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Cheryl Lorraine
Hukill

Republican

Occupation: Self Employed

Occupational Background: 1979-2004 Co-owner of Hukill's Ready Rooter Inc.; 1996-2001 Cornerstone Christian Fellowship. Co director and overseer of 30 Cell Leaders; Assistant Financial Director handling payroll and accounts payable. Aided in family and marriage counseling with church members. 1971-1972, 1974- 1975, and 1987-1990 Employed by Merle West Medical Center. 1. Unit Secretary: CCU, Orthopedics, Medical/Surgical, Emergency Room. 2. Cancer Center Front Office: Greeting and registering patients, telephone operations. 1986-1987 Employed by an Allergy/Asthma Doctor from Medford

Educational Background: Graduated from Coquille High School in 1965; Attended Cascade College 1965-1966; Attended Canadian Bible College 1966-1967

Prior Governmental Experience: Executive Board member Klamath County Republican Central Committee; Central Committee Chairperson for Precinct Committee People. (Our committee rewrote the handbook for PCP's adopted by the State of Oregon.) President Klamath County Republican Women; Secretary Klamath County Republican Women; Ways and Means Chairman Klamath County Republican Central Committee; Appointed to Special Budget Task Force for Klamath County.

Personal

My name is Cheryl Hukill. I am 60 years old; married for 40 years. Ronald and I have lived in Klamath Falls for 39 years. We have 3 children and 6 grandchildren.

Committee Activities

Cheryl Hukill is very active in the Military Affairs Committee. They are "Honorary Commanders" for the Logistics Readiness Squadron. As the troops are deployed and then return home, she is there with the MAC group, greeting the men and women in uniform. She was active in helping to raise funds for Merle West Medical Center's Cancer Center.

Cheryl believes that

Being Optimistic is looking on the favorable side of conditions and to expect a more favorable outcome.

Character in Government Set aside personal agendas for the benefit of the county. Serving and listening to each resident and being interested in what is important to them.

When problems or situations arise, it gives us the opportunity to come up with solutions to make Klamath County a better place to live, work, and raise our families

(This information furnished by Com. to Elect Cheryl Hukill.)