Nancy Mensinger

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Pat Heyn

I have been married to Harold Heyn since 1973 and have lived in the township for 41 years. We have one daughter Jennifer Piller who works as a Physician Assistance at SWMC and one granddaughter Anna who is now 6 years old.

My previous work experience includes: working in the insurance and banking industry, owning a successful garbage company for 20 years and co-owner of our excavating company. I am presently working as part time receptionist for our church child care.

This is my second term as trustee. I was elected in 2008 and re-elected in 2012. I have served on the planning commission, secretary of the Economic Growth Alliance (now CGA), secretary of park board. I co-chair our fall festival which is in it's 6th year. Our township board created two new committees to help oversee township assets as well as the utilities of the township. I serve on the asset allocation committee as well as the utility board.

My main goal is to serve the township people in a fiscally responsible way and to be available to help anyone who needs assistance. Please feel free to contact me (426-4352) with any concerns and I will do my best to help.

Jim Stine

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John Wilk

Lake Charter Township has been my home since 1943. It is my honor and responsibility to serve as a Trustee. For the past several years and currently, I am a member of the Lake Charter Township Planning Commission and the Zoning Board of Appeals. My prior public service experience is having served as a member of the Bridgman Public School Board of Education. My career experience has been in the financial industry which includes 32 years in management for Chemical Bank and 10 years in loan operations management at the Notre Dame Federal Credit Union.

We have been blessed in many ways in our Township. One of my goals as Trustee is to build the long term financial strength of our Township through good budget practices and long term strategic planning with reserve funds for expected and unexpected future needs. Please call on me if you have any questions or concerns regarding our Township. I will be pleased to discuss them with you.

The decisions made now are the decisions lived with in the future.