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Honda works hard for city

Honda listens to the people and is not afraid to speak up.

I have known Susan Honda for several years. Susan is the most honest ethical person I have ever known. Susan works very hard for our community. She listens to the people and is not afraid to speak up.

Susan is immediate past co-president of Kiwanis Club of Federal Way and past president of Soroptimist International of Federal Way. She is a wonderful volunteer in our community. She serves as Key Club advisor at Federal Way High School as well as a mentor.

I am looking forward to having Susan Honda to continuing to be a member of Federal Way City Council.

Linda Persha

Federal Way

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