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Pam Rozendaal letter: Alvarado truly cares about Willmar

Fernando Alvarado cares about the people of Willmar. Fernando is an individual who cares deeply about all people in our community. I have known Fernando for 15 years and have worked with him on two different boards. Fernando was the president of ...

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Fernando Alvarado cares about the people of Willmar.

Fernando is an individual who cares deeply about all people in our community. I have known Fernando for 15 years and have worked with him on two different boards.

Fernando was the president of each of those boards and handled his leadership positions with fairness and zeal. When president of the Cardinal Pride board, Fernando was always focused on the student athletes. He wanted to make sure that everything we did on the board helped the students. He worked tirelessly to raise money, even establishing a foundation for future athletes.

I saw this same passion when he was president of the Willmar Aquatic Racing Stingrays, a USA swim club in Willmar.

Fernando is passionate about people and doing the very best for everyone in his circle of influence. I have seen Fernando on a personal level help complete strangers, encourage young people who need a kind word, serve on Eagle Scout Board of Review, and take thousands of photos at sporting events, and community events; emailing the photos to various individuals and donating them to the high school yearbook.

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Fernando is generous with his time to anyone in need.

I believe that Fernando would make a great City Council member as he will bring his passion, kindness, generosity and a servant heart to the city of Willmar. You will be hard pressed to find anyone as positive about this city and as excited about the future potential of our city.

If you are in Ward 3 make sure you cast your vote for Fernando Alvarado

Pam Rozendaal

Willmar

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