Potters Front Office
Email : Candace Pfarr
Candace Pfarr began working for the Lincoln Potters in January 2017. Prior to working for the Potters, Candace worked at the Folsom Telegraph as the administrative assistant to the office, as well as doing inside advertising sales for their multiple publications. She also has many years of customer service experience, gained through her background in restaurant management. Candace has quickly placed roots in the community, residing in Lincoln with her two young children, who have quickly become two of the biggest Potters fans there are!
Email : Wayne Sisneroz
Wayne has been a resident of Placer County for 20 years. Raised in the Bay Area, Wayne attended Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton. He then went on to study Business Management at California State University at Hayward. Wayne’s career has been centered on helping businesses grow, with an emphasis in mentoring and sales and marketing management. In the last several years Wayne has taken an interest in helping the City of Lincoln grow their economy. Wayne is Past President of the Downtown Lincoln Association, Past Chairman of the City of Lincoln Economic Development Committee and Past Executive Board Member of the Lincoln AreaChamber of Commerce.
Email : Matt Lundgren
Originally from Tucson, Arizona, Matt Lundgren graduated with a Public Management degree from Northern Arizona University. After graduating, he landed Public Relations internships with the Cincinnati Reds and Tucson Padres in 2012 and followed that with a PR and Operations position with the Pacific Coast League Office in Round Rock, Texas in 2013. His time in the PCL Office led him to an opportunity with the Sacramento River Cats in 2014 where he made connections with the Great West League representatives and Collegiate Summer Baseball. In 2015 Matt served as the General Manager for the Marysville Gold Sox and this past year he helped run the Sacramento Stealth.
Host Family Coordinator
Email : Michelle Eskridge
Michelle Eskridge has been a professional in the residential and multi-family housing for over twenty years providing more then housing but excellent customer service. She attended both high school and college in the area. Her love of sports but especially baseball started in early childhood at the "stick" many hours were spent in the heat and the cold enjoying the Giants games with family and friends. The enjoyment of the game grew as she did. When her sons began to play, baseball has become more then just a game. She continues to cheer on "her" teams and players, if there is a game she will catch it, anytime any field.