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Democrat Randy Fleck says he intends to seek re-election for Dubois County Commissioners District 3 seat.

District 3 consists of Cass, Ferdinand, Hall, Jackson, Jefferson and Marion townships. Fleck has served as a commissioner for 11 years and is currently the vice president of the group of three commissioners.

In a news release Fleck says he’s really enjoyed his time working with the people of Dubois County as a county commissioner. He says he looks forward to a continuation of economic development, good responsible government that lives within its needs and (making) Dubois County a great place for families to reside.

Fleck, resides in Jackson Township on State Road 64 with his wife Sharon and two daughters.  Fleck is an account manager for International Paper in St. Anthony, where he also serves on the town’s water utilities board.

He is also on the Patoka Water and Sewer Board, Dubois County Solid Waste Board and Dubois County Emergency Management Board. He is past president of the St. Anthony Jaycees and Indiana Association of County Commissioners. Last year he received the 2015 County Commissioners Award and the 2015 Dedicated Service Award.

He is member of the Knights of Columbus, the Fraternal Order of Police, Travelers Protective Association of America, the American Legion and belongs to St. Anthony Catholic Church.

A graduate of Jasper High School, he has an associates degree in business management from Vincennes University Jasper Campus. He is an Eagle Scout and U.S. Army veteran.

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