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Vote Cafero for Probate Judge

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In a few weeks, it will be time to head to the polls to vote for Larry Cafero for Probate Judge. I have known Larry since high school, where he was elected president of the Class of 1975. Since that time, he has continued to serve in multiple leadership roles, bringing honor and respect to the city where he grew up, and stayed, to work as a highly accomplished attorney and raise his amazing family.

For many years, I worked with Larry on the Norwalk Board of Education, where he provided exemplary leadership in setting school policy, negotiating contracts, and working with students, parents, staff, and community members. With a diverse student body, the Norwalk Public Schools is a microcosm of our state and nation, and Larry served with fairness, efficiency and compassion for all the students and their families.

In his years at state legislature, he continued to serve as a stellar advocate for children and families, always considering the best interests of the citizens of Norwalk and Wilton.

With almost 30 years of legal experience and public service, Attorney Cafero has the passion and competence to serve as Probate Judge. Larry will carefully and compassionately work with families and heirs to transfer properties and safeguard the affairs of minors and incapacitated individuals. His common sense, caring nature, and sense of humor make him a perfect candidate to work with individuals during challenging times in their lives. There is no one that I hold in higher regard!

Please join me in voting for Larry Cafero on Tuesday, November 6.

 

Terry Tavella Quell

2 comments

Piberman October 28, 2018 at 11:02 am

Without a doubt Larry Cafero is Norwalk’s most distinguished “true public servant”. Virtually every long time resident has been touched positively by this emphatic, kind and truly honorable citizen. He deserves our continuing support. And we will all benefit form his continuing service as Probate Judge.

Alan October 28, 2018 at 5:19 pm

While the cash from the refrigerator was returned Larry’s sell-by date is long past. Fresh faces is what fresh is needed on both the state and local level. Sorry. While I can’t vote, I would vote for anyone else.

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