CHARLES R. REA

FOR DEKALB COUNTY

STATE'S ATTORNEY

Vote Republican March 15, 2016

PUBLIC SERVICE

23rd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (DeKalb and Kendall Counties)

  • Safe Passage, Inc., Pro Bono Attorney, 1991-present
  • Approved Mediator/Guardian Ad Litem, 1997-present
  • Prairie State Legal Services, Pro Bono Attorney 1998-present
  • Court appointed Pro Bono CASA Attorney, 1999-present
  • Mutual Ground, Inc., Pro Bono Attorney 1991-1998
  • Kendall County Juvenile Justice Council Bullying/Hazing program for local schools (in collaboration with  Eric Weis, Kendall County State's Attorney) 2014-present

 

NEIGHBORHOOD COUNSELING ASSOCIATES

  • Not for profit, Family Services Provider for DeKalb, Kane, Kendall and LaSalle counties.
  • Incorporator, Board Member and Service Provider, 2006-present.

 

NORTHERN ILLINOIS CONFERENCE, UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

  • Certified Lay Servant, 2005-present
  • Natural Church Development Trainer/Mentor, 2007-present
  • Board Member and legal counsel to board, Board of Outdoor Retreat Ministries, 2008-present
    • 2 campsites (Dixon, IL and Williams Bay, WI)
    • Over 2 dozen full-time and seasonal employees
    • Seven figure annual operating budget
    • Safe Sanctuaries compliant

 

HINCKLEY FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

  • Lay Delegate to Annual Conference, 2008-present
  • Administrative Council Chairman, 2005-2008
  • Pastor/Staff Relations Committee, 2005-2008
  • Board of Trustees, 2002-2005
  • Worship committee, 1999-2002

 

CERTIFIED YOUTH SPORTS COACH

  • Baseball, Basketball, Football (coaching his children's teams) 1996-2010

 

SANDWICH AREA JAYCEES 1991-1996

  • Outstanding Officer, 1992
  • President, 1993-1995

 

REPUBLICAN PARTY 1984-present

  • Chuck has been a lifelong Republican and has been elected by his Republican neighbors in Wheaton, Big Rock and, now, Hinckley as a Precinct Committeeman for the Republican party.  Chuck is currently a candidate for that position in the newly consolidated single precinct for Squaw Grove (Hinckley and surrounding area).

Paid for by Charles. R. Rea for State's Attorney

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