Summer joins incumbents on ballot in uncontested race at Webster

WEBSTER — With incumbent Sarah Casady deciding to not run for another term on the village board, Bill Summer stepped up to join incumbents Kelsey Gustafson and Greg Widiker on the ballot. Summer shared a bit about himself and why he chose to serve the village as a trustee and fill the seat vacated by Casady.
Summer is a Webster High School graduate. He went to the University of Wisconsin - Superior and attended Mid-State Technical College in Wisconsin Rapids. He and his wife, Sherill, own Webster Cog and Sprocket on Main Street.
“As a resident of the village of Webster and a business owner, I see and feel the sense of community that Webster has.
“From grade school all the way to graduation in May of 1986, Webster has always been home to me, but as most kids will agree when they graduate they can't wait to get outta here, much as I did. But after time, you start to realize that there is no place like home. So, I came back to raise a family and give my kids that chance to live in a community like ours.
“I want to be a village board trustee because I want to be a part of keeping and making Webster the village that many call home and to entice more businesses and families to want to call Webster home too.”

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