Chuck Heis was elected in 2015 as a Trustee after serving almost eight years as the Township Fiscal Officer. Chuck was first elected as the Township Fiscal Officer in 2008 and was re-elected in 2012. As Fiscal Officer, Chuck was responsible to strictly comply with the legal requirements set forth for the Fiscal Officer’s duties, to establish and practice rules for efficient management of the Township Fiscal Officer’s office, and to follow good accounting practices in maintaining records and accounts. As Trustee, he is overseeing the Fire Department and serving as Vice President of Westjad Advisory Board.
Chuck and his wife, Nancy, have a daughter,
Jessica, who is a student at Miami University.
Their son, Adam, was loved but lived a short three
months. Their family experienced tragedy with
the loss of their oldest daughter, Allison, in a car accident in
February, 2012. Following this tragedy,
Allison was able to save five individuals through organ
donations. She was a special person and is
greatly missed. Chuck is a retired CPA with a BBA and MBA
from the University of Cincinnati. He has worked over 40 years as a city Income Tax Auditor, Bank Controller and Internal Bank Auditor among other positions .
He was active in the local chapter of CPA’s and is still serving on the Miami University’s Business Technology Council (over 35 years). Chuck served on his church board in many capacities including President and Treasurer. He volunteers at Crosby Day at Stricker’s Grove and other community events. He is the Treasurer of the Crosby Township Historical Society.
Robert Bibbo was born, raised and lived most of his adult life in neighboring Green Township where he attended Our Lady of Lourdes grade school, graduated from Oak Hills High School in 1977 and spent his teaching career at Oak Hills High School. Bob and his wife, Amy Searcy lived in Sayler Park for 8 years where Bob served as President of Sayler Park Village Council and volunteered with the Cincinnati Police Department as a “Citizen On Patrol.” When Bob and Amy decided to move to the community where Amy was raised they moved to their home on Mt. Hope Rd. and Bob became Crosby Twp. Fiscal Officer to serve his new community as he had served his former community.
Bob attended the University of Cincinnati where he played varsity baseball for 4 years and was selected co-captain his senior year. He received his undergraduate degree at U.C. and his Master’s Degree from Xavier University. Bob was an English teacher. During his teaching career at Oak Hills Bob coached basketball, football, fast-pitch softball, baseball and golf. Bob built the girls’ golf team from scratch at Oak Hills in 1999 and coached that team for 8 years. Bob and Amy spend much of their free time at Miami Whitewater Park biking, hiking and golfing. They also enjoy their 5 grandchildren and 3 dogs! Bob’s wife Amy Searcy is a Hamilton County park volunteer and a Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas judge. Currently Bob is building his third “little library” and this one will be located outside their home on Mt. Hope Road.
COMMUNITY COORDINATOR BRENDA JACKSON: [EMAIL: email@example.com]
Brenda Jackson became the Community Coordinator in the fall of 2014. She has lived in Crosby Township for nearly 40 years. Her life’s experiences as a former Southwest Jr. High teacher, Youth Director at College Hill Presbyterian Church, and mission trip ministry coordinator for various churches brings fresh ideas to the township. She hopes to make a positive impact on the community!
Brenda is eager to lead the township events throughout the year with an openness to listen to new ideas and build on the tradition that makes Crosby unique. She is looking forward to the various activities that are in place like Crosby Day at Stricker’s Grove, annual Memorial Day Parade, Reindeer Romp and more. You can reach her at 513-738-1440 to volunteer to be part of the team that makes Crosby township great!
She is married to Jim. They have two adult children, Mark and Kelly Jackson and their families. Brenda has been a life-long volunteer in her community, church, and various projects to simply, “make life better!”
Jason has been in the fire service since 1994. He grew up on the east side of Hamilton County in Anderson Township. During the mid-90’s, he worked with both Green Twp. & Colerain Twp. Fire Departments. Jason is continuing his part-time position at the Colerain Fire Department. In addition, he was a full-time Fire Captain with the Fernald Fire Department from 1999 – 2004. Jason joined Crosby Township In 2005. During his tenure at Crosby Township, Jason has successfully advanced through the promotional ranks from Firefighter to Chief. Jason is also an active member of the Hamilton County Fire Investigation Team and the Greater Cincinnati Region National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. He looks forward to utilizing his training and experience to continue building and maintaining a proactive fire department that serves the residents and visitors of the Crosby Township community.
Jason is married to Cheryl and has three children. He enjoys golf and baseball.