Alan A. Stockmeister is a lifelong resident of Jackson, Ohio. A graduate of Jackson High School and Michigan State University, Mr. Stockmeister earned his Bachelor of Science and returned to Jackson to work in a construction business started by his parents in 1946.
He has worked to build various private business enterprises in Appalachia Ohio, ranging from media, manufacturing and processing, to the development and operations of motels, theaters and restaurants. His media company owns four radio stations, The Telegram newspaper and Zip Printing.
His recent manufacturing business enterprise includes Phoenix Quality Mfg. LLC, a manufacturer of medical masks, and 2335 Capital LLC, an "all-Ohio" investment company working with others to develop the legalized medical marijuana industry. He is involved in the development and branding of skin care and medical products by his association with Cannuka, a CBD company whose products are derived from hemp and Manuka honey.
Mr. Stockmeister serves on the board of Greene Lyon Group Inc., providing technologies that make it economically compelling to recycle precious metals from scrap materials and industrial byproducts in a sustainable manner. Its subsidiary, Ohio Metal Processing LLC, is a processor and refiner of copper, silver and gold from that scrap. Mr. Stockmeister also serves as chairman of Dallas-based Elemetal, a national precious metals conglomerate.
In his private time, Mr. Stockmeister dedicates himself to proudly serving the state of Ohio as an Ohio Commodore. He also serves as a member of various boards beyond Ohio State and the Wexner Medical Center, including the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio, which creates opportunities for Appalachian Ohio's citizens and communities by inspiring and supporting philanthropy; and the Appalachian Partnership, Inc., a nonprofit organization of chief executive officers representing businesses and institutions from Ohio's 32 Appalachian counties to promote economic development.
Mr. Stockmeister and his wife, Susan, together have six children – Aaron, Cora, Seth, Cameron, Kip and Jo Beth.
Appointed by: Gov. John R. Kasich
Term: 02/03/2017 – 05/13/2025