The contenders are
Raymond "Ray" Coronado, an accountant from Beverly; George G. Newell, a Morgan Park resident and Chicago Police officer; Matthew J. O'Shea, a West Beverly resident and aide to Rugai; Diane M. Phillips, who resides in Morgan Park and heads Elite Human Service Systems; Anne Schaible, an obstetrician from North Beverly; and Phillip R. Sherlock of Beverly, a 30-year city of Chicago employee.
“We are fortunate that the candidates have chosen our continuing care retirement community to meet voters and answer their questions less than three weeks before the election,” says Kevin McGee, executive director of Smith Village.
Due to limited space, reservations are needed. Please call 773-474-7300 to reserve a seat.
About Smith Village
Smith Village residents find their vibrant lifestyle well-suited to keeping active and engaged in the community. It offers independent living apartments, assisted living, Alzheimer’s and memory support residences, and rehabilitation and skilled nursing care services accommodations all on one campus.
Smith Village is one of the highly regarded Smith Senior Living communities in the southwestern region of metropolitan Chicago. The not-for-profit organization established its first community in 1924 on the site of Smith Village’s new campus.
For more information, call 773-474-7300 or visit www.SmithVillage.org.
Sheila King Public Relations, 773-239-2220, smithseniorliving@