Wrong John Groves?

Last Updated 8/9/2005

General Information

Employment History

Director of Safety and Transportation  - Southwest Missouri State University

Emergency Department Head Nurse  - 10th Combat Support Hospital

Education

master of arts degree  - 

Web References  

Matt Blunt: Effective Leadership

John Groves, Republican candidate for Pulaski County Eastern District Commissioner, also spoke.He said, "I want to provide management that is not in conflict with the remainder of the courthouse."Groves said he has strong roots in Pulaski County and that his grandfather came to the county in 1889 in a covered wagon.Groves has been in public service for over 35 years in law enforcement.He spent 20 years in active duty and retired as a lieutenant colonel.In 1968 he was a private at Fort Leonard Wood, and in 1978, he was a lieutenant in charge of investigations.From 1994-1996, he worked for the Inspector General at Fort Wood.He retired from the military in 1997.He has worked for the Attorney General's office in Medicaid Fraud.He also pointed out he managed assets as Director of Safety Transportation for Southwest Missouri State University.Groves said he would bring his same enthusiasm to the office of county commissioner."I know how to manage budgets, I know how to manage people," he said.

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The Richland Mirror and The Pulaski County Democrat

Republican candidates are John Groves, Waynesville; Clarence Liberty, Waynesville; Bill Farnham, Waynesville and Eric Bushley, Waynesville.John K. Groves has more than 27 years of management experience at the federal, state and county levels.He is a retired lieutenant colonel from the active army, rising from the rank of private.Groves has served as the director of safety and transportation for Southwest Missouri State University, Chief of Intelligence for the Mid-States Organized Crime Information Center and as senior investigator for the Missouri Attorney General in the Medicaid Fraud Unit.He has a master of arts degree in counseling-psychology."I have managed budgets over $20 million and more than 1,200 people in various positions," Groves said."I have written several federal grants and have successfully obtained all that were sought."Groves said he is running because "I would like to serve the people of this wonderful county by putting my management skills to work to make a difference in the road network, law enforcement and use my contacts across the state and nation to bring new business.I feel I can truly make a difference for all people who live here."Asked about his goals if elected, Groves said, "I would develop a bottom review of how we do business at the courthouse.

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The Richland Mirror and The Pulaski County Democrat

John Groves, Republican candidate for Pulaski County Eastern District Commissioner, also spoke.He said, "I want to provide management that is not in conflict with the remainder of the courthouse."Groves said he has strong roots in Pulaski County and that his grandfather came to the county in 1889 in a covered wagon.Groves has been in public service for over 35 years in law enforcement.He spent 20 years in active duty and retired as a lieutenant colonel.In 1968 he was a private at Fort Leonard Wood, and in 1978, he was a lieutenant in charge of investigations.From 1994-1996, he worked for the Inspector General at Fort Wood.He retired from the military in 1997.He has worked for the Attorney General's office in Medicaid Fraud.He also pointed out he managed assets as Director of Safety Transportation for Southwest Missouri State University.Groves said he would bring his same enthusiasm to the office of county commissioner."I know how to manage budgets, I know how to manage people," he said.

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