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November 1, 2012

2012 Candidate profiles

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“Please support me in my run for school board. Thank you.”

 

Jerry Jones

 

(Clay Township)

Timothy A. Whicker

 

(Franklin Township)

Gina Boatright

 

Charlie Morris

 

NORTH WEST HENDRICKS COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARD

(At Large)

Judith M. (Judy) Pingel

 

(Middle Tonwship)

Steve Sprecher

Sprecher

Steve Sprecher has served on the North West Hendricks School Board representing Middle Township since 2008 and is pleased to announce his candidacy for a second term. His leadership, knowledge, and experience have been instrumental in guiding the board through building projects, negotiations, and other complex matters. He now fills the role of vice president on the board.

He has been a Pittsboro resident for 16 years and is proud to call this community home. Steve is a married father of three wonderful children. Their oldest daughter graduated in 2012 from Tri-West and attends Purdue University. Steve and Stacy also have twins (boy/girl) who are 10th graders at Tri-West.

Steve understands the importance of a superior education and his expectations for all children in the district are high in that regard. His educational background, community involvement, and work experience uniquely qualify him to serve in this critical capacity.

Steve works for General Motors as a labor relations manager in the Human Resources department. He holds a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from General Motors Institute (Kettering) in Flint, Mich., and also has a law degree from Indiana University School of Law.

 

PLAINFIELD COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARD

(Guilford Township)

Sharon G. Dunlevy

Dunlevy

“I am running for the Plainfield School Board because I can contribute positively to the Plainfield School Corporation and the Plainfield community. Legislation is often passed down to our school communities by individuals with no practical knowledge of what it takes to educate children and teens in today’s world. I have the skills and background needed to help the Plainfield School Corporation best implement these ever-changing laws and to communicate our plans effectively to the community.

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