Gardner for Holy Cross
The upcoming Holy Cross board of directors election has brought numerous candidates forward as possible new directors on the Holy Cross board.
As a 25-year member of the Holy Cross board, I would like to take the opportunity to endorse Bob Gardner for the directorship available in the Southern District.
Bob is a longtime resident of western Colorado, and before his retirement from the Holy Cross management team, I had the pleasure of working with him for many years at Holy Cross. I cannot speak too highly of his professionalism, dedication and attention to detail. Bob is a person who puts great thought into any decision he makes. Furthermore, his sense of fair play and honesty are beyond reproach. Because he has had the experience of working with the Holy Cross management and staff, he brings important insight to any board decision. I know from firsthand experience that he has vision and historical perspective of Holy Cross that only years in the business can bring. He understands consumer needs and concerns from both inside and outside the organization.
I believe Bob’s goals are to serve the consumers’ needs and provide reliable electrical service now and into the future at a reasonably cost while being both clean and green.
Because of his knowledge, experience in the industry and his education, he is the most qualified and logical choice to fill the Southern District seat. He is a person who will bring balance, stability and longevity to the board for many years to come.
For the reasons previously stated, I hereby endorse Bob Gardner for the Holy Cross board of directors and urge you to cast your vote for him in the upcoming elections.
Holy Cross board member
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