23025 Holycross Epps
Marysville, OH 43040
Term Expires: December 31, 2025
Retired from Honda of America after 36 years, a project manager managing multi million dollar accounts, leading communications for thousands of employees of a major department, developing strategies to ensure project goals are achieved and to reduce overall costs, proficient in creating and presenting information to all levels of associates.
Passionate of historic research and preservation, I supported the Poling Cabin relocation to Allen Township park. I also Preserved a landmark from Marysville on my property dated back to1927. I currently work part time for Union County Engineers department mowing road right of ways.
Petroliana collecting Vintage Restorations Coca Cola Collectibles
Fairbanks / Tolles Tech
1976 – 1981
Diesel and Gas Engine mechanic / Farm Equipment Operation FFA Chapter President
Parliamentary Procedure awards
Union County Engineers
Road Right of Way mowing
Honda of America
“Retired” Assembly department team leader, coordinator, asst. manager. New Model project manager, associate new model education leader
Township Resident since 1992
Zoning Board of Appeals 5+ years
Poling Cabin relocation project
Allen Township cemeteies restoration study Community Day and Dumpster Day support Attendance of Trustee monthly meetings
Maintaining Allen Townships current conditions with the projected revenue reductions from the state and businesses in the township
Enhance communication methods with township residents, Identify opportunities to improve upon to help reduce cost and avoid future impact to township residents
15935 Allen Center Rd.
Marysville, OH 43040
The Ohio Revised Code states several required duties of the Fiscal Officer including, but not limited to:
- keeping an accurate record of the proceedings of Allen Township Board Trustee meetings
- keeping accurate records of all the accounts and transactions of the township trustees
- issuing all checks
- preparing payroll
Each year the Fiscal Officer must prepare an estimate of the revenues and expenditures for the next succeeding year and submit it to the county auditor. Once this is done, a resolution is passed by the trustees that formally adopts the budget as revised and approved by the County Auditor.