The city of Lawrenceville’s City Manager, Chuck Warbington, along with other community leaders are vying for your vote and the opportunity to pucker up and KISS-A-PIG in support of men and women developmental disabilities and those that have experienced an acquired brain injury. Yet, to win HAMerica’s Vote, he needs your help.
Please consider voting for Chuck Warbington by making a tax-deductible donation to Annandale Village. Each dollar you are able to contribute will equal one vote for his candidacy. The candidate with the most votes or funds raised by May 18th, will be named the winner of the Kiss-A-Pig campaign! More importantly, your support will provide vital programs and services to help people with developmental disabilities to lead lives that reflect quality, value, self-worth, and achievement.
Please give generously…Chuck really wants to KISS-A-PIG!
Chuck Warbington is a life-long resident of Gwinnett County and a member of the Dacula Football Hall of Fame. He is a graduate of Georgia Tech with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree. While at Georgia Tech, he was a wide receiver for the 1990 National Championship Football Team. Chuck and his wife, Stacey, have been married for over 21 years, and have 4 children.
Chuck is a registered professional engineer having worked as a principal manager for a local Architectural/Engineering company (Pond & Company) for over 13 years. He began the leadership of Gwinnett Village in January 2006 leading the efforts in forming the largest Community Improvement District (CID) in the state in mid-2006. He was appointed City Manager for the City of Lawrenceville where he oversees just under a $200 million budget and just over 300 employees.
As a graduate of Leadership Gwinnett, Chuck is serving his community in many capacities including as a board member for Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful, and the Fort Daniel Historical Foundation. He currently serves as chairman of the Gwinnett County Planning Commission, past president of Partnership Gwinnett PFE, past president of the Rotary Club of Gwinnett and past executive board member of the Gwinnett Chamber. He also serves on the Quantum National Bank Board of Directors. He was selected by the Georgia Engineering Alliance as Engineer of the Year in Private Practice for the state of Georgia in 2003 and was honored as one of Georgia Trend’s 40 under 40 for 2006. In 2012, Chuck was selected by the national publication CE News as one of fifteen Rising Stars in Civil Engineering. He is also consistently ranked on Georgia Trend’s notable Most Influential Georgians list.