Since moving to wonderful Missoula in 1979, I've met countless folks who love the state of Montana and its people as much as I do. Many seem to have a deep understanding, awareness and compassion for all Montanans. Some of these same people make it their business to study and learn facts about how to have our state be prosperous and productive. I can say that I'm among those who have done considerable listening and learning.
My 30-plus years working in the medical world (hospice, home care, hospital and medical clinic settings) here in Missoula has taught me the importance of each precious Montana life. What a joy it is for me to meet and get to know political candidates like Willis Curdy running for HD98 who believe as I do that all Montanans have a basic right and need for quality health care.
Willis has researched the fact that if our state addresses the health care needs of all Montanans, we can also improve business productivity, job growth and support our state's economy. We need to elect a candidate like Willis Curdy who doesn't just talk about helping minorities, veterans, folks with disabilities, etc.—he gets out there and works for all to have a chance at a quality life. His years helping our children reach their full potential by tirelessly teaching school in our community, along with countless community service activities has not gone unnoticed. I confidently endorse Willis Curdy. He deserves our vote.