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Lake County, Ohio - Commissioners

JOHN R. HAMERCHECK

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I am privileged to 
have been elected to serve as one of your three Lake County Commissioners and look forward to addressing the needs of our community now and planning for the future.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments, at jhamercheck@lakecountyohio.gov or 440-350-2754.

I thank you once again for visiting this site. I encourage you to browse the site to learn more about your other Lake County elected officials and departments that serve you.

                           John R. Hamercheck, Commissioner 

Biographical Information

Lake County Commissioner John R. Hamercheck was elected to serve as one of three Lake County Commissioners.  Hamercheck’s term as Commissioner commenced on January 3, 2017.

Prior to taking office as Commissioner, Hamercheck built a successful engineering and communications firm, which he managed since 1992. 

Hamercheck served as an elected member of Madison Village Council starting in 2006 and, with two re-elections, continuously serving until taking office as Commissioner in 2017.  Hamercheck served four of those years as President of Council.

Hamercheck served as an auxiliary police officer for Madison Village.  John became Auxiliary Team Leader and Community Outreach Coordinator.  Several other officers who were part of the auxiliary team have gone on to part-time and full-time positions as officers in Madison and other communities.  In 2003, John was named Madison Village Police Officer of the Year, the first time that award was given to an auxiliary officer.

Hamercheck is a lifelong Lake County resident, John and his wife, Susan, were married in 1992 and together they have two daughters, Dyan and Sarah.