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The Proper Demeanor and Respect

Published Oct. 22, 2014 • Last Updated 12:16 p.m., Oct. 22, 2014

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I am proud to support Anselmo Delia for judge of probate in the 33rd District (covering Chester, Clinton, Deep River, Essex, Haddam, Killingworth, Lyme, Old Saybrook, and Westbrook) and hope that your readers will, too.
Anselmo and his wife have made Connecticut their home for the last 27 years and raised their children here. He has been very active in the shoreline community. He has served on Clinton's Board of Education, Youth & Family Services Commission, the Charter Revision Commission, and others. He currently serves as the chairman of the Clinton Planning & Zoning Commission. In all his roles and volunteer activities, he has conducted himself with the proper demeanor and respect to those who come before the particular board or commission.
Anselmo has practiced law in Connecticut for more than 30 years and has successfully represented hundreds of clients in the state superior courts, appellate courts, and many of the probate courts, including the 33rd District Probate Court that he seeks office for now. His probate practice has grown and is almost 50 percent of his practice.
Anselmo plans to work full time as our probate judge and serve the full four-year term. He also intends to provide education on probate matters throughout the nine towns by regularly holding seminars and workshops on a monthly basis. As the principal owner of a private practice firm, he has learned to be efficient and prompt about handling matters and will not need on-the-job training as he can start working the day he takes office.
This is the candidate I want to see running our local probate court. I hope that your readers do, too, and will also vote with me for Anselmo Delia on Nov. 4.
Selectman Dave Oliveria
Deep River

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