Alan A. Stockmeister is a lifelong resident of Jackson, Ohio. After graduating from Jackson High School in 1970, he enrolled at Michigan State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science. He then returned to Jackson to work in a construction business started by his parents in 1946.
Mr. Stockmeister is 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 Appalachia Ohio. His family businesses range from construction and development to media and manufacturing. His media ownership includes Jackson County Broadcasting, Inc., which owns/operates four radio stations, The Telegram newspaper and Zip Printing.
His recent business enterprises include Ohio Metal Processing, a copper recycling business and 2335 Capital LLC, an "all-Ohio" investment company working with others to develop the legalized medical marijuana industry. This business is successfully branding products like Cannuka CBD skin care and medical products derived from hemp and Manuka honey.
Mr. Stockmeister serves as the chairman of Dallas-based Elemetal, a national precious metals conglomerate. He dedicates his private time to proudly serving the state of Ohio as an Ohio Commodore and as a member of various boards related to banking, hospitals, foundations and economic development.
Mr. Stockmeister and his wife, Susan, have six children – Aaron, Cora, Seth, Cameron, Kip and Jo Beth.
Appointed by: Gov. John R. Kasich
Term: 02/03/2017 – 05/13/2025