Two incumbents, newcomer elected to District 158 school board

  • Kevin Gentry

    Kevin Gentry

  • William Geheren

    William Geheren

Updated 4/6/2019 9:07 PM

Incumbents Kevin Gentry and William Geheren and newcomer Melissa Maiorino were elected Tuesday to three 4-year terms on the Huntley Community School District 158 school board.

Unofficial vote totals from Kane and McHenry counties show Gentry garnered 2,423 votes, Maiorino secured 2,075 and Geheren received 2,002 votes.


Newcomer Timothy Griskey of Algonquin received 1,659 votes and incumbent Ra'Shawn Walker, who was appointed to the board last year, came in last with 1,182 votes.

Gentry, 49, of Huntley, is a senior vice president of credit and analytics/financial services.

Geheren, of Huntley, is a former middle school and high school teacher who helped launch Huntley Community Radio as a board member and director of marketing. He owns and operates "Huntley Happenings," a local magazine.

Maiorino is a district parent who has never run for public office.

Incumbent Anthony Quagliano, a certified public accountant, ran unopposed for an unexpired 2-year term.

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