Ronan resident stands behind Coffman

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Editor:

I am proudly serving as treasurer for the “David Coffman for Lake County Sheriff” campaign. David is genuine and friendly; approachable and wisely listens intently. He welcomes tough questions and thoughtfully answers with clear and distinct plans. He is an honest man whose reputation for excellence has followed him throughout his life.

David is a Marine Corps veteran who also graduated at the top of his law enforcement academy class. One of the most well respected leaders at the Sheriff’s Department, David served in the courtroom, as a Jailer, Patrol Deputy, SWAT and Internal Affairs Investigator. David promoted to Sergeant then Lieutenant, supervised over 100 employees as Patrol Assistant Commander, Jail Operations Commander, ending his career as the Assistant to the Chief. He has an AA in Social Sciences, a BA in Intelligence Studies and has 15 units towards his Masters in Strategic Leadership. Lieutenant Coffman retired with distinction having earned numerous accolades, and incident ribbons including two Bronze Stars for bravery.

As Sheriff, David will serve his community with pride, honesty and transparency. He is clearly the more qualified candidate and it is for this reason that that I fully endorse David Coffman for Lake County Sheriff.

Chuck Lewis, Ronan

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