Clay Township Officials

Date Trustee’s Name Advisory Board Members
1891-1900 A.M. Nicholson
1900-1904 B. H. Linderman
1905-1908 Florence Boyd
1909-1911 Dr. Fred Kienzle
1911-1914 Charles Bond
1915-1918 Charles Bond
1919-1922 Charles Bond Barney Linderman, Milo Gentry, Oliver Hatfield
1923-1926 Miles Bradbury Barney Linderman, Milo Gentry, Oliver Hatfield
1927-1930 Merritt Nicholson Howard Gaylor, Milo Gentry, George Sowers
1931-1934 Miles Bradbury Howard Gaylor, Milo Gentry, George Sowers
1935-1938 Newton Gilmer Ernest Newman, Loring Hatfield, Merritt Nicholson
1939-1942 Newton Gilmer Howard Gaylor, Loring Hatfield, Merritt Nicholson
1943-1946 Francis Brooks Paul Henley, Loring Hatfield, Merritt Nicholson
1947-1950 Francis Brooks Paul Henley, Loring Hatfield, Ralph Wilson
1951-1954 John C. Gilmer John H. Bond, Earl Stackhouse, Howard Burris
1955-1958 John H. Bond John C. Riggleman, Richard Cranor, Earl Stackhouse
1959-1962 John H. Bond John C. Riggleman, Richard Cranor, Earl Stackhouse
1963-1966 Benjamin Dickey John C. Riggleman, Richard Cranor, Paul Hartman
1967-1970 Benjamin Dickey Richard Cranor, Paul Hartman, Reggie McMullen
1971-1974 John H. Bond John C. Riggleman, Richard Cranor, Paul Hartman
1975-1978 John H. Bond John C. Riggleman, Richard Cranor, Paul Hartman
1979-1982 John H. Bond Richard Cranor, Earl Williams, Thom LaBoyteaux
1-5/1983 Walter Henley Earl Williams, Thom LaBoyteaux, Charles Routson
6-12/1983 Nancy Dearing Earl Williams, Thom LaBoyteaux, Charles Routson
1984 Nancy Dearing Earl Williams, Thom LaBoyteaux, Charles Routson
1985-1986 Roberta Dunn Earl Williams, Thom LaBoyteaux, Charles Routson
1987-1990 Andrew Richardson Earl Williams, Thom LaBoyteaux, Charles Routson
1991-1996 Lori Collis Earl Williams, Thom LaBoyteaux, Don Brammer
1997-1998 Patricia McCoy Earl Williams, Thom Laboyteaux, Don Brammer
1999- Rebecca Cool Earl Williams, Louie Artman, , ____ Hopkins
20??- Rebecca Cool Louie Artman, ___ Hopkins

Special thanks to Jayne Beers of the Clay Township Historical and Preservation Society for providing this information.

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