Letter to the Editor: Servant leader – committed to build a better future

October 5, 2022 | 12:02 am

Updated October 4, 2022 | 9:37 pm

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I have the privilege of knowing Bruce Kunze as a friend and a community volunteer for the past 25 years, and can verify he truly embodies the philosophy of “not what is” but “what can be” in all his endeavors. Our community has benefitted from his tireless energy and vision as evident by the development of the Owensboro Regional Farmers Market, his commitment to youth through the Wendell Ford Government Education Center and as a teacher and counselor, plus his service to numerous local and state volunteer boards. During his three terms as the Central Division County Commissioner on Daviess Fiscal Court, Bruce’s efforts were a catalyst to the revitalization of downtown Owensboro and surrounding communities. 

Bruce is a lifelong resident of Daviess County, growing within the city limits and living his adult years on family farm in the county. He understands and respects the needs of all citizens and looks to find ways to address the gaps from healthcare to housing. Bruce is committed to diversity, equality, and inclusion. He knows the future of our community lies in the hands of our next generations as well as unrepresented groups who have been historically absence from decision-making positions in our community – and is committed to make the change.

Bruce understands the economic challenges that lie ahead but sees the opportunities. We need a servant leader committed to build a better future. The vision for our desired future in Daviess County can be achieved if Bruce Kunze is elected as Judge Executive. 

Written by
Marianne Smith Edge
Founder, The AgriNutrition Edge

October 5, 2022 | 12:02 am

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