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Posted on: September 15, 2020

City of Pinellas Park Welcomes Patricia “Patti” Kincer to City Council!

Patti Kincer

PINELLAS PARK – On August 18th, 2020 Patricia “Patti” Kincer was elected to Pinellas Park City Council Seat #2 and sworn in during a public meeting on September 3, 2020. Patti has lived in Pinellas Park for almost 40 years, graduated from Pinellas Park High School and was a member of the Key Club. Patti is a certified Sign Language interpreter and works with Freedom Village, the Deaf Service Center, St. Petersburg Housing Authority and Pinellas County Area Agency on Aging. Patti worked for the Pinellas Park Police Department for 10 years and was instrumental in establishing the first Pinellas Park’s Police Departments Mounted Patrol Unit.


Patti was Officer of the Month three times for her work on major cases, nominated twice for “Officer of the Year” and received two awards for saving lives.  She was part of the Homeless Outreach Team that sought to connect the chronic homeless with services and housing.


Horses have been her lifelong passion and Patti has been a driving force in the equestrian community for decades. She spent 10 years as a member of the City’s Equestrian Board and has always sought to partner with the city on promoting our equestrian facilities and maximizing the use of our green spaces. She is an advocate for equestrian and agriculture-related programming including youth programs like 4-H and Future Farmers of America.


Patti has received awards and recognitions from Mothers Against Drunk Driving, National Alliance on Mental Illness, NAMI Iris Award and recognized by the City of St. Petersburg for her contribution in establishing their successful Mounted Patrol Unit and the City of Tampa for continued support in major events. She was former head coach of the University of South Florida’s Equestrian Team and brought collegiate horse shows to Pinellas Park. She also volunteers and judges for the State Equestrian Special Olympics, works with Veteran Affairs on various programs, and is recognized for her work with CASA and domestic violence and a member of Disaster Animal Relief Team.


Patti and husband Bill have a blended family with two daughters, Amber and Stevie. They along with her father Del Johnson own Amber Glen Feed Depot and Amber Glen Equestrian Center in Pinellas Park. The entire family works the family businesses and value the Pinellas Park Community. Patti enjoys fishing, competing in equine events and is an avid photographer.

For more information please contact Lana Beck, Communications and Government Relations Administrator.  


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