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Board of Trustees

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Gregory W. Nicklas

Trustee Nicklas has served on the Lemont Township Board for 16 years and has been an active volunteer for the past 10 years in the Lemont Township Medvan and Pace Bus Programs as well as the Meals on Wheels Initiative. He was the National Accounts Director for ADT Security Systems until 1991 when he retired after working for them for 30 years.

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Jason R. Sanderson

Trustee Sanderson has served on the Lemont Township Board since 2017, and is the current owner of RWE Management Company, a construction management company that specializes in the design and construction of animal care, medical and commercial facilities. In 2018 Trustee Sanderson was named “Small Business Leader of the Year” by the Illinois State Crime Commission and was honored at the awards dinner for his service to the community, his many achievements in business and running a small company. Trustee Sanderson has also served as the Planning and Zoning Commission for Lemont from 2011 to 2017.

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Mario Mollo

Trustee Mollo was appointed to the Township Board in November 2020 to complete the Trustee term of Michael Shackel.  Trustee Mollo has lived in Lemont since 2001, and has served the Lemont community in a number of capacities.  Trustee Mollo was a baseball, basketball, and soccer coach for the various recreational, school, and travel organizations within the Lemont sports community from 2003 through 2016.  Trustee Mollo also served as Treasurer and Vice-President for Lemont Baseball and Softball Club.  In addition, Trustee Mollo served as the Athletic Director, as well as a member of its Finance Committee, for Everest Academy.  Finally, Trustee Mollo served School District 113A in a number of committees, including its Finance and Audit  Committee, Discipline Committee, and District Dialogue Committee.  Trustee Mollo has a Master of Arts Degree in Public Administration from the University of Illinois-Springfield.

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