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posted: 10/19/2012 4:40 AM

Russell is best for Kane coroner

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I first met Rob Russell when he was the liaison officer from the DuPage County Sheriff's Office for a Senior Center in Wayne Township. I never heard anything but positive things about him. I was told by staff that he constantly went above and beyond working with the staff members. He was very attentive with the seniors and was always approachable.

Rob eventually joined the Lions Club I belong to. As I got to know him even more there were several things about him that impressed me. First of all he is very family orientated and is very involved with his kids' schooling and sports activities at all levels. He and his wife are proud parents of their oldest daughter following dad's footsteps into the service.

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Rob is also very ambitious. He is constantly trying to make improvements. Not only with himself through education, his career by advancements but with his desire to serve the public through involvement.

One thing that stands out about Rob is his leadership. As Kane County Coroner he would rely on his leadership and experience in the DuPage County Sheriff's department to do the proper investigation needed at a crime scene. If needed he will be the most qualified to step in and be in charge of that crime scene should no high ranking police officers be present.

I highly endorse Rob Russell for Kane County Coroner and feel that he is the best candidate for the position.

Ray Eaton

South Elgin

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