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Public Pulse October 9th, 2008

The Editor

Brust for PPH

Hooray! Finally someone with a vast amount of common sense and medical knowledge is running for the Pomerado Health District Board of Directors. This is someone we can vote for with confidence.

Don Brust has proven his leadership ability as an eight year member and also president of the Bonsall Board of Education. I worked closely wiht Don as a fellow member of that Board and watched his courage to make changes and voice opinions in the interest of the children of the district. This is not the only situation where Don has shown versatility and leadership. He has made the local Rotary a more effective community group. No one could get activities organized and up and running like Don. His business sense was developed and displayed as the owner of his free standing veterinary hospital conducting laser surgery.

He has done all of this with humor and understanding, practicing a persuasive and supportive manner to deal with friend and foe. Don has the knowledge, tact, and time to make our hospital board the best it can be. He certainly has my vote!

/s/Dr. Shirley M. Kazarian
Escondido, Ca.

Another Brust Fan

Why Don Brust for PPHD Board of Directors? Don is a highly educated medical professional (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine), business man (owned a free standing hospital, grower for over 40 years, school district budget committee), civic leader (past president of two Rotary Clubs, eight year member of Bonsall Union School Board), he is a man with integrity (Olympic official twice selected). He will bring a vast and varied background to the Board.

Don is dedicated to any task he undertakes. When confined to a wheel chair he still helped his Rotary Colub with its major fundraiser. He lives furthest away from where Rotary meets, yet attends all committee meetings. When one of our club members lost her home in the Rice Canyon fire, he was there to help. He quietly asked what she needed, made up his shopping list and delivered the goods. Few knew of his generosity as Don was quiet about it.

Don is a team player, yet an independent thinker, a good listener, but will speack up when appropriate. Please vote for Dr. Donald Brust Palomar Pomerado Health District.

/s/Stephen J. Plank, CLU, ChFC
Fallbrook, CA.

Evelyn Madison for PPH

I am not only proud but eager to support Evelyn Madison in her bid to win a seat on the Palomar Pomerado Health board of directors.

She has served on the board before, and is known to ask tough questions of administrators and to require accountability of the management team. She has a long and distinguished record of serving the community as a leader with many civic and service organizations. She has been part of top management for several firms over the years and has the common sense and business acumen necessary to provide a firm guiding hand to the PPH management team. She is also known as a strong team player and will work smoothly with other board members to help develop meaningful and successful policies.

For someone you can trust, someone you can count on, please vote with me to elect Evelyn Madison to the Palomar Pomerado Health system's board of directors this November 4th.

/s/Lowell Neely
Escondido, Ca.

Another Vote for Madison

I’m delighted to learn Evelyn Madison is a candidate for the Palomar Pomerado Health System board of directors.

Her strong record of serving in leadership positions with a number of civic and service clubs is well known and respected. She has also been a previsous member of the PPH Board so it’s not something new to her. She did a marvelous job then, she’ll do it again.

I’m voting for Evelyn Madison for PPH Board Member. Hope you will as well!

/s/Vicki Petta
Escondido, Ca.

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