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Tom Bearup

Broker and President

Bearup International Ministries

Direct Phone: (602) ***-****direct phone

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Pastor

Family Bible Fellowship


Manager

Department of Housing and Urban Development


Reserve Officer

Maricopa County


Executive Assistant

Arpaio


Affiliations

Kenai Peninsula Community Foundation

Board Member


Arpaio

Aide


Command

Member of Staff


Education

community college degree


Web References(56 Total References)


Joe Arpaio Top 10

www.arpaio.com [cached]

Barnes claimed that Arpaio's office wiretapped former Arpaio aide Tom Bearup and that it had targeted County Attorney Rick Romley for surveillance.
Bearup, W. Steven Martin and Dan Saban, all running for sheriff against Arpaio this year, have also reported that they have been followed and harassed by sheriff's deputies.


Joe Arpaio Top 10

www.arpaio.com [cached]

Barnes claimed that Arpaio's office wiretapped former Arpaio aide Tom Bearup and that it had targeted County Attorney Rick Romley for surveillance.
Bearup, W. Steven Martin and Dan Saban, all running for sheriff against Arpaio this year, have also reported that they have been followed and harassed by sheriff's deputies.


peninsulaclarion.com

HUD investigators also examined Bearup's purchase, and subsequent abandonment, of a market and motel in the town of Strawberry.
After he bought the property in July 1988, Bearup's wife and several of his children moved into the motel. Investigators charge that Bearup gave the sellers the impression he and his wife would purchase the market in their names, but a week after entering escrow, the Bearups formed a corporation to buy the property, borrowing money from Bearup's ex-wife to form the corporation and make the down payment on the market. The market's owners told HUD investigators they felt deceived, especially after Bearup failed to inform them in writing that he held a real estate broker's license (such notification is required by law). HUD investigators noted that Bearup hadn't reported that he had borrowed $25,000 for the market (Bearup claimed that it was a corporate debt, and not his responsibility), nor did he report any proceeds or profits from the market--all while he was still withholding payments on his Phoenix home with a HUD-assigned mortgage. HUD investigators were interested in other matters as well. After taking his job with HUD and moving to Tucson, Bearup told one of his clients--the Estes Corporation, a development firm that competed for HUD contracts--that he needed a larger house. The Estes employee mentioned that the company might be able to find him something. Then, in January 1989, Bearup wrote a letter to the Pima County Planning Commission, criticizing the panel for requiring Estes to provide low-income housing in one of its proposed developments. Before he sent it, Bearup asked a subordinate to read the letter to an Estes representative to get his input. The Estes official suggested some slight changes, and the letter was sent to the commission. The next month, Bearup rented a home from Estes for $850 per month--$400 per month less than the previous tenant had paid. HUD investigators noted that Bearup's check for move-in costs bounced. One of his co-workers, however, told investigators that he had warned Bearup that renting from Estes could backfire on him. HUD investigators reported that Bearup "acknowledged that his rental relationship . . . could be seen by outsiders as a conflict of interest and that as the manager of a HUD office he should be concerned with appearances." Finally, HUD investigators were interested in a building project that Bearup helped promote before he started working at HUD. Bearup was one of many investors who were hoping to build a special government-aided development project in Casa Grande. Although he had put up none of his own money, Bearup was promised a healthy percentage of the profits on the deal because of his work in putting together the original team of investors. He also stood to make $50,000 as a brokering fee if HUD accepted the project. When Bearup took a job at HUD, he relinquished his interest in the project's profits. But even though he no longer was a partner, he still stood to collect the $50,000 if HUD accepted the deal. And after completing its investigation, on June 30, 1989, HUD fired Tom Bearup. Bearup says he was investigated only because he had called for HUD to investigate why appliances were disappearing from HUD homes, and he was the victim of a witch hunt. He says if he'd really wanted to use his influence for personal gain, he could have just picked up a phone to the White House.


homertribune.com

"As mayor, I will protect your property rights," Bearup told the group in his listing of how the borough can better serve residents.
"I have concerns about the anadromous stream ordinance which impacts property all over the Peninsula. I want to revisit it to make sure the residents are not being violated." Bearup, a former Soldotna mayor and pastor of the Family Bible Fellowship Church, went so far as to promise a return of the photos to property owners if the photos pose infringement. Tom Bearup Tom Bearup Bearup promised to help bring Homer residents into borough business by "coming to you in immediate outreach on a weekly basis" to communities outside Kenai and Soldotna. Bearup also wants more local hire and scrutiny on borough projects out for public bid. "There is a local preference for up to $25,000, but I wonder if it should be increased. I will work to increase contracting with local businesses," he said. In addition to serving as mayor from 1978-80, Bearup was chief executive officer in the sheriff's department in Maricopa County, Ariz. In one position on his candidate resume, Bearup lists serving as the lead advance man for President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy. Tom Bearup


homertribune.com

So far, one candidate has filed to run for borough mayor, Tom Bearup, a Soldotna preacher and businessman.
In Assembly District 8, Homer, no one has yet filed.


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