Letters to the editor: Lohr and Zimmerman receive support

Lohr is a trustworthy candidate

I have known Jeremy Lohr for over 20 years. During this period, I have seen his commitment to excellence on several occasions. He is trustworthy, always ready to help others and his work is meticulous. Jeremy does his job properly and does it well. I believe he would be an asset to Sandusky County as a commissioner.

Bettyanne Thayer


Lohr demonstrated intelligence and integrity

Allow me to introduce my friend Jeremy Lohr. My name is David Lester. After moving to Northwest Ohio from central Florida in late 1999, getting to know people, making friends and finding people you trust can be daunting because this is the myriad where people can take advantage of a stranger.

As a homeowner with no handyman skills, I reached out to some who took advantage of my ignorance and in the process I also met men who were not only skilled craftsmen but men who take pride in their work and value their reputation and integrity.

Jeremy Lohr is one of the good guys. Oddly enough, my first introduction was through his son who studied music with me for a while. I respect his parenting skills in the way he encourages and models personal responsibility for his children.

As a contractor, he carried out work at my house. I found his work to be done on time, with excellent craftsmanship at a fair price. “Satisfaction Guaranteed” although not stated directly, is definitely an expression I would choose to describe his quality of work as well as his work ethic.

In my life, I have watched some people choose to do the bare minimum in their work. I remember working in places and hearing people say “that’s not my job”. Then there are those who choose quality simply for the satisfaction of doing a job well done.

Having known Jeremy Lohr for over 10 years now, I was delighted to know a guy who listens more than he talks and seeks to contribute to the betterment of the community in which he is raising his own family.

I sincerely believe that if elected, Jeremy Lohr will prove to voters, whether they voted for him or not, that he is definitely the right person for the job.

Receptive people can learn what they are motivated to study. Integrity can be claimed, but it must be demonstrated and verified.

Jeremy Lohr demonstrated his intelligence and integrity in me and verified it and in my interactions with him in the community. I’d be happy to go into additional detail if anyone were to request more information on why to vote for Jeremy Lohr. I can be reached at [email protected]

David T. Lester


Zimmerman is able to adapt, adjust and act responsibly

I am writing in support of Russ Zimmerman for re-election to the Sandusky County Board of County Commissioners.

A county commissioner’s job is to work hard for the citizens they represent. It is essential to coordinate and cooperate with other elected officials. This is most evident with the other chosen ones. This is most evident when working with taxpayers’ money in the budget process.

Throughout the year, circumstances can and must change, requiring quick adjustments and decisions. It takes a strong commissioner to adapt, adjust and act responsibly. Russ Zimmerman is such a commissioner.

I have worked with Zimmerman and he has good business knowledge, common sense and an understanding of Sandusky County and a desire to serve all citizens with respect.

I urge you to join me in supporting and re-electing Russ Zimmerman as Sandusky County Commissioner.

Kevin Strecker

Mayor City of Bellevue

Lohr will roll up his sleeves to get the job done

I met Jeremy Lohr about 20-25 years ago. I don’t even remember how. Yet whenever I see him, he’s still a worker. No polished suits – just roll up your sleeves to get the job done. This is what we need, strangling government and taxes. I highly recommend voting for Lohr for commissioner of Sandusky Country.

David Rohrbacher


Lohr has invested in the community

With more than 20 years of knowledge of Jeremy Lohr. I saw an honest and hard-working family man investing in his community. Our county would benefit greatly from having him as commissioner.

Rory Keyes


Lohr is Christian, driven and a lifelong resident

I think it was in 1990 that I first met Jeremy Lohr. It was the year Fremont Collision closed and I called Dave to see if he would hire me. I have known him for 42 years. Lohr is a strong Christian and family man, driven, enterprising with years of experience in construction and roofing, living in the Fremont area all his life. Because of these traits, I think Lohr would make a good commissioner.

I too am against more codes and regulations.

Larry Perkins


Lohr is not a typical politician

I had the pleasure of meeting Jeremy Lohr about fifteen years ago when I was looking for a contractor to do some work. After a few projects, I quickly realized that he was very trustworthy and professional.

During these years he has done many other tasks for me, always with amazing results. I am fortunate to say that during these same years I had the opportunity to form a very good friendship with Lohr, to learn more about him, his family and his points of view on so many different categories.

What I learned is that he is not your typical politician, but an average guy who loves his family, his faith and his community and wants to improve the future of our children and grandchildren. There is no doubt in my mind that with his hard work and integrity, Jeremy Lohr would be an excellent candidate for County Commissioner.

Randy Ward


Deadline set for political letters to the editor

The News-Messenger and News Herald will accept letters to the editor regarding the May 3 primary election until 8 a.m. April 26.

Letters should include the author’s name, city, and a contact phone number for verification purposes.

Letters should be checked before being accepted for publication. The editor reserves the right to limit the letters relating to a candidate or a question on the ballot and to modify them if necessary. Letters must be 300 words or less. Send letters by email to [email protected] or by mail to 1800 E. State St., Suite B., Fremont 43420.

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