I am writing in support of Bryan Hoss as the new judge in Soddy Daisy. Having known Bryan for over 20 years, I have a pretty good understanding of who he is. As a classmate, a teammate, and a friend, I have never met someone who is more passionate about what they do and driven to be fair and honest with everyone he encounters. Never has there been a deadline Bryan hasn’t met. Not only does Bryan show passion and great drive, but he has both the experience needed and is a great character builder for others as well.
Bryan has worked in the law profession for the past 12 years and that experience is what Soddy Daisy deserves. Outside of the experience, Bryan has the ability to make someone want to be the best person they can be. I believe that when Bryan is on the bench he will have all parties feeling as if they will be better people no matter what their reason for being in his courtroom.
Over 40 years of having an out of town judge, Soddy Daisy needs to continue that tradition by putting Bryan Hoss on the bench.
George Michael Holmes
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I am encouraging the citizens of Soddy-Daisy to vote for Bryan Hoss for Soddy-Daisy judge on Aug. 2.
I have known Bryan for well over a decade and have seen his dedication in many areas – as a volunteer for the Ronald McDonald House to serving as a special judge for General Sessions Court to handling just about any type of law in his firm.
I lived in Soddy-Daisy almost 50 years. I was raised there, my family was raised there, and my husband started his law enforcement career there. Even though I no longer reside in Soddy Daisy, I care deeply about the city because my parents, a lot of my relatives, my extended family, and a lot of my closest friends live there. This city has given me many great memories, and it is a city that is moving forward in leaps and bounds.
Bryan Hoss would be an exceptional addition to this city with his experience and would remain unbiased as judge handling cases that come before him.
I urge you to vote for Bryan Hoss for Soddy-Daisy judge on Aug. 2.
Mary Ellen West Sneed