Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN

Election

October 28, 2010

Candidate Profiles

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I have been a resident of the Avon-Washington Township community for 11 years. I am married with four school-aged children. My family are parish members of Saint Malachy Catholic Church. I attended Lawrence Central High School and Vincennes University.

Please elect me, Adam Kilbride, to the Washington Township Board on Nov. 2, 2010. 

Thank you.

Be sure check me out on Facebook.

Suzanne X. Conger Ñ R

Conger

Republican Suzanne X. Conger is a candidate who wants to restore conservative fiscal values to township government. Suzanne is asking for your vote on Nov. 2 for Washington Township Board.

Suzanne has been a resident of Avon, Washington Township, since 1996. She has one son who graduated from Avon High School and became a college graduate this past summer. Over the years she has been involved in many community and church activities, i.e., Avon Parent-Teacher Organization, Avon Middle School Parents for Education Program, Cub Scout Pack 391, and Boy Scout Troop 306.

Occupation: Attorney since 1983; present practice is in Danville, with an emphasis as guardian ad litem for children in the court system, serving as their advocate and voice to the court.

Experience: Republican Precinct Chair in Washington Township; Member of the Hendricks County and the Indiana State Bar; Former president, vice president, and secretary of the Hendricks County Bar Association; Former member of the Garrett Community College Board of Trustees (appointed by the Governor of the State of Maryland); Member of Avon United Methodist Church, serving as co-lay leader, staff-parish, finance, building, and capital campaign committees; Board member of Project A.N.G.E.L. of Hendricks County.

Education: Graduate of West Virginia University with a doctorate of jurisprudence (1983) and bachelor of science in secondary education (1977).

For more information, contact Suzanne at 908-1433 or Conger4Elect@aol.com.

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Doug Elmore Ñ R

Elmore

Republican Doug Elmore is a candidate who wants to restore conservative fiscal values to township government. Doug is asking for your vote on Nov. 2 for Washington Township Board.

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