Jan. 29 , 2016
CCAO welcomes new commissioners
David  Bridenstine was recently sworn in to fill the unexpired term of Stark County Co mmissioner  Thomas Bernabei, who resigned. David is a graduate of Malone University and the University of Akron School of Law.
His legal career spans over 30 years, primarily as an assistant Stark County prosecutor during the tenures of three county prosecutors. During that time, he served as legal counsel to various Stark County public offices including the county commissioners. Following his retirement in 2012, David served briefly as an assistant prosecuting attorney in Medina County before returning to the Stark County Board of Commissioners as in-house counsel.

Cindy Cameron has filled the unexpired term of Muskingum County Commissioner Todd Sands, who resigned due to medical reasons. She was elected to the Tri Valley Board of Education for five consecutive terms and was also appointed to the Mid-East Career and Technology Center. During her tenure as county commissioner, Cindy would like to focus on education and jobs.
A graduate of West Muskingum High School and Muskingum Area Technical College (aka Zane State), Cindy was employed as a legal assistant at a law firm for 26 years and at the Muskingum County Juvenile Court. During her tenure as county commissioner, Cindy would like to focus on education and jobs.  
Dennis Deters has been appointed to the unexpired term of Hamilton County CommissionerGreg Hartman, who resigned. Dennis served six years as a trustee in Colerain Township, one of the largest townships in Ohio. During his tenure, Dennis prioritized efficiency in government, public safety and increasing economic development. He has served on the Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste Policy Committee.   
He began his career as a constable in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court, and now practices litigation at a private law firm in Cincinnati. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the University of Cincinnati College of Law.

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