Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN

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November 1, 2012

2012 Candidate profiles

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She is active in community groups and organizations as a volunteer. She currently serves as president of the West Central District of the Indiana Association of County Commissioners serving on that association’s awards, legislative, and budget committees.

She is a long-time resident of Hendricks County; a wife, mother, and grandmother; and a member of Plainfield Christian Church.

 

COUNTY COUNCIL MEMBER AT LARGE

Caleb Brown - R

Brown

Caleb Brown was born and raised in Hendricks County. He received his bachelor degree in business administration from Indiana University Kelley School of Business in 2005. He has been working in the construction materials industry ever since, and currently is an account and credit manager for U.S. Aggregates INC.

Caleb lives in Brownsburg with his wife Heather, and their three beautiful children.

Caleb believes that the fiscal responsibility of the county is of upmost importance and should be treated with great regard.  He believes in working together with the commissioners, councilmen, and the people to make the best fiscal decisions for the county.

Caleb believes that he can provide the proper leadership to make tough decisions in regards to infrastructure, economic growth, and business development.

Most importantly, Caleb will listen to the public’s needs and goals, and do the absolute best to achieve them.

To find out more, visit his website at www.calebbrownforcouncil.com.

 

Larry R. Hesson - R

Hesson

Larry R. Hesson is seeking re-election to the Hendricks County Council.

“I am dedicated to maintaining the spirit of cooperation within county government and among other government units in Hendricks County. I am determined to carry on the best utilization of the limited funds available to the county. I will continue to assist efforts to attract additional employers in order to expand the tax base. I will participate in the ongoing lobbying efforts for funding for expenses mandated by the State.”

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