Scott D. McClure, City Administrator

Prior to being Turner's City Administrator, Scott was the Long-Term Disaster Recovery Manager for Marion County, focusing on the Santiam Canyon. Prior to this current position, Scott worked for five local governments over thirty years. He has over twenty-two years experience as a City Administrator. Scott is a native Oregonian and a descendant of two Oregon Trail families.  He went to Gladstone High School (played Cascade in sports) and has degrees in Political Science and Public Administration from Portland State University. Scott is impressed with our town, including its setting and amenities, and looks forward to continuing Turner's progress.


Pam Ray, Finance Officer

I'm so happy to be working with the City of Turner. I've had many years of accounting and office management education & experience, but about 10 years ago I decided to make a change and enrolled in Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts. I love to cook, and have worked as an executive chef and a culinary instructor since graduating. 

My husband and I have recently moved back to Oregon after a three-year stint of teaching at a university in Shaoxing, China. My hobbies include cooking (of course!), embroidery, reading, hiking, and spending time with friends and family. 


Lisa Nunnellee, City Clerk

A little about me, other than I am old as dirt…

I’ve been married for 33 years with two adult children, no grand babies (yet) .  My previous work history includes many years in the private sector of the mortgage industry, 6 years with the State of Oregon, and a brief stent selling cars. I volunteered for the NW Youth Rodeo association for 16 years while my kids participated. I enjoy binge watching movies and crime series, target practice, snugging my 3 dogs, 1 pig, 4 horses and chasing my many chickens around.  I don’t love yard work but do it because I do love the end result.

So happy to be a part of the City of Turner, where I have lived for the last 20 years, and where my kids have grown up.


Asia Reardon, AP/Utility Billing Clerk & Events Coordinator

Asia is a native Oregonian and has lived throughout Oregon her entire life, including the Willamette Valley, the coast and in Southern Oregon. She moved from Salem to the Santiam Canyon with her family several years ago because it felt like the right area to raise a family. Small towns are near and dear to her heart; and she is excited to be working with the residents of the City of Turner. 

Aside from spending time with her husband, three sons, numerous pets and local extended family, you can usually find her baking, reading, sewing, doing Crossfit, volunteering in the community, or enjoying the Pacific Northwest to the fullest by kayaking, hiking, and gardening.


Sandra Goodrich, Part-Time City Hall Clerical Staff

I retired from Clackamas County Finance Dept where I did their payroll for about 2500 employees. After retirement we moved to Sunriver Oregon to enjoy the outdoor life offered in Central Oregon. We became snowbirds to Arizona in the winter. Then we moved to Salem where I job shared at the Oregon State Fair and Expo until Covid hit and I lost my job. I was looking for a part time job and discovered the City of Turner was looking for someone.  I am excited to be working here at the City. I am exploring the area and the community. 


Police Chief Don Taylor

Chief Taylor started as a reserve officer for Turner in October 1996. In May of 2000 he left and worked for the Condon Police Department, followed by employment with the Gilliam County Sheriff’s Office. He returned to Turner in January 2003 as an Officer, then Sergeant and has been our Chief of Police since 2011. Don has attended Western Oregon University and has an Associates Degree from Chemeketa. He and his family live in Turner.  



Cade MacInnes, Police Officer

Cade grew up in a small town in Eastern Oregon. After graduating high school, he attended Western Oregon University and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice. After graduating college, he became a Reserve Deputy Sheriff with the Gilliam County Sheriff’s Office. He is very excited to be in Turner and get to know this community!

Officer Nix

Dylan Nix, Police Officer

Officer Nix was born in Salem and raised in Stayton most of his life. graduating from Stayton High School in 2018, he soon left to finish his training to become an Infantryman in the Army National Guard. After serving for six years, he wanted to follow his dream and become a Police Officer. Officer Nix's true goal is to serve everyone with honor, integrity, and inspire the younger generation. With the support from family and the community he intends to achieve that goal.