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Town of Porter Justice Truesdale seeks re-election

Fri, May 26th 2017 05:10 pm
Town of Porter Justice David Truesdale has announced his intention to seek re-election to a 10th term as town justice. Truesdale, a lifelong resident of the Town of Porter, is completing his 36th year as justice.
 
Truesdale graduated from Lewiston-Porter in 1966 and went on to graduate with his BS in elementary and early secondary education in 1970. He completed his graduate studies at Niagara University in 1975. In 1970, he began his 32-year teaching career at Wilson Central School, where he taught fifth and sixth grades and served as teacher on special assignment.
 
Truesdale has served on several committees within the Town of Porter. He has also served as a commissioner on the Town of Porter Recreation Committee. He is a life member of the Youngstown Volunteer Fire Co., where he has served as president, vice president, secretary, trustee and assistant chief. He is presently serving as treasurer of the fire company.
 
As stated by Jennifer Pauly of the Niagara River Region Chamber of Commerce, "Dave has provided leadership and has created an example of good citizenship while enhancing the well-being of the community."
 
Truesdale is a member of the New York State Magistrates' Association and the Niagara County Magistrates' Association, where he has served as president and treasurer.
 
Truesdale completed his basic judicial training through the New York State Unified Court System in 1981 and has successfully completed advanced training through the same agency each year since then.

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