Monday, September 28, 2015

Candidate Bio: Lindsay Fralick (R) for Common Council

Lindsay Fralick (R) for Common Council
Lindsay Fralick (R) Candidate for Common Council.

Lindsay Fralick has been a Middletown resident since 1969. She and her family relocated to Middletown so that her father, Bob Fralick, could assist in the design and construction and eventually the management of Wesleyan Hills. Lindsay attended public schools, grades 1-12, graduating from Woodrow Wilson High School. She then attended The Ohio State University, where she studied communications. After moving from Connecticut after college, she relocated back to Middletown in 1996. Immediately upon her return Lindsay took great interest in her hometown. She has been a member of The Main Street Revitalization Board, the Friends of Long Hill, was President of the National 5k Wheelchair race held in Middletown for several years and has been active in The Chamber of Commerce as well as many charitable organizations. Lindsay has been the Manager or Director of Human Resources for almost 25 years. She has held those positions with The Sports Authority, Wild Oats and Home Depot, to name some. She is best known for her work in Labor Relation, Contract Negotiation and EEOC compliance. In 2013, Lindsay decided to leave the corporate world to return her focus home. She currently owns her own business in Middletown, RE:Purpose, LLC, specializing in antiques, decor and estate transitions. She currently lives on Ridge Road with her husband, James Kowalski and their two four legged daughters, Phoebe and Samantha.

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1 comment:

  1. Lindsay is a professional & exactly the no nonsense lady we need in Middletown. Her back ground in HR is a breath of fresh air.


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