Dianne Krumel is a lifelong resident of Pensacola. After graduating from the University of West Florida, she went on to build her own successful business career that spanned 34 years.
Dianne has been a strong advocate for social and environmental issues in our community for many years. She has attended countless local county commissioner meetings, city hall meetings, public forums and town halls meetings to listen, learn and speak about the issues that are most important to the people. She recently led and won a 2-year grassroots community effort, known as “Save Pensacola Beach”, that stopped the privatization and over development of our publicly owned land on Santa Rosa Island, better known as Pensacola Beach.
Dianne Krumel is a proven leader who has earned the trust of our community. She knows that once elected, her actions in Tallahassee must reflect the will of the people she will serve. Dianne’s primary focus will be on working for policies that support a healthy, safe and educated people.
Dianne believes Our communities prosper best when we focus on policies that support healthy, safe and educated people. We need laws that reflect the will of the people, not politicians.
As your trusted public servant in Tallahassee, Dianne Krumel’s work will be dedicated to these community priorities:
- Ensuring accessible and affordable, quality health care for every Floridian
- Promoting excellence in our public education and vocational training programs
- Supporting our veterans and active duty military personnel
- Empowering businesses to bring jobs to our communities
- Focusing on policies that improve our system of justice
- Protecting and preserving public beaches
- Ensuring clean air, water and land
Dianne is asking you to get involved with her campaign today!
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What does it take to prepare and feed 700 folks at a time of great need in our community a hot spaghetti meal after Hurricane Sally? I’ll tell you: it takes compassion, love and empathy for our brothers and sisters in a time of need. It takes good folks who donated unselfishly to the cause and others like Missy Ward and Samantha H Herring willing to go the extra mile, or should I say 150 miles, to bring in food from Crestview that was so desperately needed. It takes folks like Pastor Sylvia Tisdale who prepped food all day yesterday and then gets up at midnight to start cooking. It takes good folks like Gulf Power who donated 2 pallets of water. And it takes wonderful volunteers who showed up to help and organize!
And that’s just a start. Peace, love and happiness to all of those who care.