This website is devoutly dedicated to all of Larry's friends and associates, both early and late, who have influenced and mentored him. However, it also should be noted that, being who they are, a majority of them have been late most of the time.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

A Coworker's Confession

Letter-to-the-editor printed in the March 18, 2010, edition of the Hagerstown, MD, Herald-Mail, and in the March 28, 2010, edition of the Martinsburg, WV, The Journal.

W.Va. candidate is not about politics as usual

To the editor:

This year, West Virginia voters have a wonderful opportunity to elect a delegate who is more concerned for the citizens than politics as usual.

His name is Larry D. Kump.

Larry has been a longtime friend and a former Maryland co-worker who has lived in West Virginia since 1989. He has always been available to his friends for help and advice.

Larry's quest for workplace justice and the protection of citizen rights has always been his longtime priority.

In these trying times, the country desperately needs a representative who is directed by moral and ethical values. As a Maryland citizen, it is unfortunate that Larry refused my invitation to move across the Potomac and run for a seat in the Maryland House of Delegates. Nevertheless, I continue to be thankful that Larry remains dedicated to good governance and that I can still consider him my good and faithful friend.

My hope is that West Virginia voters, concerned for their future, will take advantage of Larry's expertise with the knowledge that he will always be available for good advice and leadership.

West Virginia voters, please support and vote for Larry D. Kump for election to West Virginia House of Delegates District 52.

Roy Gilleo

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