SEMINOLE COUNTY ROOTS
Originally from East Brunswick New Jersey, J.R. moved to Seminole County in 1983. J.R. graduated from Lake Brantley High School, and obtained his degree from Seminole State College. After college, he obtained his General Lines insurance license and managed an insurance office in Orlando at just 24 years old.
A THRIVING CAREER
In 1999 J.R.'s father had a heart attack. J.R. left the insurance world to run the family business while his father recovered. He had no experience in manufacturing microelectronic cutting materials, but quickly figured out a way to triple sales and streamline the business.
In 2003, J.R's father had the opportunity to sell the business and retire. At that point, he decided on another career change and moved into Real Estate.
The Real Estate crash of 2005 caught most Realtors by surprise. Many Realtors went out of business during that time. J.R. once again figured out a way to succeed. He was one of the first Realtors in the Orlando area to start selling short sales and achieved great success. J.R. is consistently in the top 1% of sales for all Orlando Realtors.
J.R is involved in many aspects of the community. His Brokerage participates in the Sanford Adopt-a-Road program, he was President of the HOA board in his neighborhood, a husband, father grandfather that enjoys woodworking in his spare time.
J.R. Kroll pictured with his wife of 22 years, 3 sons and daughter in law
Bringing Fiscal Responsibilty back to the Tax Collectors office.
The Tax Collector was established as an independent unit of government by the Florida State Constitution of 1885. Tax Collectors are referred to as Constitutional Officers. As the chief revenue collector within the county, the Tax Collector is elected to a four-year term.
The Tax Collector’s Office is responsible for providing a wide range of services to the citizens and taxpayers of Seminole County on behalf of other governmental units, including the Department of Revenue, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Department of Health, Department of Agriculture, etc.
This position should have nothing to do with partisan or politics. My opponent has been a "radio personality" for 35 years and has no experience running and managing employees. Make the only logical choice Nov. 3rd and vote KROLL for Seminole County Tax Collector.