Tuesday, 28 June 2022

Coovert: Voting for Bill Kearney for District 5 supervisor

I have known the Kearney family for over 35 years. After moving to Lake County in 1980 they opened their first pharmacy and later a second pharmacy in Lakeport.

Last year after 39 years he sold two well-established pharmacy businesses and retired.

Bill and Dana Kearney have been members of many volunteer service organizations, by donating time and financial assistance to many local charities in Lake County.

Bill was past president of the Lake County Chamber of Commerce. Bill serves as board
president of Sutter Lakeside Hospital and he supervised a $ 30 million budget for patient services. Bill was recognized by Congressman Mike Thompson with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Bill Kearney volunteered every Wednesday doing “Health Talk” on our local radio station, discussing health and medication questions, submitted by the local radio audience. His talk show lasted 33 years until his political opponent wanted equal time, shut him off the air, even though the show was about health never about politics.

Now is the time to vote for Bill Kearney. He has the knowledge and the ethics and will be able to dedicate his full attention as supervisor for District 5.

Lori Coovert lives in Kelseyville, California.

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