By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times, published February 12, 2001
KENNETH CHADWICK, is an associate at Sandpiper Realty and a two-time campaign manager for state Rep. Nancy Argenziano. The Sarasota native got his start as an insurance salesman and founder of Manasota Life and Casualty, which he sold in 1965. He started a business in Tampa fitting patients with orthopedic devices, and, after selling that company, went on to become co-owner of Allied Medical Services, a health care company that provided nurses and medical equipment. He moved to Inverness in 1991 and sold his shares of Allied Medical to his partner two years later. He once served as vice president of TOO FAR, Taxpayers Outraged Organization For Accountable Representation. He is also a Republican state committeeman. He is married and has a son and two grandchildren.
ASSETS: home, property, bank certificate of deposit, consulting business.
SOURCE OF INCOME: Social Security.
RICHARD "DICK" KAUFMAN, left St. Petersburg for Citrus County in 1951 to run Citrus Title Co. He sold the company and retired in 1995. He served on the Citrus County School Board from 1958 to 1976 and returned to the public arena in 1993, when he was elected to the Inverness City Council. He resigned from the council in November as part of an unsuccessful bid for County Commission and is running now to regain his council seat. He is married and has three children and 10 grandchildren.
ASSETS: home, vehicles, land, boat, horses and cows, farm equipment, office building in Inverness, stock in Citrus Recreational Marina, escrow agreement with Commonwealth Title Co.
LIABILITIES: home equity loan, mortgages on home and Citrus Title building.
SOURCES OF INCOME: investments, proceeds from land and cattle sales, Social Security.
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