Mayor Christopher “Chris” Pecak, a lifelong resident of Lisle, is running for re-election to continue prosperity for Lisle.
He and his wife Robin have two sons who attend local schools and are active in youth sports. A dedicated community volunteer, Chris was honored with the Lisle “Community Spirit Award” in 2011 for his service.
Over the last 4 years Mayor Pecak has fulfilled his promises of keeping the Village fiscally responsible and freezing property taxes for homeowners and businesses. Through balanced budgets, the Village of Lisle now manages operations into an annual surplus, while maintaining or improving the level of service residents and businesses have come to expect.
for Lisle Trustee
William Trussell along with his wife Stephanie moved to Lisle in 1994 and have seen their five children grow, thrive, and graduate from Lisle 202 school district.
The Trussell family has donated time, opportunity and funding to Lisle School District 202, Lisle food pantry, and residents and business owners in Lisle.
William has a track record of strongly representing Lisle residents’ questions, comments, and concerns serving on the Lisle Planning & Zoning Commission. William offers compassionate concern balanced with strong business acumen to his community along with a deep understanding of family values and business prosperity.
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for Lisle Trustee
Dan Grecco has called Lisle home almost all of his life and is proud to have raised his three children here with his wife Rhuann.
Dan believes in public service, including the Lisle
Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission, Chairman of the Technology Commission and the Lisle-Illinois American Water Ad-Hoc Committee.
As a Professional Engineer, Dan has worked with Lisle Flood Foundation and business owners impacted by the historic 2013 flood. For his efforts, Dan and others shared the 2013 Volunteer Organization of the Year award.
Dan is dedicated to balancing safety & public works, with a caring eye toward decisions of future community development.
for Lisle Clerk
As Village Clerk and a 36-year resident of Lisle, Lorna Turner brings experience and leadership to the office.
Lorna recently retired as the Assistant Division Manager at the Illinois Department of Revenue. She has specialized in state and local taxes throughout her career and has worked for large Fortune 500 companies prior to joining the Department of Revenue.
Lorna’s community involvement includes The Morton Arboretum for the last 40 years, Lisle Woman’s Club, Fifth District Woman’s Club, Lisle Township Food Pantry Garden, Lisle District 202 HSO, Sharing Connections, and various other organizations.