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Goodall announces candidacy for county property assessor

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Stephen Goodall, a lifelong resident of Wilson County, announces his candidacy for the office of Wilson County Assessor of Property.

Goodall is a graduate of Lebanon High School and the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy, where he obtained his Peace Officer Standards Training Certificate as a law enforcement officer.

Goodall is an employee of the Wilson County Sheriff's Office. He served as the school resource officer for Mt. Juliet High School for six years before being promoted to the rank of sergeant. Goodall now oversees and supervises 11 schools and 12 school resource officers, all on the west end of Wilson County. Goodall is also certified in instructor development and conducts workshops for officers, teachers and students as well as the public. He has been asked by many to speak on the role of officers and safety in our schools.

Goodall has been active in various sports throughout Wilson County his entire life. He participated first as a youth and later as a coach. Goodall is currently a baseball coach in the Lebanon Rotary Dixie Youth League.

"I am excited to announce my candidacy for Wilson County Assessor of Property. My family and I have deep roots in Wilson County. I was raised on my family's farm in the Tuckers Crossroads community. I experienced the value of hard work and was taught that you are to take care of your family and your neighbors. Taking this to heart, I started working as a deputy for the Wilson County Sheriff's Office. When the opportunity was given, I went to work as a school resource officer in Wilson County Schools. I am a product of Wilson County Schools, starting at Tuckers Crossroads Elementary and graduating from Lebanon High School. I wanted to serve and do what I could to ensure that the schools were a safe place for teachers, students and be a positive influence for the children. I sincerely ask for your vote and support. I will be someone that will do what I can for the future of Wilson County. I will be accessible, and my office will be an open door if elected."

Goodall and his wife, Brandi, have been married for 15 years. Brandi is the Solid Gold coordinator for Wilson Bank & Trust. They have two children, Crockett, 12, and AnnaBella, 7. They are both students at Tuckers Crossroads Elementary School The Goodalls are members of Maple Hill church of Christ.

Goodall is the son of Marcia and longtime Wilson County Clerk Jim Goodall. Goodall has three siblings, Stacie Wahl, Stephanie (Mike) Morgan and Scott Goodall.

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