Electors nominated three people Monday, Jan. 19, to run for three seats on the Farmington Town Board in April.
Kevin Will was nominated for town chairman, and Caroline Murphy and Craig Nelson for town supervisors.
They will run unopposed in the April municipal elections. Supervisor Eugene Engebretson is not seeking re-election to the board.
Will was appointed to be Farmington’s chairman in October 2014, replacing Dale Trinrud who resigned after 25 years on the town board.
A former mental health specialist for Waupaca County and AFSCME union local president, Will worked at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King for six years before retiring in February 2013.
He currently owns and operates the Corner Pet Shop in downtown Waupaca.
Murphy has served on the Farmington Town Board for six years and is seeking her fourth term in office.
She is a retired kindergarten teacher who worked 35 years with the Port Washington Saukville-School District before retiring to the Chain O’ Lakes area.
Murphy has also served as a volunteer at the Waupaca County Courthouse, where she has worked on projects for UW Extension, Health and Human Services and the clerk of courts office.
Nelson is seeking his first term on the town board.
He is a full-time cash-crop farmer who owns and operates Frost Valley Farms.
Originally from Baraboo, Nelson has lived in Farmington since 1981. His family has had a farm in the area since the 1950s.
Nelson’s prior experience in town government include working on the comprehensive planning project. He has also served on Farmington’s Planning Commission.