Letter: Willman has a formidable work ethic

I have known Charlie Willman for almost 40 years. He has a formidable work ethic. In addition to his commitment to his law practice, he has a long-standing record of indefatigable community service. On top of that, over the past four decades he has guided, mentored and inspired hundreds of students in the nationally recognized GSHS Mock Trial program. A man of perseverance. He has the uncommon abilities of knowing how to listen, delegate and trust. And he has a great sense of humor. He will serve the City of Glenwood Springs well. Please vote for Charlie for Glenwood Springs City Council, Ward 3.

Carol Craven,


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