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Letter: Ladick wants to give back to hometown

5:19 PM, Mar. 20, 2013  |  Comments
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Corey Ladick has the attributes needed for the position of Stevens Point comptroller/treasurer. His educational background, his experience, his leadership abilities, and his values all will be advantageous as head of the office.

With a background in business administration and a finance specialization, and with a bachelor's degree in public administration, Corey brings in-depth knowledge of financial affairs that qualifies him to manage the city's comptroller/treasurer's office.

Corey has been a community banker, an experience that gives him an awareness of how to work with financial institutions to borrow money and to invest funds - important jobs a comptroller/treasurer must do. Corey's experiences with state and federal government (he has been a legislative assistant and a congressional intern) are also important because the comptroller/treasurer must often work with officials from state and federal levels.

Corey Ladick's leadership abilities are unquestioned. He has frequently challenged himself to grow in new ways; for example, he took on a job as an English teacher in South Korea and he served as a graduate intern at the Export-Import Bank. Currently, Corey's position as a branch manager at the Portage County Bank has built his leadership in managing and communicating with staff.

Corey seeks this city position because he wants to give back to the community in which he grew up. He believes that he can use his knowledge, experience, and leadership to serve Stevens Point. He grew up in the city, and his mother stressed doing something every day to help someone else. Corey took this lesson to heart. He is trustworthy, reliable, and hard-working.

Corey brings a wealth of qualifications and is capable in every way to understand the city's financial needs and to clearly articulate necessary information to the City Council and to the public. On April 2, please give Corey your vote.

Kathy Hermann

Stevens Point

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