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San Mateo County, CA March 5, 2002 Election
Smart Voter Official Statement for Ronald J. "Ron" DeMaderios

Candidate for
Coroner; County of San Mateo

This is a copy of information submitted to elections officials by the candidate

Occupation: Funeral Cemetery Representative

Education & Qualifications: Born in San Mateo County resident of Redwood City since 1956. Married 37 years to Roberta, have a married son. Served four years in the Air Force.

Graduate of Sequoia High School; Have taken various college courses, have taken extensive certified investigative, forensic, regulatory, mediation training.

State of California, Consumer Affairs, Field Representative for 11.5 years. Qualified Funeral Director, Crematory Manager, Certified Crematory Operator.

I regulate approximately (80) cemeteries (104) crematories, (400) funeral homes, and (90) cremated remain disposers. I assist families during a difficult time in their lives, and assure them I will do everything to bring speedy closure with dignity and respect.

I will bring to the Coroner's Office my many years of experience and understanding of the cemeteries, funeral homes, health departments and medical doctors.

I work with Coroners throughout California, vital records, enforcement agencies, Attorney General's Offices, and District Attorneys.

I support the Voter's wise decision not to combine the offices of the Coroner and Sheriff (Measure "A") and continue the tradition set forth by Coroners Paul Jensen and Bud Moorman. I will be honest, independent, compassionate, and sensitive to the needs of all the families in San Mateo County.

I respectfully ask for your Vote March 5th

/s/ Ronald J. DeMaderios

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