Archive for February 10th, 2013

Edward C. Rusch Jr for Village Trustee

Sunday, February 10th, 2013

Ed Rusch has the know-how to be a Village Trustee.  He has real experience and shows a work ethic and  commitment needed to move us along.  A teacher to our children with a long family history here in Justice, his background speaks for itself !    …KMR                                                                                                           

Village of Justice Trustee:  4 year term:  Edward C. Rusch, Jr.

 

Village Trustee, Ed and his wife Kathy (Sutton) have been residents of Justice since 1975 and have been blessed with four children and 6 grandchildren.

Ed has a strong commitment to public service having worked with and served in municipal government in the Village of Justice as Mayor from 1991 to 1997, Treasurer from 2007 to 2009, and Trustee from 1989 to 1991 and from 2010 to the present.  Currently as the Trustee overseeing Ordinances, Liscenses and Public Printing, he has been diligently working on the re-writing of various outdated Ordinances, he is working with the business community to obtain their input  and structuring a policy for arrearages in the monies owed to the Village.  Ed gives of his time working with various Village Programs.

Ed attained his Bachelors Degree from Aurora University.  He began his career teaching at Wilkins Junior High School.  He left teaching to accept a position in finance, purchasing and logistics with Shell Oil Company which he retired from in August, 2007.  Upon retirement Ed returned to his first love, teaching.  He currently holds a full time position at Wilkins Junior High School teaching 8th grade Social Studies.

Through his varied experience, his involvement and his working knowledge of municipal government, along with his dedication to the Village, Ed has the abilities to assist the Village residents and businesses through innovative foresight and a commitment to public service.

Committee Chairperson:  Ordinances, Licenses and Public Printing

 

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