Cheryl Huss recently announced she has filed a petition to run as an independent for election to the office of Seneca County commissioner for the seat presently held by Commissioner Dave Sauber.
By running as an independent, Huss is not to appear on the primary ballot March 4. Huss is to appear on the Nov. 4 ballot.
“I believe my years of community service and work experience serving the county coordinating efforts and organizing events; developing, sustaining and expanding programs, has given me an appreciation of what Seneca County can accomplish,” Huss said.
Huss said she has worked hard to better serve Seneca County through educating, mediating, researching, marketing, grant writing and advocacy.
“I have the confidence to lead, the experience to serve, and the humility to listen,” Huss said. “While it’s not easy to predict the future, I believe we can do better working together.”
Huss graduated from Columbian High School in 1979. she received the Excellence in Forensic Psychology award from Tiffin University and graduated cum laude with a bachelor of criminal justice in forensic psychology in 2001.
Huss is the director of community support for the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Seneca, Sandusky and Wyandot counties. She is a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church, the League of Women Voters, Seneca County Community Council, secretary, Seneca County Health Alliance, secretary, Suicide Prevention Coalition, secretary/treasurer, and CARSA Coalition of Seneca County.
Huss and her husband, David, live in Clinton Township and are the parents of four sons, Marcus, Erik, Brett and Bryan.