I’d like to commend Craig Spicer to voters of Lynnwood. Spicer is running for City Council. I’ve known him for about 15 years, and have seen him at work in various capacities. As the founder of the Meadowdale Neighborhood Association he worked tirelessly to develop cooperation among the residents to bring about improvements to the area – the recent renovation of 176th Street is a case in point.
Spicer also provides forums for various leaders to interact with the neighbors in the Meadowdale area. He gives of his own time to regularly attend City Council meetings in order to be informed and to present viewpoints on the issues – not only his own, but those of his neighbors as well. I have personally seen him extend himself to newcomers to the neighborhood to make them feel at home, to help them in whatever way is needed, and to simply be a friend.
Spicer is also an Elder in his church, Community Bible Fellowship, actively involved in the week-to-week ministry of the congregation. CBF is a multi-ethnic church family, and that has enabled Craig to knowledgeably and comfortably relate to the ethnically diverse communities of Lynnwood.
As a businessman and craftsman in Lynnwood, the owner of Action Painting, Craig is very personally acquainted with the issues that both the business community and the working man face. He is a husband and the father of two children in the Edmonds School District.
I commend to you Craig Spicer for Lynnwood City Council, an informed and tireless worker for the people.