Dale has been married to his lovely wife Tamara for the last 28 years. Together they have four children: Beau, Morgan, Jordan and Chad. Dale was raised in Santa Clarita and went through the local school system: Cedar Creek Elementary, Sierra Vista Jr HS, Canyon HS and College of the Canyons. While at College of the Canyons, he played basketball under Athletic Hall of Fame coach, Lee Smelser. Dale graduated from College of the Canyons and with honors from Claremont McKenna College with a degree in Economics & Mathematics and was inducted into the Claremont’s Athletic Hall of Fame for Basketball in 2010.
He takes pride in making meaningful contributions that benefit the city and its residents. He founded Intertex General Contractors, Inc. in 1984 and has become one of the largest general contractors and commercial developers in the area. Mr. Donohoe graduated from College of the Canyons and with honors from Claremont McKenna College with a degree in Economics & Mathematics and was inducted into the Claremont’s Athletic Hall of Fame for Basketball in 2010.
Dale has developed numerous retail, office and industrial projects in and around Southern California with a focus on Santa Clarita. These projects have brought jobs to the area and have benefited the local community.
Mr. Donohoe’s leadership skills also benefit his community. Dale is active in his church and has served as a deacon and an elder. Dale coached all four (4) of his children in youth sports and was an elementary and Jr High basketball coach at Santa Clarita Christian School. He has served as a former Board Member of the following organizations: Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, SCV Boys and Girls Club; SCV Child & Family Center, Valencia Industrial Association, and the American Heart Association. He is currently serves as a Board Member for the SCVEDC. Through personal and corporate donations he continues to support many Santa Clarita non-profit organizations. Dale continues to support College of the Canyons athletics and was a major donor to the University Center capital campaign.