|(Supervisor) Josh Brown||(Trustee) I am Gerald Gieseke. I am one of four boys raised in Seneca Township. I have worked in construction when I was younger, and the last 40+ years I have farmed in McHenry County. I am married to Christine, and have four children. My 3 sons who also farm in the area, and a daughter who works for a law firm in Chicago. I also have 10 wonderful grandchildren. I have served Seneca Township for 3 years. I am interested in whatever benefits the land & citizenry of our Township.|
|(Clerk) My name is Dawn Seemann. I have lived in the Marengo /Union area since 1972. My husband Dave and I have two children and four grandchildren. I’m an Administrative Secretary at Marengo Community High School. I have been the Seneca Township Clerk since 2001. My favorite pastime is spending time with my family and spoiling my grandkids!||(Trustee) I am Rosemary Bartman. I am proud to say my husband John and I have lived in Seneca Township since 1968. We have four grown children and farm of 600 acres. We raise grain and sweetcorn, which we sell on the roadside. I am ex-chairman of the McHenry County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee, and was active in my childrens’ Marengo schools, Sacred Heart Church, and have been an Election Judge in Seneca for approximately 20 years.|
|(Trustee) Gina LeFevour||(Trustee) My name is Denise Sass. I have lived in McHenry county since I married my husband 35 years ago. We farm together with our 3 sons and their families. We currently have 6 grandchildren who also enjoy spending time on the farm. My favorite pastimes are hiking, biking, camping, horseback riding and spending time with family. I enjoy taking care of the animals we have on our farm. My desire in joining the Seneca township board is to help keep the township running smoothly, get to know more of the people who live in my area and be a part of keeping Seneca township a friendly, beautiful place to live.|
|(Road Commissioner) Scott Swanson|| (Assessor) My name is Tammy Benitez. I have worked in the Assessment Office at Seneca Township since 2014 and became Assessor in 2018. I have worked in the Assessment’s field since 2011. Prior to assessments, I was a real estate appraiser for 14 years. I have lived in the Woodstock area my whole life. In my spare time I enjoy golfing, reading, walking my dog and spending time with my four grown children and my husband.