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Add their voices in support of Pringle’s election as Village of Pelham Manor trustee

To the editor:

We write to add our voices in strong support of Kate Pringle’s candidacy for the Village of Pelham Manor Board of Trustees.

We have known Pringle and her family since they moved to Pelham Manor 16 years ago and believe that she would make an excellent trustee. We have both worked with Pringle on various nonprofit boards in Pelham, and she has been unwavering in her commitment, compassion and thoughtful leadership to those institutions, as she is and will be to the Village of Pelham Manor and its residents.

In addition, we have observed her faithful service to Huguenot Memorial Church in a variety of crucial roles, from heading up the annual charitable Christmas tree sale to organizing the church’s youth basketball league to serving on the church’s governing body for multiple terms. Specifically, we have seen Pringle deftly manage complex issues in her role as the head of the church’s personnel committee, bringing her deep experience as an attorney to help resolve those issues with keen insight, empathy and common sense.

As all those who know Pringle can attest, she will bring her all to the role of trustee and will bring passion, vision and enthusiasm to the goal of making Pelham Manor a stronger, safer and more vibrant village. In her candidate statement, she emphasized her love of this great community and her desire to engage that community in “dreaming bigger.”

We urge you to give her and her running mate, Mark Cardwell, a chance to make that happen.

Lance and Lisa Koonce

128 Iden Ave.

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