Craig is a life long resident of Liberty Township. Along with his wife Cyndi, there are two stepdaughters, Stephanie and Sarah. Harper, the granddaughter, garners most of the attention. Craig is self employed, doing plumbing and electrical work, working on rental units, and farming along with a small cattle operation.
Craig graduated from Liberty Union HS and Ohio University. He has been involved with the Baltimore Area Museum for fifteen years and is the past president. He is currently an officer of the Baltimore Community Improvement Corporation, where he has also been a member for fifteen years. He is the past chairman of the Liberty Township Zoning Commission, serving a five year term.
His goals for the township are to improve the communication with the residents and to optimize the assets of the township. He can be reached at 740-862-6085 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Randy Kemmerer was born and raised in Fairfield County and has lived in Liberty township for the last 10 years. He and his wife Yvonne have been married for 34 years and have 3 sons Josh, Jordan and Jacob. Josh is a firefighter/paramedic for Basil Joint Fire District. He and his wife Kendra reside in Baltimore with their daughter Bentley and a baby boy on the way due in May 2012. Jordan resides in Baltimore and owns his own lawncare business, Kemmerer Lawn care. Jacob is a senior at The Ohio State University where he is studying Agricultural Education. He and his fiancée Jena, are getting married in July 2012.
Randy graduated from Fairfield Union High school. His work experience includes 10 years at the Fairfield County Engineers Office. Randy recently retired from Walnut Township as a road supervisor after 22 years of service.
Randy is also involved with the 4H clubs and serves as the assistant superintendent for the swine committee. After 25 years as a 4H advisor, Randy continues to spend time working with the kids of the Thurston Future Farmers 4H club. Randy is a member of the Thurston United Methodist Church and also the Fairfield County Farm Bureau.
His goals as a trustee include:
To provide better service for the tax payers of Liberty Township, such as improving road safety and snow removal for the residents. To provide a new and improved meeting facility, which was completed in 2011. And also to identify ways to increase tax revenue without raising taxes for the residents.
Please feel free to reach Randy or leave a message on his cell phone anytime at 740-808-0388 and he will return your call and address your concerns within 24 hours.
Betsy has lived in Liberty Township since 1977. She is married to Dan and their son Robert and his family live next door. They all love living in Liberty Township.
She is a Fairfield Union graduate and attended Hocking College studying Nursing. She has been an active member of the Baltimore Community Chest for 22 years. She worked at the Liberty Union Schools for 16 years and is currently volunteering at the Christ United Methodist Preschool. She loves to garden.
Prior to becoming a Trustee, Betsy served on the Liberty Township Zoning Commission and was a prior Zoning Secretary. As a Trustee for Liberty Township, Betsy wants to represent people fairly and utilize the Township money in the most economical fashion while transitioning the township into the 21st century.
Dan has lived in Liberty Township all his life. He is the sixth generation to do so. He is married to Betsy. His son Robert, his wife Amanda and their son, Case, live just next door. They all love living here.
He is a Liberty Union-Thurston graduate and an Ohio School of Banking at Ohio University graduate. His work experience includes being a cashier, vice-president, director and branch manager of a bank. He has been treasurer and director of an oil company. He has been serving as the clerk (fiscal officer) for Liberty Township since 1992. He is currently finishing his term as president of the fair board and has been a director since 1989. He has also been a farmer for most of his life.
His goals for Liberty Township are:
- to preserve our history
- to maintain a great place to live and raise a family, and
- to prepare Liberty Township for our future generations.
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