Rep. Charlie Meier poses with his family for a photo after being inducted into the Illinois Jaycee Hall of Fame. From left are Marilee Roethemeyer (sister), Sam Roethemeyer (brother in-law), Linda Knolhoff (sister), Rep. Meier, Cindy Gross (girlfriend), and Dr. Josh Knolhoff (nephew).
Rep. Charlie Meier poses with his family for a photo after being inducted into the Illinois Jaycee Hall of Fame. From left are Marilee Roethemeyer (sister), Sam Roethemeyer (brother in-law), Linda Knolhoff (sister), Rep. Meier, Cindy Gross (girlfriend), and Dr. Josh Knolhoff (nephew).
Rep. Charlie Meier poses with his family for a photo after being inducted into the Illinois Jaycee Hall of Fame. From left are Marilee Roethemeyer (sister), Sam Roethemeyer (brother in-law), Linda Knolhoff (sister), Rep. Meier, Cindy Gross (girlfriend), and Dr. Josh Knolhoff (nephew).

State Rep. Charlie Meier inducted into Illinois Jaycee Hall of Fame

May 20, 2015 10:47 AM

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