Agan has lived in Prescott Valley for 16 years and has been retired for 12 years.
His interest in volunteerism began in childhood.
"It's part of the way I was raised," Agan said.
Both parents instilled in him the importance of giving back to the community.
"The neat thing about Prescott Valley is there are a lot of volunteer opportunities. You can pick what interests you, whether it's with the town, school district, hospital or Trauma Intervention Program. You can do as much or as little as you want," Agan said.
Agan also is a member of the Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club as the past president and current treasurer, he serves on the board of directors for the Prescott Pops Symphony as well as treasurer, works with the Hungry Kids Project, the Optimist Club of Yavapai County, and is the finance committee chairman of the Prescott Valley United Methodist Church.