October 30, 2013

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 30, 2013


My father has instilled many positive values that come into being a good person in the community. Such values and morals have been derived from the lifestyle that was instilled upon him from a child.

He is a hard-working individual, which includes working full time as a New York state correction officer, completing projects around his house or helping a friend or neighbor who is in need of a hand.

He is able to stay disciplined and work under strict timelines. His work ethic will bring the residents of Beekmantown assurance that their voices will be spoken for at monthly meetings.

He is honest, true and committed. If he tells you he is going to get something done, he will.

Although he may not have all of the answers or if he is unsure he will tell you, but it will not stop there, he will find out the information and get you your answer.

He is approachable and demonstrates patience when listening to what others have to say, even in disagreements.

He will listen, be your voice and represent the Town of Beekmantown.

I urge you to support and vote for, my father, Sherman DuBrey this Election Day, Nov. 5.




Record of service

TO THE EDITOR: This year, we have an opportunity to elect a very good person to Beekmantown Town Council.

Sherm DuBrey is an honest, hard-working life resident of our town.  Sherm has a long-standing record of public service and will serve our town well. 

I’ve known Sherm for more than 30 years; he gives and donates endless hours to support labor unions, to school boards and youth groups.

I have watched Sherm for many years; he is always giving a helping hand and always has the right advice to “get the job done, the right way.”

Text Only | Photo Reprints

Cheers and Jeers

Letters to the Editor
In My Opinion

Recent Columns