Letter: Siblings explain why voters can count on Vyncke again


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Posted Online: April 06, 2013, 11:00 pm
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Four years ago we asked you to elect our brother, Rob Vyncke, as South Moline Township clerk. We are asking you to support Rob again on Tuesday. Make your vote count again -- because you can count on Rob again!

Township business has been automated over the last four years, making operations more efficient and cost effective.

A website has also been established this past term, making information readily accessible at townships.toi.org/SOUTHMOLINETOWNSHIP/.

Rob is pleased with the many outreach programs the township is able to offer its citizens. He knows it is very important to support our friends and neighbors.

Rob is invested in our community. A former youth sports coach, he is a local businessman, managing ILLOWA Enterprises, a successful business in Moline for the past 33 years. He leads employees, manages budgets, negotiates contracts, purchases supplies and equipment, and complies with government regulations. We can count on Rob to use these skills as clerk.
In addition to the skills Rob has, you will find that he is a great people person. He is very dedicated to his family and friends and is a conscientious, hard-working man.
We are proud of our brother, and know that you can always count on Rob.

We ask for your support for Rob Vyncke on Tuesday. Rob is a proven success as your township clerk and would be honored to have your support as he seeks to be re-elected. Please, make your vote count for Rob.

Therese & Bob Roman,
Silvis
Barb & Ken Brooks, and
Dave & Cheryl Vyncke
East Moline,
Curt & Joyce Vyncke,
Holland, Mich.,
Mary Jeanne & Charlie King,
Manassas, Va.
Susan & Mickey Clay,
Davenport















 



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