Commissioner chosen to fill vacancy on Plainfield Park District Council


PLAINFIELD, IL — A new member has been appointed to the Plainfield Park District Board of Commissioners, officials have announced. Debra Narducci will take the seat of former commissioner Rob Ayres, who died May 12, after serving on the council for 7 years.

Narducci was formally inducted at the regular board meeting July 13 at the Prairie Activity and Recreation Center. The mandate expires in 2023.

Officials said the new commissioner comes to the post with leadership experience in accounting and business management in the corporate and nonprofit sectors. She is currently a Controller for ADOPT Pet Shelter in Naperville.

Prior to his time at the Naperville Adoption Center, Narducci worked as a controller at Maul Paving, accounting supervisor at Toyal America, Inc., chief financial officer at the Shorewood Area Chamber of Commerce, and controller and human resources manager at Waldman. Engineering.

Narducci also has 18 years of experience on homeowner association boards, worked with board trustees on several projects and served on a park district master plan committee, according to a statement. Plainfield Park District press release.

Along with her husband and two daughters, Narducci resided within the Plainfield Park district boundaries for 18 years.


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