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As a fourth generation resident, Rodney Creech has inherited and demonstrates the values of Preble County. As a Twin Township Trustee, Rodney understands government on the most local of levels; where leadership is about taking providing service for one constituent at a time, and then duplicating that effort over and over again. As a business owner who is a Preble County success story, Rodney understands the relationship between customer service and the growth of the enterprise. All of these skills will serve him well as he serves our community as County Commissioner.


Most importantly, Rodney has a passion to serve his community. In his work as a Township Trustee, as part of the Preble County Development Partnership, and in his efforts as a member of the Chamber of Commerce, he has demonstrated that his leadership goals are to move the organization forward; not merely show up to the meetings. He is visionary in seeing the possibilities and then digs in to see the work through, whatever mission he takes on. But at the same time, he understands the importance of relationships and that the best conversations more often occur across a pickup truck tailgate than over a conference table.


If life is growth, then the future life of our county will be dependent upon economic growth; growth that is carefully designed to align with the uniqueness of our region and still postures us to be attractive in a highly competitive market for business and industry. As the economy improves, our competitiveness will rely upon leaders with a proven track record of bringing value to their organization, agency, or business. Rodney Creech brings just that to the equation and is deserving of our support in the May 6 primary election for Preble County Commissioner.


Brad Neavin


Eaton

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