A press release from Nick Provenzano, a candidate for McHenry County Clerk:
Campaign Announces Early Endorsements for Nick Provenzano’s Run for McHenry County Clerk
Today the campaign released a list of individuals who have endorsed Nick Provenzano’s run for McHenry County Clerk in the first two weeks of his campaign.
Topping the list isMcHenry County’s Congressman, Randy Hultgren, and two of its Illinois Representatives, Senators Dan Duffy and Karen McConnaughay.
Also included are a number of McHenry County officials including State’s Attorney Lou Bianchi and Board Members Michele Aavang, John Jung, Ken Koehler, Bob Martens, Robert Nowak, Sandy Salgado, and retired Board Member Pete Merkel.
Local officials from throughout the county have also endorsed Provenzano in his effort to modernize the County Clerk’s office.
This list includes Johnsburg Village President Ed Hetterman, McHenry Mayor Sue Low, Bull Valley Village President and McHenry County College Board of Trustees Chairman Ron Parrish, Algonquin Township Clerk Chuck Lutzow, McHenry Township Trustee Craig Adams, McHenry Alderman Geri Condon, Huntley Trustee Ronda Goldman, Johnsburg Trustee Greg Klemstein, Johnsburg Trustee Kevin McEvoy, McHenry School District 15 Board Member John O’Neill, Johnsburg School District 12 Board Member Steve Rooney, and retired McHenry Township Supervisor Alby Adams.
Provenzano’s run has garnered support from business leaders across the county.
This list is topped by Radicom President Phil Bartmann; Diablo Controls President Scott Breeden; Dixon Companies CEO Scott Dixon; Fast Eddie’s Car Washes Owner Joe Doherty; Centegra Health System CEO Michael Easley; Richmond Development Founder Charles Eldredge II; Charles Eldridge Real Estate Owner Charles Eldredge III; Sage Products CEO Vince Foglia; Garrelts & Sons President Steve Garrelts; Attorney Dave Gervais; Attorney Jennifer Gibson; Liberty Outdoor Advertising General Manager Bryan Javor; Bulk Lift International CEO Brian Kelly; World Trade Center Illinois President Bill Lada; Bell, Boyd & Lloyd Partner and Past Chairman of METRA Jeffery Ladd; Gary Lang Auto Group President Gary Lang; Pint Sized Productions CEO John McCrory; Plum Garden Restaurant Owner Perry Moy; Cheryl L Meyer Consulting Services President Cheryl Meyer; Narusis & Narusis Partners Bernard & Regina Narusis; International Decorators Founder Tony Pintozzi; Rabine Group CEO Gary Rabine; Gypsy Glen K9 Kastle President Kathy Reiland; Alliance Contractors CEO Chuck Ruth; RE/MAX Plaza Owner Jim Schaid; Michael Schuch & Sons Construction President Mickey Schuch; Charles River Development President Bo Strom; The Waggoner Law Firm Principal Lisa Waggoner; Wickham Interiors Vice President Fred Wickham; Wuich Enterprises President John Wuich; American Community Bank & Trust CEO Charie Zanck; and Zanck, Coen, Wright & Saladin Founding Partner Tom Zanck.
A number of political and civic leaders have endorsed Provenzano as well. These individuals include Alliance Defending Freedom Ambassador Joe Edwards, McHenry County Right to Life President Emeritus Irene Napier, McHenry County Right to Life Co-President Linda Pieper, WLS-AM 890 Radio Talk Show Host Dan Proft, and McHenry Pro-Life Victory PAC Chairman Phil Weyna. This list also includes well known and highly respected McHenry County political leaders Robert Borchert, Ron and Linda Bykowski, Rich Carter, Nancy Cole, John Colomer, Jake Justen, Jim Keefe, Ron Salgado, Jay Stark, Joyce Story, and Demetri Tsilimigras.
Provenzano reacted: “I am humbled and quite grateful at the outpouring of support I have received as I begin this campaign. I greatly respect each of these leaders, and will be honored to work with them as McHenry County’s next Clerk. We have much work ahead of us as we build on Clerk Shultz’s excellent record by modernizing the office. Together, we will continue to move our wonderful County forward.”
About Nick Provenzano:
Nick Provenzano is a McHenry County Board Member and the Senior District Representative for Congressman Randy Hultgren. He has extensive business, government and political experience. Nick graduated from DeVry University with formal training in electronics, computer technology and business management. Nick is a 25 year resident of McHenry County. He and his wife, Bridgett, have three children and attend St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Johnsburg.