Bristol village trustee candidate interviews

Six people will compete for three Bristol village trustee positions this Tuesday.

The six are:

  • Sharon Calvillo.
  • Colleen Fisch, who also is running for village president as a write-in candidate after being defeated in the primary for that position.
  • Lisa Hendricks, a current trustee.
  • William Glembocki, a current trustee.
  • John McCabe, a former town supervisor.
  • Jack Spencer.

All were invited to do video interviews with Calvillo, Fisch and Spencer declined. Hendricks did not respond to requests for an interview.

Bill Glembocki has lived in Bristol since 1960. He is retired from AMC/Chrysler. He served on the Bristol Fire Department for over 30 years and was the last elected chief. He has helped with Progress Days and served as a town supervisor. He has been a village trustee for the past year.

Here is his interview:

John McCabe has lived in Bristol since 1995. He served two terms as a town supervisor before the town was annexed into the village. He graduated from Roosevelt University in 1988 with a degree in computer science. He works as a senior technology specialist for Abbott Laboratories. He was formerly a member of the Jaycees and is a member of the Kenosha Concervation Club. He volunteers at the Pringle Nature Center.

Here is his interview:


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