Noble County Republicans To Caucus To Fill Commission Seat
Monday, November 28, 2022

ALBION, IN - Monday will be a busy day for the Noble County Republican Party.

​They will be holding a caucus to fill a seat on the Noble County Commission, previously held by Dave Dolezal, who died unexpectedly on November 14.

​Dolezal had attended the County Commission meeting on the morning of November 14, but said he was feeling ill. He returned home and took a nap. Family members say he told them he felt better when he woke up, then died that evening.

​The 69 year old Dolezal had served as a Noble County Commissioner, representing District 1, which is the southern townships, from 2011 until 2018. At that time, he was beat in the Republican Primary by Justin Stump.

​Dolezal was picked in a caucus in 2021 to return to that seat on the County Commission after Stump resigned and was hired to the the Noble County Emergency Management Director.

​Dolezal was just elected to his own term on the County Commission in the November General Election for a four year term.

​The caucus will start at 7 PM in the Dekko Room of the South Complex on State Road 9 in Albion.


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