Village of Glenwood Trustee Candidates to Debate March 28

Paul Czaphowicz will moderate.

GLENWOOD, Ill.--()--Candidates for three of Glenwood’s trustee positions will face off in a free and open debate at 2:00 pm, March 28 at Village Hall. This debate will enlighten voters about candidate experience, vision and leadership qualities.

Moderator Paul Czaphowicz is a Purdue University graduate and journalist with the Northwest Indiana Times, possessing extensive experience with Glenwood and surrounding communities.

Glenwood People’s Party
An eight-year Glenwood resident, Maxine Washington has been a member of the Plan Commission since 2010 and served as sub-committee chair to update the Village’s Comprehensive Plan. She’s an active community volunteer and has held leadership positions in the healthcare industry for nearly 30 years.

A licensed real estate broker, Miriam Slaughter is a 13-year resident of Glenwood. She’s volunteered at Brookwood Junior High School and with the Village of Glenwood’s Open House events, and regularly attends village board meetings.

Adam Winston owns a consulting business that provides professional services for small and mid-sized organizations. He serves on Glenwood’s Planning Commission, is a Lions Club member and past President of Brookwood Homeowners Association. Winston is particularly interested in developing programs for the community’s youth.

People’s Action Party
Richard Nielsen is a 60-year Glenwood resident, serving 12 years as village trustee. He and his wife own Glenwood Paint and Wallpaper Store. Nielsen is a Viet Nam veteran, member of the Glenwood American Veterans and served as a Boy Scout leader.

Terrence “Terry” Campbell is a 28-year resident of Glenwood, serving five years as village trustee. An active volunteer in Glenwood schools, Campbell served on the Brookwood School District 167 Board of Directors, holding several leadership positions. He retired from Glenwood Fire Department after 29 years of service.

A 30-year Glenwood resident, Howard Martin is a tax specialist. He retired from the Internal Revenue Service after 34 years, is a frequent speaker at the American Bar Association and Tax Institute and has taught international taxes in Southeast Asia. A regular golfer, Martin is a strong advocate of Glenwoodie Golf Course.

Glenwood’s Village Hall is located at 1 Asselborn Way. Visit or call 708-757-2310 for more information.


Village of Glenwood
JoAnne Alexander, 708-753-2438

Release Summary

Candidates for Glenwood, Illinois three open trustee seats will debate at 2:00 pm, Saturday, March 28 at Village Hall, moderated by Paul Czaphowicz.


Village of Glenwood
JoAnne Alexander, 708-753-2438