White Pigeon president to step down

Dan Czajkowski, longtime president for the village of White Pigeon, has announced he will seek a seat on the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners.
The 60-year-old Bronson native said he will step down after a 30-year tenure on the village council – including the past 14 as its president – in order to concentrate on his bid for the two-year county commission term.
He will seek the Fourth District seat currently held by Robin Baker, who announced earlier this year he will not seek re-election.
The district is comprised of Constantine, Mottville, White Pigeon and Sturgis townships.
Czajkowski said the region of the county is in need of strong representation, though he added all of the districts need to work together.
Czajkowski has owned Farrand Funeral Home in White Pigeon since 1985. He is also co-owner of Eickoff, Farrand, Halverson Chapel in Three Rivers.

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