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Gibson for Boyle PVA

There were times during my 29-year tenure of serving as your PVA that I was asked to be listed as a reference on someone’s job resumé. I gladly agreed to a majority of the requests but declined a couple of times when I felt it was in the job candidate’s best interest. I was taught in college to be honest about yourself when preparing a resumé and this applies to making a recommendation to the potential employer.

On Nov. 6, you will have the opportunity to hire Lacresha “My” Gibson as your next Boyle County property valuation administrator. I am proudly recommending Lacresha Gibson for the job. Lacresha Gibson was first hired in the Boyle County PVA office as a summertime employee while attending college. She worked as a part time employee when she returned home and eventually worked her way into a full-time position with benefits. She is currently serving at chief deputy in our office.

Lacresha Gibson has excelled at every level of her employment in the PVA office during her 22-plus years of service. Her knowledge of the everyday duties of the office is impeccable. Her computer skills allows our office to be at the forefront of services offered by PVA offices statewide. Her talents have been recognized by her peers as she was honored as “Deputy of the Year” by the Kentucky PVA Association. Lacresha has completed the education programs provided by the Kentucky Department of Revenue and received the Certified Kentucky Assessor and Senior Kentucky Assessor designations. However, I feel her most valuable qualities are her work ethic and her willingness to serve the citizens of Boyle County.

Experience matters. Experience and talent matter in all walks of life. Lacresha Gibson’s experience and knowledge of the requirements of the PVA office makes her the most qualified candidate in this year’s election. I wholeheartedly endorse Lacresha “My” Gibson for Boyle County property valuation administrator and ask for your vote on Nov. 6.

Eddie Tamme

Danville