Alan A. Stockmeister
Alan A. Stockmeister was appointed to the board by Governor Kasich in February 2017.
Mr. Stockmeister is a lifelong Jackson resident and the son of the late Art (A.J.) and Bernadine Bennett Stockmeister. He graduated from Jackson High School in 1970, then enrolled at Michigan State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree. After graduating from college in 1974, he returned to Jackson and became involved in the contracting companies and businesses started by his parents.
Mr. Stockmeister is currently the chairman, and one of the majority owners, of Dallas-based Elemetal, a global precious metals conglomerate; and also the owner and president of Foremost Management, Inc., a Jackson-based construction management, development, and property management firm. He has worked to build various private business enterprises in Southeastern Ohio and nationwide. His family businesses range from construction and development to media and manufacturing. His companies include Jackson County Broadcasting, Inc., which is composed of The Radio and The Telegram.
Mr. Stockmeister proudly serves the State of Ohio as an Ohio Commodore. He has also dedicated his private time serving his community on various boards related to banking, hospitals, foundations and economic development. He has served as chairman of the Board of Trustees both of the Holzer Consolidated Health System and the Holzer Medical Center-Jackson. He has also served on the Milton Banking Co. Board and the University of Rio Grande Board of Trustees.
Mr. Stockmeister is married and he and his wife, Susan, have six children. Son Aaron Stockmeister is employed by Fifth Third Bank in Cincinnati. Daughter Cora Stockmeister Willett and son, Seth Stockmeister, are both involved in the family businesses in Jackson. Son Cameron Winchester is employed as a graphic designer in New York City, while daughter Jobeth Winchester and son Kip Winchester are both students at The Ohio State University.