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November 1, 2012

2012 Candidate profiles

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Widely recognized as an expert in his field, he is a frequent lecturer on employment law issues. He also is one of the owners of Sugar Grove Senior Living, a 164-unit senior apartment complex on Moon Road in Plainfield.

Senate District 35 needs a positive voice at the Statehouse, Waterfill said, adding that our leaders need to focus on issues like education and economic development, which will ultimately strengthen the district and put the next generation on solid footing to compete in the global economy.

In addition to his professional work, Waterfill is actively engaged in numerous community organizations. He has served on the boards of the United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Indiana, Make a Wish Foundation of Indiana, Bethany Christian Services, Veterans Service Foundation, and the Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation. He also is a member of the Amo Bird Dog Conservation Club and national Shoot to Retrieve Association.

Waterfill ran for the U.S. Congress in the Indiana Seventh District as a Democrat in 1988.

A native of southern Indiana, Waterfill is a graduate of both Hanover College and Indiana University Maurer School of Law. He is a former member of Teamsters Local 135 and a 2nd and 3rd class welder at Jeffboat.

He said he will advocate for working men and women.

Waterfill and Missy, his wife of 29 years, are the parents of four children. Mrs. Waterfill is a middle school English teacher in Monrovia. They have lived in Plainfield since 1986 and all four children have attended Plainfield schools. The family worships at Plainfield Christian Church, where Waterfill is a Sunday school teacher.

 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTIRCT 28

Jeffrey A. Thompson - R

Thompson

Incumbent Jeffrey A. Thompson of Lizton is 56. He and his wife Michelle have been married for 19 years and have six children ranging in age from 8 to 18: Caleb, Isaac, Abe, Lydia, Josiah, and Anna.

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