Krichbaum would represent ward well

I am proud to recommend my son-in-law, Scott Krichbaum, for city council in the first ward. He graduated from the College of Wooster with a degree in history and a strong interest in government. Scott and Amy moved to Norwalk from Wooster to raise their daughters in a family environment. Scott has taken an active role in his church and looks forward to serving his community as a council member. He has regularly attended council meetings since April to become well-versed in the issues facing our city, to meet the council members and to observe the process of city government. Scott is a good listener and has made an effort to meet members of the first ward. He is an upstanding citizen and would be a good representative to the city council.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

I am proud to recommend my son-in-law, Scott Krichbaum, for city council in the first ward. He graduated from the College of Wooster with a degree in history and a strong interest in government. Scott and Amy moved to Norwalk from Wooster to raise their daughters in a family environment. Scott has taken an active role in his church and looks forward to serving his community as a council member. He has regularly attended council meetings since April to become well-versed in the issues facing our city, to meet the council members and to observe the process of city government. Scott is a good listener and has made an effort to meet members of the first ward.

He is an upstanding citizen and would be a good representative to the city council.

Judy Emmons

Norwalk