LETTER: Thimm works hard, is committed
To The Telegram: I have known Kelly Thimm since he was a student participant in the Superior Mock Trial Program over 20 years ago. I have had an opportunity to see his dedication and his willingness to work hard and to give back to his community ...
To The Telegram:
I have known Kelly Thimm since he was a student participant in the Superior Mock Trial Program over 20 years ago. I have had an opportunity to see his dedication and his willingness to work hard and to give back to his community since that time.
Since returning to Superior, Kelly has actively participated as a coach, giving back his time and energy to the students at Superior Senior High School, while working full-time as an assistant district attorney with a full trial schedule. The fact that he was a part of the High School Mock Trial Team, went to law school, and came back to give back to today's students is a testament to his character and dedication to the people and children of Superior and Douglas County.
As an attorney, I have had the opportunity to observe how hard Kelly Thimm works and how effective he is as a trial attorney in the District Attorneys office. His reputation as a tough prosecutor who has regularly tried cases through jury and successfully achieved convictions has demonstrated his deep commitment to our judicial system.
The fact that he is willing to give his own time to coach Mock Trial since returning to Superior further demonstrates why we need him as the next Douglas County Circuit Court Judge.
I am supporting Kelly Thimm because he works hard, is committed to this community, and will be an honored and respected Judge.
-- Kenneth A. Knudson