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Good choice in Unruh

Good choice in Unruh

I have known Troy for more than 20 years and appreciate our relationship, as colleagues, employees and friends. Troy treats everyone he meets with respect and care. He is more than willing to spend the time needed to be a part of the solution, even in tough situations. Troy is very active in the community and willingly shares his time, talent and treasure with many worthy causes.

I would say that Troy's greatest asset is his wonderful wife, Brenda, and their four children, Maggie, Emily, Elizabeth and Drew, who are a joy to be around. They keep him grounded, active and engaged in our community. Please vote for Troy Unruh, City Commission. Thank you.


Garden City

Support Unruh for commission

On Tuesday, April 2, the citizens of Garden City have the opportunity to vote for City Commissioner. We ask you to vote for our son, Troy Unruh. After graduating from Garden City High School and completing college, he made the decision to return to his hometown. Troy is a man of strong principles and integrity. He is devoted to his family and has worked to develop his leadership skills. Troy will represent you and our interests to the best of his ability, to keep Garden City the regional leader.

Thank you for your vote on April 2.


Garden City

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