Meet the Council

Mayor Fogle

Mayor Scott Alan Fogle

Scott was born in Troy, Ohio in 1969.  He attended Milton-Union Schools, Pre-K thru 12th grade, graduating in 1987.  He joined the United States Air Force in 1987.  Scott was a Law Enforcement Specialist and was stationed at Air Force Bases in Texas, New York, England, Germany and California.  He separated from the US Air Force in 1997, with an Honorable Discharge.       

Scott has been a civil servant with the U. S. Government for 14 years.  During his continued government career he has held positions as a Correctional Officer with the Bureau of Prisons, a Federal Police Officer with the United States Mint and a Contracting Officer with the United States Environment Protection Agency.  Scott is currently a Procurement Analyst at WPAFB.  He holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration & Management from McKendree College, and Associate Degree in Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement Administration from Allan Hancock College and an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice from the Community College of the Air Force.  He is currently working on his Masters Degree in Acquisition Management.       

Scott is married to Stephanie Fogle and they have two children, Chloe and Colin.  Scott’s parents Lynn and Helen Fogle also reside in West Milton.       

Scott’s first goal during his four year term is to work with current council members and the city manager to solve the water issue within the village (renegotiating the current 20 year water contract with the city of Troy/Miami County).  His additional goals are to generate revenue for the village by developing a two year and four year plan to bring in businesses and explore options for a youth/community center or pool for the village.

Vice Mayor Miller

Vice Mayor Anthony Miller

Anthony and his wife Amber along with their daughter, Elizabeth lived in West Milton.

Councilwoman Copp

Chairwoman Sarah Copp

I will say, ”there is no place like home”. West Milton has been my home since I was born in December of 1979. I was raised in West Milton and lived on Hamilton St. with my parents Mark and Cheryl Herkins and sister Jessica.

I attended Milton-Union Schools starting in Kindergarten with Mrs. Pinkerton and graduated with my class in 1998. Throughout school I was involved in soccer, volleyball, basketball, track, student council and various clubs. Following high school I attended Wright State University and earned my bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education. Shortly after graduating in 2003 I married my high school sweet heart David Copp.

I taught at Newton Schools as a first and third grade teacher for three and a half years and coached volleyball and track. During this time, I went back to school at Walden University and earned my Masters in Reading and Literacy. My husband and I decided to start a family so I chose to put my career on hold and become a stay at home mom. We have three children now ages seven, six and four. While being a stay at mom I also tutor elementary aged students in reading and math. I am very involved with our church Community Grace (Chicken Church) in West Milton. I serve in our children’s ministry, which includes Awanas and our children’s church.

I am proud of our community and I want it to continue to improve and develop while maintaining the safe, hometown feeling that we already have. I have seen many improvements throughout our town in the past five years, which is very encouraging to know that “the people” care. I am also one of those people.

 

Councilman Dohrman

Councilman Don Dohrman

Councilwoman Grudich

Councilwoman Karen Grudich

Karen is a 35 year resident of the Village and Milton Union grad recently retired from Good Samaritan Hospital after 43 years of service. She volunteers within the community on the MURA Board and Milton Union Elementary School. She is excited to serve on council as the community moves forward, working with people to get the tasks completed.

Councilman Tinnerman

Councilman Jason Tinnerman

Jason Tinnerman is a lifelong resident of the West Milton and a 1993 graduate of Milton-Union.  His wife, Nikki, works for the Milton-Union School system which their children attend.  In additional to coaching robotics, Jason has also coached high school and youth soccer teams.  He is a local businessman, served as MURA soccer commissioner, MURA president, and has held positions on village as councilman, vice-mayor and mayor. 

 Councilman Scott Hurst