Anne Cole was appointed to the Ohio State Marion Board of Trustees in 2010 and serves as board chair. She currently is the Sr. Vice President of United Bank, Division of the Park National Bank serving Crawford and Marion counties.
An active community member, Ms. Cole chairs the Crawford County 20/20 Vision Committee, serves as Vice Chair for the Bucyrus Community Improvement Corporation, and is an active Bucyrus Rotary Club member. She is also past president of the boards of trustees of the Bucyrus Area United Way, Bucyrus Salvation Army, Bucyrus Rotary Club, and Junior Achievement of North Central Ohio.
A graduate of Colonel Crawford High School, Ms. Cole holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics management from Ohio Wesleyan University, a MBA from Ashland University, and a graduate degree in banking from the American Bankers Association.
Ms. Cole resides on the family farm in rural Bucyrus with her husband and son.
A dedicated community volunteer, Garvin has served on the boards of directors of Junior Service Guild, The Marion Association for Gifted Students, The Marion Education Foundation, The Continuous Improvement Committee of the Marion City Schools, and as Vice President of Harding Music Parents. She was selected as Volunteer of the Year for the State of Ohio PTA. Garvin also serves as Chair of the Administrative Council and Lay Delegate of Epworth United Methodist Church. She currently serves on the Regional Club Council Advisory Committee at The Ohio State University.
Lynn and her husband Charlie have 3 adult children. In their spare time, they breed and show Dalmatian show dogs, and have bred 90 AKC Champions. She serves as the AKC Delegate for The Marion Ohio Kennel Club.
He has a degree in finance from The Ohio State Univeristy. He and his wife, Valerie, have four adult sons.
David Hypes, D.D.S was named to the Ohio State Marion Board of Trustees in 2012.
Stephen Keen was named to the Ohio State Marion Board of Trustees in June of 2007.
Keen received an Associate Degree in Business Management from Marion Technical College and is a graduate of Northmor High School.
Scharer is active in the Marion community serving as a board member of the Marion Family YMCA Endowment Fund and The Marion Palace Theatre Endowment Fund. Currently, he is a member of the Marion lodge No. 70, Free and Accepted Masons and is president-elect of The Marion Rotary Club.
He and his wife, Laura, are long-time Marion residents.
Throughout his career, Sizemore has given extensively to volunteer community efforts in the Columbus area, including Columbus Children's Choir; Regional Director, Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve; Westerville Rotary Club; fundraising for the Columbus Symphony Orchestra; and volunteer work with the Native American Indian Center.
Mr. Wanner is an active member of the Ironworkers District Council of Southern Ohio currently serving on the Ohio Pension Fund, Ohio Benefit Trust, and Ohio Annuity Fund committees. In addition, he is active in the Delaware community serving on the Grady Memorial Hospital Advisory Board, president of the Arts Farm, and the Delaware Rotary Club.
He holds two Bachelor of Science degrees from Franklin University, one in electronics engineering and one in industrial management and a MBA from Xavier University. Mr. Wanner is also a veteran of the United States Navy serving in active duty in 1971-1975.
Young lives in Upper Sandusky with her husband, Ken, an attorney, and their three children. She is an active volunteer for area youth sports programs and the Upper Sandusky schools.
His research in structural graph theory is broadly focused on describing structures that arise in graphs and networks and exploiting those structures to answer questions about the overall network. There are applications of this research to computer networks, electrical circuits, social networks, organizational networks, chemical reactions, epidemiology and molecular structures. In particular, Dr. Maharry's research deals with graph decompositions, tree-structures, surface embeddings and minor- and topological-inclusions of graphs. His current project is to show that short-chained, bounded tree-width graphs are well-quasi-ordered under topological inclusion.
Sexton currently works in the Academic Enrichment Center at Ohio State Marion. He is actively involved in student government and campus leadership. Sexton is currently working on a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Education from Ohio State and plans to graduate spring semester 2015. Students wishing to contact the student representative to the Board of Trustees may email: email@example.com