|To the Editor: Mack most qualified for judge|
|Written by John S. Spore|
|Friday, 01 November 2013 09:42|
In my mind, there is only one correct choice amongst the candidates for Perrysburg Municipal Court Judge on November 5th - one person who possesses the necessary qualifications - one person who possesses the management experience to take over a judge's seat that oversees nearly all of Northern Wood County.
That choice is Molly Mack.
I have known Molly for many years, beginning with our both attending St. Timothy's Episcopal Church around the time when she was a clerk with U.S. District Court Judge Potter; continuing with her service as a private attorney at the prestigious firm of Spengler Nathanson, PLL; and culminating with her past eight years in the Prosecutor's Office, where she currently serves as Wood county's Civil Division Chief.
I believed that Molly would continue to elevate herself within the legal community and it is therefore not surprising to me that she won the confidence of the voters in the May 7th primary against two talented and formidable challengers and is now the nominee on this November's ballot.
I believe that many see characteristics which I have seen in Molly which I wish to enumerate here: a bright and organized manager, a gifted attorney, an individual possessing impeccable professionalism, a fair and impartial thinker, a person who is courteous but firm and one exuding infectious energy which inspires the best efforts of those surrounding her on a daily basis.
These are the qualities she will bring to the bench as the next Municipal Court Judge. I feel confident in recommending Molly Mack on Nov. 5th.
John S. Spore
|Last Updated on Friday, 01 November 2013 15:07|
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