New trustees join Lisle Village Board, Mayor Broda sworn in for fourth term
LISLE – During the Lisle Village Board meeting Monday, two new trustees joined re-elected members in taking the oath of office to serve the Lisle community.
New to the village board are Tony Carballo and Rob Getz. They join Brad Hettich, who was re-elected in April, trustees Ed Young, Catheryn Cawiezel, Mark Boyle, whose terms expire in 2015, and Mayor Joe Broda, who was unopposed in April's election.
Also sworn into oath Monday was clerk Timothy Seeden, who was re-elected in April as well.
During the meeting, Broda thanked departing trustees Ken Modaff and Lee Lafond for their service and wished them well in future endeavors.
Tony Carballo is a business litigation partner at Freeborn & Peters in Chicago where he has worked since 1994.
From 1986 to 1994, Carballo served as an Assistant State’s Attorney in Cook County in the Criminal Prosecutions and Special Prosecutions Bureaus. He and his wife Julie, have lived in Lisle for the past 20 years.
They have three children – Vince, who is a sophomore at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Grace, who is a senior at Naperville North High School, and Nick, who is a freshman at Naperville North High School.
Prior to being elected as a trustee in the Village of Lisle, Tony Carballo served on the Lisle Park District Board of Commissioners from 2005-13 and on the Lisle Convention and Visitors Bureau Board for the past several years. He is also a member of the Rotary Club of Lisle.
Rob Getz is the Regional Operations Director at Terra Technologies, LLC.
He earned a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois and an MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Chicago. He is a licensed professional engineer and managing real estate broker.
Getz and his wife Michelle have three children, Katie, Kelly and Jack, who attend St. Joan of Arc school in Lisle.
Rob Getz has been a member of the Lisle Planning and Zoning Commission from 2006-13 and served on the Ogden Corridor Planning Committee.
He is a board member of the Green Trails Improvement Association, a lector at St. Joan of Arc Parish, assistant coach with the Lisle Park District and a Benet High School Varsity Football Chain Crew member since 2009.