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Bob Dallas Among Those Volunteering for DeKalb School Board

A total of 19 Dunwoody residents submitted nominations to replace the six suspended DeKalb school board members.


Bob Dallas is among 19 Dunwoody residents who have volunteered to sit on the DeKalb Board of Education.

Gov. Nathan Deal's office released the names late Thursday morning.

Dallas is a former Dunwoody mayoral candidate.

Also seeking to represent the area is former state Sen. Dan Weber.

Other Dunwoody residents seeking to serve on the DeKalb school board are:

  • Sheri Ariail
  • Jada Cruce
  • Michele de Liniere
  • Kate Butler-Plumb
  • Stephen T. Chipka
  • Paula Collins Watson
  • Bob Freeman
  • Sonny Jester
  • Curt Morey
  • William Mulcahy
  • Wayne Radloff
  • Peter Sherman
  • Brian L. Sims
  • Gulbarg Singh Basi
  • Celeste Sova Strohl
  • Long Tran
  • William Ware III

See Also:

Dunwoody's Nancy Jester Resigns from DeKalb School Board

Federal Judge Denies Motion by DeKalb School Board Members

New Schools Could Form Their Own Local School Systems Under Proposed Law

State Rep. Taylor Talks About a Dunwoody School System

Gov. Deal Suspends Six DeKalb School Board Members

Judge Grants Restraining Order Against Suspension of DeKalb School Board

School Board Files Emergency Motion Motion to Stop Possible Suspension

Replay Patch's Live Coverage of the State Board of Education Hearing With the DeKalb School Board

Rob March 07, 2013 at 06:10 PM
Jester`s husband applied for the position BEFORE his wife resigned? Speechless......
Pam Tallmadge March 07, 2013 at 06:50 PM
Sonny Jester is not Nancy's husband - no relation!
Tim Darnell (Editor) March 07, 2013 at 06:53 PM
Correction: Sonny Jester is not the husband of former school board member Nancy Jester. A corrected version of this article is now available. Thanks to our readers for pointing out our mistake. We apologize for any confusion.
rob March 07, 2013 at 07:09 PM
Dan Weber, former state senator, has applied.

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