Brigham Young University


degree

Parks and Recreation Administration

Utah State University


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Bob Tate puts his arm around his granddaughter Kinley Millett, 12, as daughter-in-law Erin Tate and other family members surround him at his retirement party Friday.
Bob Tate puts his arm around his granddaughter Kinley Millett, 12, as daughter-in-law Erin Tate and other family members surround him at his retirement party Friday. / Kina Wilde / Daily News Bob Tate was the guest of honor at his retirement party Friday at the Cedar City Aquatic Center, just one of many recreational facilities he oversaw the construction of. The event saw friends and family members of Tate, as well as the dozens of employees he oversaw, come together to share memories and the accomplishments of the man who served as the director of Cedar City Leisure Services since 1994. During his tenure as director of leisure services, Tate oversaw the conception and construction of many of Cedar City's recreational facilities including Bicentennial Park, Exit 59 Skate Park and the new recreational complex including the Aquatic Center, the Fields at the Hill and the Lake at the Hill. "He encouraged everyone in the city to be active and be involved," said Cedar City Councilwoman Georgia Beth Thompson. "I will always be impressed with how hard he worked to help the city." Tate has also been Sports Director at the Utah Summer Games since 1994 and has no plans on giving up that position any time soon. "You'll still see me around," Tate said. "I'm still going to be with the Summer Games and I won't stop being around town." Tate was quick to deflect any praise to his staff or family but said he was most happy with the recreation center at the hills. "What we did up here is pretty good, I think," Tate said.


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Bob Tate puts his arm around his granddaughter Kinley Millett, 12, as daughter-in-law Erin Tate and other family members surround him at his retirement party Friday. Kina Wilde / Daily News | Cedar City recreation icon retires
Bob Tate puts his arm around his granddaughter Kinley Millett, 12, as daughter-in-law Erin Tate and other family members surround him at his retirement party Friday. Bob Tate puts his arm around his granddaughter Kinley Millett, 12, as daughter-in-law Erin Tate and other family members surround him at his retirement party Friday. / Kina Wilde / Daily News Bob Tate was the guest of honor at his retirement party Friday at the Cedar City Aquatic Center, just one of many recreational facilities he oversaw the construction of. The event saw friends and family members of Tate, as well as the dozens of employees he oversaw, come together to share memories and the accomplishments of the man who served as the director of Cedar City Leisure Services since 1994. During his tenure as director of leisure services, Tate oversaw the conception and construction of many of Cedar City's recreational facilities including Bicentennial Park, Exit 59 Skate Park and the new recreational complex including the Aquatic Center, the Fields at the Hill and the Lake at the Hill. "He encouraged everyone in the city to be active and be involved," said Cedar City Councilwoman Georgia Beth Thompson. "I will always be impressed with how hard he worked to help the city." Tate has also been Sports Director at the Utah Summer Games since 1994 and has no plans on giving up that position any time soon. "You'll still see me around," Tate said. "I'm still going to be with the Summer Games and I won't stop being around town." Tate was quick to deflect any praise to his staff or family but said he was most happy with the recreation center at the hills. "What we did up here is pretty good, I think," Tate said.


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CEDAR CITY - Director of the Cedar City Aquatic Center, Bob Tate, said the center will have its soft opening Jan. 13, 14 and 15.
ate had... CEDAR CITY - Director of the Cedar City Aquatic Center, Bob Tate, said the center will have its soft opening Jan. 13, 14 and 15. Tate had tentatively scheduled the opening for last month, but a list of last-minute fixes had not been completed. "It's been really kind of frustrating," Tate told the Cedar City Parks and Recreation Committee Wednesday afternoon when explaining the delay. To welcome residents to the more than $7 million recreational facility that was approved by voters in 2008 and paid for by the city, Tate said pass holders will be able to use it Jan. 13 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. as incentive for those who bought their passes already. Others will have a chance to use the center for free on Jan. 14 and 15 before prices kick in Jan. 17, he said. Currently, the center has space for equipment but Tate said he did not have the funding to purchase enough for a workout room. For now, Tate said, the indoor pools and concessions would be open for the coming event, with the four new ball fields opening April 17 in time for softball season. The outdoor pool is closed during the winter.


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CEDAR CITY - Once funds were secured, the time came for planning, setup and delivery of what Cedar City Leisure Services Director Bob Tate calls, ...


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Bob Tate, Cedar City director of parks and recreation, said it was the second vandalism spree to hit the city in the last two weeks."We need to be more proactive and have citizens report this," Tate said.


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