Brocton trustee Jason DeJoe seeks re-election
BROCTON — Jason DeJoe is seeking re-election for village of Brocton trustee on Nov. 7. He is endorsed by the Democratic Party
“As trustee my goal is to represent the residents of the village of Brocton to ensure their voices and opinions are heard and listened to. I will provide a common-sense approach along with the drive needed to make a difference today, tomorrow and in the future for our beautiful village,” he said.
DeJoe has lived in Brocton for over 40 years. Growing up in this small community, he was aware of all the benefits and rewards there is to offer. When looking for a place to raise a family, he knew the choice was Brocton. Raising two sons, Tyler, who attends Virginia Military Institute and Nicholas, who attends JCC, giving them the same benefits and rewards of a small community.
DeJoe graduated from Brocton Central School in 1992. He continued his education at Wyoming Technical Institute, graduating with an associate’s in applied science; and Wyoming Technical/John Deere Institute, graduating with an associate’s in occupational science. He is also University at Buffalo Certified LEAN Project Management.
DeJoe has been active in the community serving as a member of the Brocton Fire Department for over 20 years in the positions of vice president, fire warden, captain and lieutenant. He was a NCCYHA youth hockey coach for 15 years. For the past seven years, he and his family have been member of the 9th NY Calvary Co. of Civil War re-enactors, where he serves as the president.
Jason is employed by National Grid for the last nine years as a lead supervisor. Prior to that, he was employed by Chautauqua County Department of Public Facilities for nine years.
DeJoe invites all village of Brocton residents to come out to the polls on Nov. 7 to vote.
“You can make a difference! Thank you for your support,” he added.