WILMINGTON, MA — Jomarie O’Mahony, Daryn Marsh, and Kevin MacDonald are running for the seat on the Wilmington Board of Selectmen recently vacated by Ed Loud. The winner will fulfill the one year remaining on Loud’s unexpired term.
Wilmington Apple is asking the candidates multiple questions each week leading up to the April 27 Town Election.
The latest question:
Describe your past & present involvement with Wilmington’s town government (e.g., any appointed or elected positions, serve on any committees?) AND in the Wilmington community (e.g., volunteerism with non-profits, churches, schools, youth sports, etc.).
Below are the candidates’ responses, in their own words:
Currently, I am the State Appointee for the Wilmington Housing Authority. I am also on the WCTV Board and the President of We’re One Wilmington which I founded with a group of friends in 2010. I teach CCD for 9thand 10thgraders at St. Thomas Church.
Outside of the immediate Wilmington realm, I volunteer for the Ipods for Wounded Veterans Organization, am Vice President of the Greater Lowell Childrens Fund and volunteer for the Save One Souls Animal Rescue League.
I was the 2011 Good Guy and received the 2016 Unsung Heroine Award from the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women. In 2018, I was inducted into the Wilmington High School National Honor Society which was a great surprise and honor for me.
Previously, I was a member and past-president of the Wilmington Educational Foundation and have volunteered as a coach for my children’s soccer and softball teams as well as at their schools throughout the years.
Mr. Marsh chose to answer this question via video:
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