Meet the Candidates for Avon Township
Nineteen people are seeking eight seats in Avon Township in the April 9 election. Read their profiles below.
Voters will select eight individuals for various Avon Township posts from a pool of 19 candidates in the April 9 election.
The terms of all township officials expire in 2013, including the supervisor, assessor, clerk, highway commissioner, and four trustees.
Two parties and one independent slate have filed to run for Avon Township elected positions.
Grayslake Patch sent candidate questionnaires to all 19 contenders. Click on each candidate's name for information about their experience, goals and thoughts about issues affecting Avon Township.
Editor's Note: Some questionnaires are still forthcoming and we will post them as soon as we get them. Thanks for your patience!
The two parties are:
Lisa Rusch, Supervisor
Elona Hamilton, Clerk
Chris Ditton, Assessor
Tom Brust, Highway Commissioner
Christopher Larson, Trustee
Marc Feldstein, Trustee
Randy Evangelides, Trustee
Lisa DeLaMar, Trustee
Patricia A. Smart, Clerk
Wayne George Flary, Assessor
Robert D. Kula, Highway Commissioner
Cathy deGroh, Trustee
Jeanne Kearby, Trustee
William McNeill, Trustee
The independent slate, which does not include candidates for clerk and assessor is:
Douglas Raul Williams, Supervisor
James P. DeNomie, Highway Commissioner
Bob Flanary, Trustee
Hal Sloan, Trustee
Stephen Hall, Trustee
Editor's Note: Judy Armstrong, Annemarie Pryde and Erica J. Lopez are no longer running. Their names have been removed from this list. Also, the name of the independent slate has been changed from Avon Unity to Avon Independents.