Ebert appointed Kaneville Township Supervisor

By on February 26, 2010

Kaneville—The Kaneville Township Board appointed Dan Ebert to finish Leon Gramley’s current term as the Township Supervisor at its Feb. 8 meeting. The term will last another three years, at which time an election will be held for a new supervisor.

Gramley, who was elected as a trustee to the Township Board in 1993, was elected as supervisor in 1997. During Gramley’s last term, he took the leadership role in the incorporation of the village of Kaneville, which became official in November 2006.

Ebert, who grew up in Lily Lake. has lived in Kaneville for the past 15 years. He has been a township trustee for close to nine years. Trained in the military as an aircraft electrician in the United States Navy, Ebert is an electrician by trade.