facebook-24x24

img 0601 copyPatrick Cohn Jr., a lifelong resident of Grant County, is seeking election for the Office of Grant County Treasurer in the upcoming 2020 county elections.

He is a graduate of Cobre High School (2001) and continued his education, first at NMSU in Las Cruces and then finishing up his Bachelor’s Degree in General Business at Western New Mexico University in 2012. This degree emphasized finance principles. He then continued his expertise in banking by attending the Western States School of Banking at NMSU and received a Bank Diploma for his efforts.

Patrick has 16 years of community banking experience, the whole time working locally first at AmBank and then taking a job as Assistant Vice President at another local bank. It is at his current place of employment where he supervises the Customer Service Department and serves as a Loan Officer.

On a personal note, Patrick has been married to his wife, Desiree, for 16 years and together have raised four children, ranging from 10 to 18 years old. The Cohns have made Grant County their home and have lived in Silver City the whole time. They have had opportunities to move out of the area, but have decided the people, scenery and serenity of the Grant County area is too much to give up.

Without the support of the community, his family, wife and children, Patrick knows running for the Office of Grant County Treasurer would not be possible. Patrick is personally invested in the local community as he is currently a member of the Silver Schools Board, serving as the Secretary of the Board. He is also President of LULAC Council 8003 and is Secretary on the Board of Directors of El Refugio, Inc. Patrick also supports many other community activities as he is well aware by supporting all these different community functions, he can do his part in making the Grant County community a better place for everyone.

Grant County, especially the residents, has been an integral part of Patrick’s life and he is very excited to have the honor and opportunity to run for the Office of Grant County Treasurer. When elected, Patrick will continue to use his banking and finance background to strengthen the Treasurer’s Office, with an emphasis on friendly, knowledgeable and courteous customer service being the backbone of his tenure. He will also strive for the smooth and efficient operation of the office and while maintaining honesty, integrity and transparency.

Patrick looks forward to a challenging, good and clean campaign in the months ahead. Patrick thanks his family, his wife and especially the community for this opportunity.

Join GCB Three Times Weekly Updates

Welcome to Three Times Weekly Updates! You will be subscribed to email notifications with links to recently posted articles.
captcha 
You can unsubscribe anytime. We never share or rent your email to anyone.

Fire Alerts

Editor's Note

Check out a new column that will talk about the town of Silver City and its news and services. 

Those new to providing news releases to the Beat are asked to please check out submission guidelines at http://www.grantcountybeat.com/about/submissions. They are for your information to make life easier on the readers, as well as the editor.

Classifieds: Check periodically to see if any news ones have popped up. Welcome to our new version of classified ads.  We invite you our readers to post your own classifieds, which are available for viewing 24/7 and are very reasonable in price, because you do all the work yourselves. A recent classified for a van brought a sale within two days. It's really easy to check to see if there's a classified ad. Just click on Classifieds in the blue menu and the page will open letting you know if there is a classified ad. Remember that your buying classified ads gives you a wide readership, as well as supporting the Beat. Post YOURS for quick results!

Images: We have received complaints about large images blocking parts of other articles. If you encounter this problem, click on the title of the article you want to read and it will take you to that article's page, which shows only that article without any intruders. It's a software problem, not easily fixable, other than showing fewer articles per summary page. If you are a frequent visitor, you might not mind fewer articles per page, but if you only come once in a while, you likely want to see more articles to browse. Write me at editor@grantcountybeat.com to let me know your feelings on this issue. 

Compliance: Because you are an esteemed member of The Grant County Beat readership, be assured that we at the Beat continue to do everything we can to be in full compliance with GDPR and pertinent US law, so that the information you have chosen to give to us cannot be compromised. 

New Columnists: The Beat continues to bring you new columnists.Recent additions  include one about end of life options, Compassionate Care.

The Beat has a column for you gardeners out there. The Grant County Extension Service will bring you monthly columns on gardening issues. The first one posted is on Winterizing your houseplants and patio plants.

The Beat totally appreciates its readers and subscribers!  

WARNING:

All articles and photos indicated by a byline are copyrighted to the author or photographer. You may not use any information found within the articles without asking permission AND giving attribution to the source. Photos can be requested and may incur a nominal fee for use personally or commercially.

NOTE: If an article does not have a byline, it was sent to the Beat and written by someone not affiliated with the Beat

Don't forget to tell advertisers that you saw their ad on the Beat.

Newsletter: If you subscribe to the Join GCB Three Times Weekly Updates option on the left side of this page, you will be subscribed to email notifications with links to recently posted articles.

Here for YOU: Consider the Beat your DAILY newspaper for up-to-date information about Grant County. It's at your fingertips! One Click to Local News.

Feel free to notify editor@grantcountybeat.com, if you notice any problems on the site. Your convenience is my desire for the Beat.

Thanks for your support for and your readership of Grant County's online news source—www.grantcountybeat.com

20190414