Lake Township Stark County Ohio
Ellis Erb, a lifelong resident of Lake Township, is serving his fourth term in office as a member of the Lake Township Board of Trustees. He brings to this position his experience as a local businessman and building contractor and his fifteen-year service as Road Superintendent for the Village of Hartville. His contributions to the community are many. Ellis was instrumental in the development of the Lake Senior Center and he served as its first president. He served on the facility design team for all five Lake Local schools and he was one of the leaders, who helped with the purchase and layout of Lake High School’s Athletic Complex. He was also active in the Lions Club for a number of years. Ellis is currently a voting member of the Stark County Regional Planning Commission and a member of the Stark County Township Association. He and his wife, Janice, members of Grace Brethren Church, have four children and ten grandchildren.
John L. Arnold, a resident of Lake Township for over 20 years was appointed to fill the unexpired term on the Board of Lake Township Trustees on November 27, 2006 and is serving his fourth term in office. He is the current board president. Mr. Arnold and his family have been members of the local business community since 1963, operating Arnold Funeral Homes. John has been president of the company since 1993. He has volunteered in the community with a variety of organizations that include, Board Member of Lake Township YMCA, past Board Member and current member of Lake Township Chamber of Commerce, Lake Township Rotary Club, Hartville Lions Club, Past Secretary and President of Hartville Volunteer Fire Department and Aultman Hospital Health Care in Your Home and Hospice Advisory Committee. John has four sisters, has been married to his wife Debbie since 1985 and they have two children, John and Rachel.
Galen Stoll, a lifelong resident of Lake Township, is serving his third term in office as a member of the Lake Township Board of Trustees. Prior to his election to office, he served fifteen years as a member of the Lake Township Zoning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals. He and his wife, Dr. June Stoll, an English teacher at Lake High School, have two sons and one daughter. They are members of the Chapel in Marlboro, where Galen served twelve years as a trustee and Chairman of the Building Committee. Galen brings his experience as an independent sales agent in the building industry to the Board. He is currently a voting member of the Stark County Regional Planning Commission and a member of the Stark County Township Association