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LETTER: Thanks, Paul

The following is a letter to the editor


This past January, Paul Rohs stepped down as the Chair of the Westford Republican Town Committee. The members would like to express their gratitude to Paul for his tireless leadership. During his tenure, Paul exemplified what it meant to be an elected official, representing Republican ideals to the residents of Westford.


Paul’s term oversaw hosting the Middlesex Republican caucus, voter registration drives, physical and financial support for Freedom Park development, outreach programs, multiple local candidate and Town Meeting forums and establishment of the WRTC Freedom Award, a scholarship open to graduating high school students. When tensions peaked, Paul instituted Pub Night, inviting fellow Republicans to relax and discuss issues at all levels, from national to local.


Paul’s service went beyond the Republican Party and into the community, participating as an Agricultural Commissioner and Comprehensive Master Plan member. His approach was fair and open-minded, benefiting the Town with his experiences.


Whether preparing for an election or to march in the Apple Blossom Parade, Paul was famous for saying, “nobody can do everything but everyone can do something.” The Westford Republican Town Committee thanks Paul for his steadfast encouragement and stewardship.



Westford Republican Town Committee

Emily Rohs February 20, 2013 at 12:57 AM
I'd like to add he's a wonderful father!!
June McMorrow February 20, 2013 at 01:02 AM
I too have worked with Paul participating in services honoring our Veterans during both the Memorial Day and Veteran's Day observances in recent years. Paul is a true gentleman who has given tirelessly to our community. Thanks Paul!
East/West February 21, 2013 at 08:14 PM
Paul is true gentleman. I don't necessarily agree with him on everything but he's always been a polite hard worker for Westford.


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