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Hamilton, Clermont County, OH November 4, 2003 Election
Board Member; Forest Hills Local School District Voter Information

4 Year Term.

The board is a policy-making body, but exercises only those powers delegated to it by state law. It chooses its own officers.

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Randy Smith Click here for more information about this candidate 5,315 votes 30.47%

  • Occupation: Procter & Gamble Marketing
  • President and Manager of Noble Properties Inc.
  • University of Cincinnati BS & BBA 1977
  • U C Graduate study in Broadcasting and Communication
  • Anderson High School 1972
  • 24 years in Customer Marketing with Procter & Gamble
  • Trustee -Anderson Hills Christian Church
Winnie Clayton Click here for more information about this candidate 2,718 votes 15.58%
  • Occupation: Retired Teacher.
  • Neighborhood: Anderson Township
  • Education: M. Ed. Xavier University. AB Smith College
  • I have 26 years total teaching experience, 18 years at Anderson High School
  • I have lived in Forest Hills School District for 39 years and have 6 children who were educated in Forest Hills Schools
  • For four years I have been a conservative voice on the board
  • Maintain challenging curriculum for all students.
  • Respect our national and local traditions.
  • Be fiscally conservative.
Bob Goodman Click here for more information about this candidate 2,659 votes 15.24%
  • Occupation: Business Development Executive, Kendle International Inc.
  • BS Therapeutic Recreation -- Georgia Southern College
  • Parent of FHSD students (Rich, 2002;Mike, 2005); married, Jeri (currently pursuing EdD in Counselor Education and Supervision)
  • Turpin Athletic Booster President (4 years)
  • St. Timothy's Episcopal Church member
  • Foster a cohesive Board environment which can enable the Board to work together with each other and the Superintendent to focus on educational issues
  • Focus on District education and technology issues to maintain/improve our "excellent" rating
  • Allocate current resources with a focus on quality of education while continuing to explore alternate funding sources
Kevin P. O'Brien Click here for more information about this candidate 2,481 votes 14.22%
  • Occupation: Vice President - Investments, Robert W Baird & Co., Inc.
  • Graduate of Anderson High School (1974)
  • BBA Finance, University of Cincinnati
  • Trustee, Every Parent's Library, a comprehensive video learning series for parents
  • Chair, Board of Advisors, College of Nursing, University of Cincinnati
  • Ohio School Boards Association Training Seminar
  • I'll work hard to provide a "Cost Effective, High Quality Education" for our students
  • A high quality education includes academics, athletics, arts & music
  • I'll work hard to maintain the district's "Excellent" rating
Gary W. Seibert Click here for more information about this candidate 2,285 votes 13.10%
  • Occupation: I am disabled with Parkinsons Diesease
  • I served on the board that selected and hired Dr. John Patzwald.
  • As a 50 year resident of the district, an empty nester living on a fixed income I feel that I can share the thoughts of all the people in our commun
  • I have served on the FHBOE for two previous terms. (1990-!997)
  • Reduce and eliminate split votes by the board. Develope a board that works as a team.
  • Be prepared to do more with less income in the coming years because of reduced state support..
  • The Board of Education needs to give more support to the superintendent.
Ron W Rosselot Click here for more information about this candidate 1,988 votes 11.40%
  • Occupation: Business Owner
  • B.S. Political Science from Xavier University
  • Registered Investment Advisor
  • Chartered Life Underwriter
  • Chairman Emeritus, Life Success Seminars
  • Maintain our school district's excellent standards
  • Provide financial and business ownership experience
  • Give back to the community I lived in for 40 years

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