An advocate for our community’s most vulnerable, Supervisor Randall Hoak has worked for over 20 years to better the lives of senior citizens and caregivers. From direct care to public policy, Randy is committed to healthy communities for people of all ages.
As a 45-year resident of the Town of Hamburg, Randy has invested his time and energy in the community he loves. He has worked closely with civic leaders, coached young athletes, raised a family, worked for his family’s business and advocated for our older citizens.
Supervisor Hoak served as Commissioner of Senior Services for Erie County from 2012 to 2016. More recently, Randy led the work of AARP NY, one of the nation’s largest non-profit advocacy organizations, in Western and Central New York. Experience leading teams, managing multi-million-dollar budgets, and securing grant resources for local government innovation are among the accomplishments that Randy brings to the Town Supervisor’s Office.
Randy’s first year in office was marked by challenges and opportunities. Bipartisan collaboration and transparency in decision making have brought qualified professionals to Town government and resulted in a zero percent tax increase in the 2023 budget.