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Election 2009: Sanderson files for third term on Faith board

By Kathy Chaffin
kchaffin@salisburypost.com
FAITH ó Maxey Sanderson filed Thursday as a candidate for a third term on the town’s Board of Aldermen.
Sanderson, 64, of 119 S. Main St. said he wants to continue serving the citizens of Faith. He and his wife, Gay, moved to her hometown of Faith 10 years after she was diagnosed with incurable cancer.
“The community of family and friends has proven to be the best medicine,” Sanderson said. “Serving is my way of thanking he community.”
If re-elected to the board, he said his priority will be “to preserve the unique community atmosphere that makes Faith special.”
The president of Impact Technologies Group, Sanderson is a 1967 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he majored in math and economics.
His community involvement includes serving as the Advocacy Chair for Rowan County Relay for Life; past president of the Faith Civitan Club, for which he was honored as “Outstanding Local President;” and Scottish Rite Mason, Salem Lodge.
Sanderson and his wife attend Shiloh Reformed Church of Faith, where he serves as a Sunday school teacher, on the Adult Mission Team and is a past elder.
Contact Kathy Chaffin at 704-797-4249.

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