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Denise Warmerdam is Ken Vogel's right hand

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Posted: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 12:00 am

Denise Warmerdam has served as legislative assistant for two county supervisors — Jack Sieglock and Ken Vogel — for almost 12 years, and she's a fixture at community meetings throughout Woodbridge, Lockeford, Clements, Thornton, Morada and elsewhere in the Fourth District.

Warmerdam, who lives southeast of Lodi, worked for Sieglock for the eight years he was on the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors. She continued in the same position for Vogel when he was elected in 2006.

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  • posted at 3:26 am on Tue, Feb 16, 2010.


    I have spoken to you on the phone on a few occasions and you are always very pleasant, knowledgeable, and handle any appointments or issues for me with Mr. Vogel. You do a great job holding down the fort, with Mr. Vogel constantly taking care of business, meetings and his notorious long days. Between you and his wife, Donetta, he's so fortunate to be surrounded by two dynamic females.

  • posted at 2:52 am on Tue, Feb 16, 2010.


    Way to go, Denise......You are awesome!

  • posted at 2:43 am on Tue, Feb 16, 2010.


    Ms. Warmerdam, anyone that could handle Mr. Sieglock for eight years has to be someone very special, patient, capable and intelligent. Mr. Ken Vogel, our county supervisor here in district 4 is a well mannered, intelligent, caring and giving person. I envy you for having the pleasure for working for such a talented person. I do commend you for your dedication to Mr. Vogel and thank you very much for all of your outside endeavors at the AHA and St. Joaquim's Catholic church. If being able to work with supervisor Vogel doesn't energize you, I don't know what would. Again, thank you, and keep up the great endeavors.



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