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Summitt-Campbell seeks at-large council seat

Friday, April 13, 2012

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Stephanie Summitt-Campbell has announced her bid for Putnam County Council on the Republican ballot in the May 8 primary.

Summitt-Campbell says she would bring 16 years of experience and knowledge to the County Council.

She has been the current county auditor for 7 years, and prior to being elected auditor she held the following positions in the office: plat, tax, payroll and claims deputy.

Summitt-Campbell believes in providing courteous service to the public. She encourages her staff to go the extra mile to help the customers.

"I feel that my knowledge of the funds and how the offices run will be a great asset to bring to the County Council," Summitt-Campbell stated.

Summitt-Campbell says she "can hit the ground running" in the position, and doesn't need any on-the-job training. Since she has been attending the meetings for years in her auditor's office capacities, she says she understands the budget process.

"I love helping people and I am very excited to have the opportunity to serve the county in a different capacity," Summitt-Campbell added.

A lifelong resident of Putnam County, Summitt-Campbell is a 1996 graduate of South Putnam High School. She has a degree in computer science.

Her parents are Michael and Jeanette Summitt, who reside in Washington Township.

She and her husband, Glen, reside in Greencastle along with three of their four children, Cheyenna, Trentan and Gavan.