Jeff Quibell was elected to serve his second term in the District 1 council seat in April 2011. He is the owner and President of CPros. His company is located in Blue Springs and provides computer information and technology services to individuals and businesses. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from University of Central Missouri in 1979. Jeff and Wanda were married in 1984 and moved to Blue Springs the same year. Their family includes two adult daughters, Crystal and Ashley.
Jeff previously served the residents of District 1 as a City Councilman from April 2005 to April 2008, and received the National League of City's Bronze Leadership Fellow Award in 2008. During his time in office, Jeff helped the city realize new shopping opportunities and restaurants for our residents with the Adams Dairy Landing and Coronado Place projects, as well as redevelopment projects all over Blue Springs.
Jeff, an Eagle Scout, is very active in the community, having served on a number of civic boards and commissions for organizations including the Truman Heartland Community Foundation, Heritage Philharmonic, Sherwood Village Homes Association, Blue Springs School District, St Peter United Methodist Church, and Ararat Shrine Temple. He is a member of the Blue Springs Kiwanis Club, Blue Springs Rotary Club, Blue Springs Country Club, the Ararat Shrine, and Corinthian Lodge No. 265 AF & AM. He is also a member of several Chambers of Commerce.
Jeff plays cello for the Heritage Philharmonic and sings bass in a barbershop gospel group known as “The Circuit Riders”.