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Michael J. Pannitto

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Michael J. Pannitto
Michael Pannitto moved to Tinley Park in 1993. He became active in the community three years later, running for Park District Commissioner because he opposed the park district's use of public funds to renovate buildings for a private daycare center and restaurant, rather than building parks. He was elected in 1995.

Mike served Tinley Park as a non-paid commissioner for 20 years. During the time Mike was a commissioner on the Park District Board, a vacant restaurant was transformed into the Vogt Visual Arts Center. Additionally, the recreation center, water park, fitness center, Freedom Park and numerous other smaller parks and projects were completed.

In 2015, Mike was elected to the position of Trustee. One of Mike’s goals, while serving the citizens of Tinley Park, is to ensure that the interests of the people of the Village of Tinley Park are represented.

Mike has worked for Cook County for the past 25 years. He started as a probation officer in 1991. While working full time, he attended law school at night. He earned his law degree and is currently employed as an attorney for Cook County.

Mike lives with his wife, a veterinarian, and two children, one a student at Prairie View Middle School, and the other at Andrew High School.

In September 2015, former Tinley Park Mayor Dave Seaman assigned Mike as the Chairman of the Building and Compliance Committee.

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Brian H. Younker

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Brian H. Younker

Brian Younker was elected to the Tinley Park Village Board in 2015 and is Chairman of the Public Works Committee. 

Trustee Younker spent 20 years as a volunteer commissioner for the Tinley Park Park District and 19 years as a firefighter/EMT with the Country Club Hills Fire Department. He is a small business owner and a past coach with the Tinley Park Bobcats and the Tinley Park Bulldogs. 

Some of Trustee Younker's accomplishments include achieving Illinois Distinguished Accredited Agency status for the Tinley Park Park District, becoming president of the award-winning Tinley Park Park District, and establishing neighborhood focus groups for planning new playgrounds. He also started an electronic recycling program for Orland Township.

Trustee Younker is a life-long resident of Tinley Park, where he currently lives with sons Brian and Tommy and daughter Oliva.

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Cynthia Berg

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Cynthia A. Berg

Cynthia A. Berg was elected to the Tinley Park Village Board in April 2017.

Trustee Berg, her two adult children and their entire family are lifelong residents of Tinley Park. As a child, she attended elementary and middle school in Kirby School District 140. Following her early childhood education, she was in the first graduating class at Andrew High School. After graduating from high school, she continued her educational endeavors, enrolling at Lewis University in Romeoville, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing. 

Trustee Berg’s career in healthcare has included a variety of diverse experiences and settings, including management roles. Her specialty was providing leadership in the operating room, which encompassed the majority of her 31 years of experience as a registered nurse. She also volunteered in Guatemala and the Dominican Republic assisting in surgeries in some of the most poverty-stricken areas.

Trustee Berg works as the school nurse at Bloom Trail High School in Chicago Heights.

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William P. Brady

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William P. Brady
Bill Brady was elected to the Tinley Park Village Board in April 2017.

Trustee Brady and his wife, Bette have been residents of Tinley Park since the early 1990s and are the parents of Sean and Megan, both of whom are graduates of Andrew High School. 

Trustee Brady ran a successful business in Oak Lawn for 33 years before retiring to devote his time to the Boy Scouts. He is one of the founders and committee chairman of Boy Scout Troop 911, chartered by the Tinley Park Police Department’s Crime Prevention and the Tinley Park American Legion Post 615, and is also a committee member of Scout Crew 422.

After retirement, Trustee Brady decided to give back to his community by taking on a part-time position with the Orland Township Senior Service Department as a driver and various other duties as needed. In his spare time, he also volunteers for the Illinois Department of Natural Resources as a hunting and boating safety master instructor.

Trustee Brady and his family are members of St. Stephen Deacon and Martyr Church. He and his wife are both Eucharistic ministers and have helped out on many church functions.

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Michael W. Glotz

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Michael W. Glotz

Mike Glotz was elected to the Tinley Park Village Board in April 2017.

Trustee Glotz and his wife, Kristie have lived in Tinley Park since the mid-1990s and have two children, Katie and Kyle. He and his family attend Parkview Christian Church. Trustee Glotz is a member of Local 150 Operating Engineers and is a Union Steward for Local 150. Through many years in the field, his experience has been utilized by his company to manage many large projects and assist in sales due to the positive relationships he has developed with clients. 

Trustee Glotz has volunteered as a girls softball and boys baseball coach for the Tinley Park Bulldogs organization and the Southwest Raiders Travel Baseball team in Orland Hills.

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Michael J. Mangin
Michael J. Mangin was appointed to the Tinley Park Village Board in May 2017.

Trustee Mangin and his wife, Maureen have been residents of Tinley Park since the early 1990s and are the parents of five children, including Caitlin, Erin, Ashley, Colin and Michael, all graduates of Andrew High School.

Trustee Mangin was the Executive Vice President at Marquette Bank for 21 years, managing the retail lending, sales, collections, multifamily lending and servicing areas of the bank before retiring in March 2016.

Trustee Mangin graduated from Illinois Benedictine University in 1980 and owned his own mortgage company (Oak Lawn Financial) for 17 years before selling to Marquette Bank in the late 1990s,

Trustee Mangin has been involved with many volunteer/community organizations throughout the last 20 years, most recently as a member of the Finance Committee at Consolidated High School District 230.