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Mike Sylvester

I look forward to hearing your presentation in May and I especially look forward to learning more about former Congressman Jim Jontz.

Mike Sylvester

Roger McNeill

What a shocker.

Jim Jontz was one of the most unassuming and unpretentious politicians I ever met, and was a reliable champion of State Employee labor issues in the State Legislature.

Agree or disagree, you always knew where he stood and what you saw is what you got. He embraced his role as a maverick.

My prayers are with his family.

Geoff Paddock

In 1985, then State Senator Jim Jontz was very helpful as we were putting together an effort to fight the expansion of the Adams Center Landfill. He was a strong environmentalist, and while Allen County was not in his district, he cared about us and represented us. Jim Jontz exemplified the very best in public service.

Geoff Paddock, New Haven City Administrator, 1984 - 1987.

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