Meet Temecula’s Kathy Sizemore
Wife | Mom | Business Owner| City Commissioner | Community Volunteer
Hi!👋 I’m Kathy Sizemore. It’s nice to meet you.😊
I’m a wife, mom of three, and I’ve been a resident of Temecula for the past 25 years. I’m a lifelong Southern California girl, having grown up in Anaheim, CA. In 1995 I met a local boy, fell in love, and relocated from Orange County to his hometown of Temecula in 1997.
Together with my husband Chris, I own and operate A-Bell Alarms Company. Our second-generation, family-owned life safety and security business has been helping protect lives and secure valuables for home and business owners in the Temecula Valley since 1985. Having been a victim of crime myself, public safety is one of my top priorities and motivates me as a security professional.
Having a thriving economy in Temecula is important to me. As a business member of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, I dedicate time every month to serve our business community as a Chamber Ambassador. As an ambassador, I enjoy celebrating new businesses in our city at ribbon-cutting events, being a part of planning the chamber’s annual Women in Business conference, and providing mentorship to new chamber members and young professionals getting started in their careers.
I’m passionate about giving back to our community. Serving our local youth has been my passion for the past 12 years. I have been a registered adult leader for the Boy Scouts of America since 2011. Over the years, I’ve held many different scouting leadership positions serving both adults and scouts. I am a founding leader of Cub Scout Pack 384, chartered by Rancho Community Church. I recently had the opportunity to serve as a scout camp director, leading a team of 40 volunteers to deliver a weekend of fun for close to 200 participants. Currently, I serve adult leaders in the Southwest Riverside County scouting community as the Vice-Chair of the Tahquitz Scouting District Committee. My most rewarding volunteer scouting role continues to be that of an Assistant Scoutmaster with Boy Scout Troop 148, where I enjoy sharing my love for our community with Temecula scouts by teaching the Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge.
I am an advocate for providing opportunities and encouragement for our youth to pursue education in STEM fields. I am a supporter and have been a volunteer with FIRST Robotics. I have served as a local First Lego League robotics team coach and mentor and an FRC team mentor for multiple years. I have also helped create opportunities for youth robotics teams to compete, serving as a First Lego League tournament director and Regional Judge Advisor for First Robotics Competitions.
Raising my three children in Temecula has been one of my life’s greatest blessings. Some of my best days as a mom were days spent with my kids having fun playing at a Temecula park. And some of my favorite family memories are centered around Temecula’s signature community events, such as the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Rod Run, and Santa’s Electric Light Parade.
I have a deep appreciation for Temecula’s “old traditions” that our family and others have enjoyed for many years. Wanting to preserve those traditions for future generations of families in our city, I have served as a member of Temecula’s Blue Ribbon Committee, looking forward to the year 2040 updating Temecula’s Quality of Life Master Plan. I also recognize that our city’s population is more diverse than it once was. Our population of young families that Temecula has long been known for has grown to include a growing population of young adults, empty nesters, and senior citizens. As Chair of Temecula’s Community Services Commission, I have embraced creating “new opportunities” for recreation and entertainment to serve our city’s growing community.
Having lived in Temecula for most of my life, I consider Temecula my hometown. It’s been a great place to raise my family, and it’s going to be a great place to grow old.