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Hamilton County, OH November 3, 2009 Election
Board Member; Wyoming City School District Voter Information

4 Year Term.

The board is a policy-making body, but exercises only those powers delegated to it by state law. It chooses its own officers.

Candidates (Vote for 3)
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Terry G. Marty Click here for more information about this candidate 2,215 votes 29.91%

  • Occupation: Insurance/Financial Planning
  • Community/Neighborhood: Wyoming
  • Education: Graduate Wyoming Public Schools, Miami University
  • School Board Member
  • Past President Wyoming School Foundation
  • Co-Charirman Past School Levy Campaign
  • Volunteer: City & School Committees
  • Continue to sustain a high level of student achievement
  • Continue sound fiscal management
  • Continue to engage the residents of Wyoming
Lynn P. Larson Click here for more information about this candidate 1,938 votes 26.17%
  • Occupation: Community Volunteer
  • Wyoming Resident since 1983 (26 years)
  • B.S. Accounting - Miami University 1979; Certified Public Accountant - Inactive
  • Children - Kelly WHS '08, Liz WHS '09, Matt 11th WHS; Husband - Don
  • Elected Wyoming Board of Education 2005;
  • 2008 Citizen of the Year; School Levy Committees `05, `02, `98, `89
  • Citizen Advisory Committee, Chair/Member '98; PSA - 12 yrs; Wyoming School Foundation Board '02-'98; Junior Women's Club '97-'91.
  • Continue the "Excellence" by embracing change in education and allowing opportunity for individual achievement.
  • Maximize our financial resources always asking "Are we getting the best value for our educational dollars?"
  • Support our teachers and administrators to do their best in an ever-changing academic environment.
Sheryl Felner Click here for more information about this candidate 1,747 votes 23.59%
  • Occupation: At Home Mom
  • Resident 13 yrs, 2 High School Children
  • Current School Bd Member, BA Wellesley, MBA Cornell
  • Committees: Citizens Advisory, Primary Facilities, May Fete Games Co-Chair, 6 yr Room Mom, Primary Playground Fundraising
  • Former P&G Purchasing Manager
  • Commodity Trader, Louis Dreyfus
  • 1. It is my top priority that all Wyoming students receive a superior education.
  • 2. A superior education needs to be provided within the bounds of long and short term fiscal responsibility.
  • 3. I would continue to encourage residents to participate in the activities of the District
Jennifer Etler Click here for more information about this candidate 840 votes 11.34%
  • Occupation: Certified Surgical Technologist
  • Employed by Mercy Mt. Airy Hospital
  • Active member of Assn. of Surgical Technologists and Surgical Assistants
  • Married 21 Years, 2 sons 2 granddaughters
  • Child-centered fiscal responsibility
  • Providing the quality and innovative teaching to return Wyoming to it's leadership position
  • to return to the leadership position in the education of special needs children
Vernon L Etler Click here for more information about this candidate 665 votes 8.98%
  • Occupation: school bus mechanic
  • Employed by Finneytown Local Schools
  • Active member of Mt.Healthy Eagles
  • Active member of Ohio School Bus Mechanics Assn.
  • Married 21 yrs. 2 sons 2 granddaughters
  • Long active in regional school athletics
  • common sense fiscal responsibility
  • reestablish collaboration and mutual respect between staff and administration
  • maintain existing buildings,limit outscourcing,invest in technology

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