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Brian

Brian is a key account manager for the foodservice division of the Kellogg Company. Working all day to help supply everyone from small local restaurants that are the heart of their communities to some of the largest companies in the country that every family in America depends on for convenient healthy meals has taught him a lot about the dramatic challenges businesses of every size face in our current economy.

Brian knows exactly what many of the businesses in our downtown are facing during the pandemic struggling just to keep the lights on and the doors open because he helps people like them every day.

While Brian grew up on the southwest side of Chicago, he has made his home in Lombard for over a decade.

He and his wife Diana, who grew up in Lombard, have lived in District 1 for eight years, where they are raising their two children Leo and Margot – and those two puppies Scotty and Horace.

While Brian grew up on the southwest side of Chicago, he has made his home in Lombard for over a decade.

He and his wife Diana, who grew up in Lombard, have lived in District 1 for eight years, where they are raising their two children Leo and Margot – and those two puppies Scotty and Horace.

Lombard’s Advocate

With a keen interest in how the local government worked, and looking for an opportunity to help out the community, Brian volunteered to work for the Village in 2013.  He was appointed to the Lombard Economic and Development Committee, where he served for six years.

While on the EDC, Brian not only gained unique insight into how the Village is managed, but he was also able to bring his years of professional experience as an executive for a Fortune 500 company to bear on a number of development challenges Lombard was facing in a very competitive landscape.

Brian decided to run for District 1 Trustee because he knows that we need a strong advocate to refocus the Village on our neighborhood.  He believes he can help our government better leverage available resources to finally revitalize the Downtown area, which would have a tremendous impact on the quality of daily life for everyone in District 1.

Brian also wants to commit the Village to the long-term neighborhood infrastructure improvement projects that District 1 residents so desperately want and deserve, while also improving transparency across village government and increasing visibility and understanding of village actions for all residents.

Brian decided to run for District 1 Trustee because he knows that we need a strong advocate to refocus the Village on our neighborhood.  He believes he can help our government better leverage available resources to finally revitalize the Downtown area, which would have a tremendous impact on the quality of daily life for everyone in District 1.

Brian also wants to commit the Village to the long-term neighborhood infrastructure improvement projects that District 1 residents so desperately want and deserve, while also improving transparency across village government and increasing visibility and understanding of village actions for all residents.

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