Celski passes 'rope test' for council | Letters
October 17, 2011 · Updated 7:48 PM
Bob Celski is running for Federal Way City Council. My wife, Judy, and I have lived in Federal Way since 1980 and raised our two sons here. Bob Celski is not a politician. He has never before run for office. He wants to be your city council member because he has a passion to improve our city. Bob will do what is best for you, not for self-serving interests.
Bob met his wife, Sue, at Federal Way High School where he was an exceptional student-athlete. He attended West Point and served his country as an Army officer. The Army sent him to the University of Washington to earn a master’s degree. Bob and Sue raised their three sons in Federal Way: Chris (working for Nordstrom), David (a captain in the U.S. Army), and the youngest, J.R. (USA speed skater who won two medals in the last Winter Olympics).
Why vote for Bob Celski? Let me tell you about my “rope test.” When I really need to trust someone I go through a mental drill, asking one simple question: If I were hanging over a cliff on a rope, would I trust the individual at the top to save me? In my life, less than 10 people have passed my mental “rope test.” Bob is one of them. Bob Celski is one of the finest men I have ever known and he wants to do what is right for you on the Federal Way City Council.
When you vote for Bob Celski, you can be assured that he will never let you down.
Eugene Thompson, Federal Way