Duane Schriver is candidate for Cleveland mayor

Posted 3/1/18

Duane Schriver has announced his candidacy for mayor of Cleveland.

In making the announcement, Schriver said, “I possess the necessary education, training, experience and leadership skills to continue the great work that is occurring, and help take Cleveland to an even higher level.

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Duane Schriver is candidate for Cleveland mayor

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Duane Schriver has announced his candidacy for mayor of Cleveland.
In making the announcement, Schriver said, “I possess the necessary education, training, experience and leadership skills to continue the great work that is occurring, and help take Cleveland to an even higher level.

“It is my love for the people of this community that has motivated me to seek this position which will allow me to continue to serve the people and give back to this community. If elected, my goal will be to serve the needs of all the people and sectors by working closely with the City Council, city manager and staff to carry out the expressed wishes of the community,” he said.

“I will not limit my accessibility to any select group. I will serve all,” Schriver said.

Schriver said he has dedicated his career to the service of the people of Cleveland as an educator.

He and his wife of 48 years, Sheila, and daughters, Kristin and Sydney, feel blessed to have made Cleveland their home.

His wife has served as a math teacher at Cleveland High School, Cleveland State Community College, Tomlinson College and Lee University.

Schriver received his bachelor of science degree from the University of Tennessee in 1969, and his master's degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 1978.

He has taught in the classroom of elementary schools, middle schools and high schools.

He has also served as principal of Mayfield Elementary School, assistant principal at Cleveland Junior High and Cleveland High School and has coached various sports for the school system.

He has also worked closely with the business sector as a consultant for Glencoe McGraw Hill Publishers.

Shriver’s contributions to Cleveland have earned him recognition and honors from various local and state organizations.

Schriver said, "If it is the will of the people of Cleveland, I will serve you with honor.”

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