Who's Who

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Who's Who


Mark Boyle

Age: 53

Town: Lisle

Family: Married, two children

Occupation: Business consultant specializing in sales analysis, market research support, and real estate development analysis

Education:Doctoral student in human geography atthe University of St. Andrews in Scotland; master's in marketing from Northern Illinois University; bachelor's in marketing and economic geography from Northern Illinois University

Civic involvement: Past commissioner, Lisle Economic Development Commission; Past commissioner, Lisle Zoning Board of Appeals; Contributing research associate, Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development, DePaul University

Elected offices held:Lisle trustee since 2007

Cathy Cawiezel

Age: Did not respond

Town: Lisle

Family: Did not respond

Occupation: Controller

Education: Bachelor's in business/finance from Marquette University;concentration inaccounting at Benedictine University

Civic involvement: Lisle Heritage Society board member since 1994; Friends of the Lisle Library board membersince 1999; teacher, religious formation, St. Joan of Arc grade school, 12 years

Elected offices held:Lisle trustee since 2009

Gary J. Ledvora

Age: 52

Town: Lisle

Family: Married, five children

Occupation: Chief financial officer of a privately owned company

Education: Bachelor's in accounting from Northern Illinois University; MBA from Northern Illinois University

Civic involvement: Lisle Baseball Manager for over 17 years; Lisle Park District Basketball Coach for over 17 years; SJA volleyball and basketball head coach for various boys and girls teams for over 15 years

Elected offices held: None

Richard Wilkie

Age: 56

Town: Lisle

Family: Married, two children

Occupation: Self-employed consultant specializing in sales and marketing with a concentration on business planning, sales effectiveness programs, competitive strategies, and segment and channel marketing

Education: Bachelor's in marketing from Northern Illinois University

Civic involvement: Exeter Townhome Association president since 2004; vice chairman of the Lisle Technology Commission 2001-04; Arboretum Woods Homeowners Association treasurer 2002-03

Elected offices held: None

Ed Young

Age: 61

Town: Lisle

Family: Married, two children, three grandchildren

Occupation: CPA

Education:Bachelor's in business administration from Ohio University; MBA from Ohio University

Civic involvement: A founding member and president of Citizens for Responsible and Appropriate Development in Lisle (CRADL);Lisle Convention and Visitor Bureau board member since 2000

Elected offices held:Lisle trustee since 1999

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