Uible Takes Oath to Become Clermont County Commissioner

March 30, 2012

Uible takes Oath

Pictured above: Twelfth District Court of Appeals Judge Robert Ringland administers the oath of office to new Clermont County Commissioner David Uible.

Batavia, Ohio.  51-year-old David Uible of New Richmond officially became a Clermont County Commissioner on Friday, March 30, 2012.  During a brief ceremony at theBoard of Clermont County Commissioners (BCC) session room, Uible was administered the oath of office by Twelfth District Court of Appeals Judge Robert Ringland.  “I look forward to serving the county in my new role as a commissioner,” said Uible.  “Over the next few weeks, I will meet with elected officials and department heads to learn how the various agencies of county government work separately and together.”

Uible was appointed commissioner by the Clermont County Republican Central Committee to fill a vacancy on the Board, following the resignation of Commissioner Archie Wilson, earlier this year. Uible will run for the remaining two years of the term in the November election.

Uible is a local businessman and rancher who studied mechanical engineering at Purdue University and did graduate work at Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati.  He is married and the father of a teenage daughter.

– News story courtesy of the Clermont County Ohio Website.

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