About David


Uible Family

David grew up in a family as the youngest of nine children. It was here that he learned the importance of patience and perseverance.

David’s father, Richard, had his own law practice in Cincinnati and put all nine through college. It was a family of conservative and disciplined values sitting down to dinner every evening and Sunday after church to share stories and events of the day. It was a formative upbringing. David studied mechanical engineering at Purdue University.  He married his college sweetheart, Cindy Cassell, and moved back to Cincinnati after graduation.

Over the years David served on many organizational boards and committees including: the Southern Ohio Agricultural Community Development Fund, the Clermont County Planning Commission, the New Richmond National Bank, the University Club of Cincinnati, the Young Entrepreneurs Organization, the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative, the Clermont County’s Republican Central and Executive Committees, the Northern Kentucky University School of Entrepreneurship, and Purdue University’s Burton D. Morgan Center of Entrepreneurship. His commitment to giving back is important to him.

As a business owner for 25 years David created or saved over 100 jobs in the Tri-State area and understands better than most the importance of limited government, fiscal responsibility, and free markets. David’s specialty is turning around distressed businesses by reducing debt, improving company products and services, and investing in the employees. With each company David implements tight financial controls, invests heavily into technology, and hires the best talent possible, empowering them to work together as a team to make sound growth oriented decisions.

Buffalo Herd

In 1993 David entered the former USSR with a trade delegation led by the U.S. Department of Commerce to look at opportunities in the aging and bankrupt healthcare industry. This trip led to an introduction to the Russian Deputy Minister of Health and eventually to David forming a publishing company, Media Sphera Publishing, to take over five national research journals. In 1996 the Russian government nationalized Media Sphera Publishing, but the experience of what a government can do in a socialistic state has stayed with him.  Since then he has concentrated on companies closer to home.

David and Cindy have been married for 30 years and have a daughter, Emma, attending university. They moved to Clermont County in 1993 and bought a farm in New Richmond. Starting in 1994 they began raising American buffalo and distributing their USDA branded meat. Besides buffalo, the family has raised numerous other animals for 4H projects over the last 15 years. David and Cindy believe that there’s no place better than Clermont County to live and raise a family.

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