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Taylor Announces Regional Advisory Board
Auditor of State Mary Taylor announced appointments to the Auditor of State’s Southwestern Ohio Regional Advisory Board. This is one of eight boards that
“I am looking forward to discussions with local officials to gain information on the issues important to them,”
The regional advisory board meetings provide local officials a forum to discuss major issues facing their communities that involve interaction with the Auditor of State’s Office. The boards are part of
Each board has representatives from every type of local government - county and city officials, township officials, school treasurers and local independent public accountants. The meetings will also provide local government entities with up-to-date government accounting regulations.
The Southwestern Ohio Regional Advisory Board will meet for the first time today with the following officials:
Baldridge is in his first term as Adams County Commissioner. Prior to his election he served as a trustee for
Gregory V. Jolivette,
Jolivette is in his second term and serves as president of the Butler County Board of
Matacic is in her second term as township trustee. She has served as the president of the Liberty Board from 2003 to present. Her community involvement includes serving on the boards of the
Nix is the treasurer of
Edmund R. Pokora, Chief Financial Officer,
Pokora has worked as a treasurer in a number of southwestern
Bastin is a certified public accountant and is the principal of the accounting firm Bastin & Company. He has more than 25 years of experience as an accountant, concentrating on local government and non-profit organizations.
Alana Cropper, Treasurer,
Cropper has been the treasurer of
Linda L. Fraley,
Fraley is a certified public accountant and is serving her fourth term as Clermont County Auditor. Prior to her public service, she worked in the private sector as a business accountant.
Edwin H. Humphrey,
Humphrey has served as a trustee for
Sandra K. Mongold,
Mongold is councilwoman for the city of
Anthony R. Anderson,
Czerwonka is in his second term as councilman for the city of
Wayne Davis, Assistant City Manager, City of
Heather E. Harlow,
Harlow is the fiscal officer for
Gregory M. Hughes, Partner, Plattenburg & Associates, Inc
Hughes is a certified public accountant and is a partner with the
Russell L. Jackson,
Tracy Jarvis, Treasurer,
Jarvis has held the position of treasurer of several
Virgil G. Lovitt, Mayor of Sharonville
Lovitt is serving his third terms as mayor. He has been an insurance executive for 27 years with State Farm Insurance.
Kerry W. Roe, Partner, Clark, Schaefer, Hackett & Co.
Roe is a certified public accountant and is the chairman of the Government Services Group for the accounting firm of Clark, Schaefer, Hackett & Co. Roe joined the firm in 1995 after working for four years with the Ohio Auditor of State’s office.
Daniels was elected Greenfield Auditor in 2006 after being appointed to the position in 2004. Prior to her public service, Karen worked for Fifth Third Bank.
Bill Fawley, Highland
Fawley is serving his fifth term as Highland County Auditor. Prior to 1990, he worked in several federal congressional offices.
Mindy S. Robbins,
Robbins was elected auditor of
Nelson is serving his sixth term as Warren County Auditor. He began his employment in the auditor’s office in 1971 after serving with honors in the 101st Airborne Division of the United State Army.
Patricia Arnold South, Warren County Commissioner
South was first elected to the Warren County Commission in 1992 and is currently serving her fourth term. Her previous experience includes five years as the president/CEO of the Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce.
Terwilliger is serving in her sixth term as the fiscal officer of
The Ohio Auditor of State’s Office is one of the largest accounting offices in the nation. The office strives to ensure that all public funds are spent legally and appropriately and works aggressively to root out fraud, waste and abuse in public spending.
For more information about the State Auditor’s Office, please visit: www.auditor.state.oh.us.