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City Council - City of Bryan Ohio
Richard Reed - At Large
Richard Reed was appointed to Bryan City Council in April, 1999 to complete the term of the late Don North. Dick was then elected in November, 1999 and is presently serving his 4th term. A longtime resident and graduate of Bryan High School, Dick began his 39 year career in Finance and Banking in 1961 when he went to work for the former Economy Loan Co. After spending time as a manager in Denison, Texas and Mount Vernon, Ohio, Dick moved back t Bryan in late 1968 to take a position as Branch Manager of the former West High Branch of Citizens National Bank. Dick continued his career at Citizens and its successor, National City Bank, for the next 28 years, rising to the level of Executive Vice President. He also served on the Bank's board of directors for 9 years. After retiring, he continued his work for four years at the former Mid Am Bank in Bryan. Dick served as Vice President and Senior Commercial loan officer, leaving the banking business in 2000. Since 2004, he has been a licensed auctioneer in both Ohio and Indiana. Dick's education includes a certificate from the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin with additional courses in commercial lending, installment lending, The American Institute of Banking. He attended Rupert School of Auctioneering in Indiana in 2004. Civic activities include: Founding Trustee, past Treasurer, past President Bryan Area Foundation, past President and Treasurer of Bryan United Way, former Director Bryan Chamber of Commerce, present member Bryan Civil Service Commission, served on Administrative Board of Quad Co Rehabilitation Workshop and was a Junior Achievement Advisor. Memberships include; past member Bryan Rotary Club, Paul Harris Fellow, Masonic Bodies, including, Blue Lodge, Scottish Rite, York Rite, and the Shrine. Dick Reed is a longtime active member of First Lutheran Church where he has served several terms as member and President of Church Council.
Also present were: Assistant Director of Utilities Craig Preston, Electric Superintendent Brian Carlin, City Engineer Brian Wieland, Public Relations Director Lou Pendleton, City Council member Richard Reed, Mayor Doug Johnson, City Attorney Rhonda Fisher, and Clerk-Treasurer Laura Rode.
Board of Public Affairs Chairman Christopher Conti and Council President Richard Reed presided over the meeting with the following members of the Board of Public Affairs present: William Yahraus, Mary Burns and William Pepple.
Christopher Conti, Chairman of the Board of Public Affairs, and Richard Reed, President of the Bryan City Council, called the Special Joint meeting to order at 8:30 p.m. in the Bryan City Council Chambers.
Board of Public Affairs Chairman Christopher Conti and Council President Richard Reed presided over the meeting with the following members of the Board of Public Affairs present: Angelike Schreder, William Yahraus, Mary Burns and William Pepple.
Christopher Conti, Chairman of the Board of Public Affairs, and Richard Reed, President of the Bryan City Council, called the Special Joint meeting to order at 7:50 p.m.
Also present were: Director of Utilities Stephen Casebere, Assistant Director of Utilities Craig Preston, Electric Superintendent Brian Carlin, Water Superintendent Norm Echler, Communication Superintendent W. Joe Ferrell, Public Relations Director Lou Pendleton, Senior Network Engineer Ken Moore, Warehouse Worker II John Caperton, Mayor Doug Johnson, City Attorney Rhonda Fisher, City Council members Richard Reed and Keith Day, and Clerk-Treasurer Laura Rode.
Bryan City Councilman Richard Reed then addressed the Board to confirm the consensus of the Council is that there will be no annexation of this property to the City.