DeLand Resident since 1975. Married to Bob. Three children, Jennifer, Rick and Jennifer. Six grandchildren with another on the way. Graduated from Daytona Beach Community College and University of Central Florida. Formerly, Teresa was a Legal Assistant and an Account Executive for the Daytona Beach News-Journal.
Smart. Hard working. Proven leader. Easy to engage. Accessible. Responsible. Accountable.
These are just a few ways to describe Teresa and the value she will bring as Supervisor of Elections.
Teresa has dedicated her life to make Volusia County a better place to live. During her 42 years of living in Volusia County she has been an executive assistant at a start-up local bank, legal assistant, account executive, owned a marketing business and substitute teacher. She has an extensive background in assisting a variety of organizations and individuals in finding solutions for challenges they face. This has given her a wealth of experience, innovation and diversity that will bring new ideas and changes to the Supervisor of Elections office.
Teresa has been a respected legal assistant, successful account executive, owned her own marketing agency and currently is a substitute teacher. She is a graduate of Daytona State College and the University of Central Florida where she received her Bachelor’s Degree. Teresa Apgar is a recognized leader in Volusia County known for problem solving. Teresa has served as a Board Member and President of over a dozen organizations in Volusia County working tirelessly to improve our community. Her variety of skills and education make Teresa the best choice as Supervisor of Elections.
Teresa is married to Bob Apgar, Mayor of DeLand, and has three children and seven grandchildren. They are proud to be grandparents raising their 9-year old grandson.. Her hobbies include enjoying adventures with her grandchildren, scrapbooking, watching movies and documentaries, reading biographies and traveling to places near and far.
Teresa has a wealth of experience, innovation and diversity that will bring new ideas and changes to the Supervisor of Elections Office.