Village Council

The Edgerton Village Council is the legislative branch of village government.  The Council meets regularly on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7:00pm in the Village Council chambers located at 324 N Michigan Ave, Edgerton, Ohio.

The Village Council consists of six members elected at-large on an alternating two-year basis.  The Council has six designated committees: Finance, Public safety, Rules, Public Service, Wage and Compensation, and the Maple Grove Cemetery Board.

Persons desiring to be on the agenda may do so by contacting the Mayor or Village Fiscal Officer at (419) 298-2722.  This request must be made by the Wednesday preceding the desired meeting

Jason Gruver

Jason Gruver

Council

I am a lifelong resident of the village of Edgerton and I have had the privilege of raising my family here. I have volunteered in our community for many years from coaching our youth in various sports, leadership in the scouting program to volunteering on our tree commission. I have also volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician with Williams County EMS having 20 years of service. I served about half of that time as District Chief of Medic One in Edgerton.

It is truly an honor to represent and serve our citizens on our Village Council.

Chuck Wallace

Chuck Wallace

Council

I am currently serving my 5th term on Council.  I have been a Firefighter for 20 years.  I am Edgerton Recreation Program’s President having 20 years of service.  I have been employed by Best One Tire of Bryan for 32 years.  I am a life long resident of Edgerton with my fiance’ Melissa Stark and daughters Olivia Wallace and Taylor Stark.

Leslie VanAusdale

Leslie VanAusdale

Council

I’ve had the privilege of being raised in the community of Edgerton as well as raising my two children here.  I am a 1986 graduate of Edgerton High School.  I continued my studies at the University of Toledo where I earned my Associates Degree of Criminal Justice. I am married to John VanAusdale and for the past 30 years I have been a public servant working in several roles at the Correction Center of Northwest Ohio.

Pam Wampler

Pam Wampler

Council

I moved to Edgerton with my family in 1982 and have raised 5 children. I was employed at Air-Way Manufacturing for 9 years and Dekalb Hospital for 14 years. I owned and ran The Video Shop for 18 years here in Edgerton. I am currently employed by Life Changing Church where I am a member and have been active with the Edgerton Summer Recreation program for 6 years.

Sharon Blinzler

Sharon Blinzler

Council

I became a resident of Edgerton as a freshman in high school and have been here ever since. My husband, Dick and I are parents to 7. We also spent a number of years as foster parents. I served as coach for a variety of sports for 10 years.  I have volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician with Williams County EMS for 20 years. I was employed by the United States Postal Service for 32 years with 26 years as the Postmaster in Edgerton and am now retired. I am an active member of Bryan First Church of Christ.

I am proud to be from Edgerton and honored to serve on the Village Council.

Tom Karnes

Tom Karnes

Council Pro Tempore

I am a lifetime resident of Edgerton where I raised 3 boys (Joshua, Jordan, and Jami) with my wife Teresa.  I served on the Edgerton Fire Department for 25 years, coached at Edgerton School District for 20 years, and am an active member of Life Changing Church. I am currently employed at Bryan City Schools as the district IT Director.