Dobard and his family have lived in Carson, CA since June 1964.
Dobard is one of the founding members of the City of Carson in 1968. The first “Carson Parade Float” was built in his factory in 1973.
He is a USC graduate major in economics and psychology. He also attended other colleges on specialized field of study at Loyola University Law School, UCLA, etc.
Self-employed 1973 – 2015
- Cassette Binder Mfg. Corp
- Audio Visual Binders Inc.
- Dobard Industries and Subsidiaries:
- Brooklyn Steel Rule Dies
- HRD Equipment Leasing Co.
- HRD Vinyl Plastic Distributor
- Real Estate Agent first licensed March 1960
- American Mortgage Loan: Broker, Sales, Loans, and Escrow (Carson, CA)
- Attorneys Title and Financial Services, a foreclosure company. (Carson, CA)
- Money Mortgage Loans – Broker mortgage loans (Carson, CA)
- Citiwide Lenders Inc. – Broker mortgage loans (Las Vegas, NV)
- Citiwide Lenders Inc. – Broker mortgage loans (Denver, CO)
Real Estate Investor
- MD Real Estate Investments LLC
- Wholesale House LLC – DBA School Teachers Investors
Worked for Others
- Salesman 1960 – 1970
- Adult education teacher (Night classes) 1970- 1980
- Board of Director Member: Merchant Bank (Carson, CA 10 years)
Community Civic Volunteer
- Commissioner Carson, CA:
- Economic Development
- Mobile Home Park Rental Review Board
- Senior Citizen
- South Bay Workforce Investment Board
Political Volunteer Campaign Worker
- Congressman Gus Hawkins 1961
- Tom Bradley, Los Angeles City Councilman and Mayor 1962
- Dorris Davis, Compton City Clerk 1962
- Oliver W. Wilson for Congressman – Los Angeles Campaign Mgr. 1963
- Ronald Reagan for Governor – Campaign Mgr. Minority Areas (Republican Party ) 1970
- Juanita M. McDonald – City Council, Assembly and Congresswoman 1990-1995