Corporate and Community Members

AMIG (American Modern Insurance Group)

American Modern Insurance Group Logo

Member – Buffy Clements, Sr. Specialist – Litigation

Corporate office | 7000 Midland Blvd. | Amelia, OH 45102 | webinfo@amig.com
Mailing address | PO Box 5323 | Cincinnati, OH 45201-5323

These values are regularly emphasized by corporate leadership, beginning with the new hire orientation and extending into meetings where decisions are weighed against the values to help determine a course of action. Our Code of Conduct and Ethics is at the cornerstone of these values. These values also apply to our agents and agent partners that abide by a Producer Code of Conduct.

  • We act with integrity.
  • We deliver through teamwork.
  • We strive for personal growth.
  • We are committed to superior performance.
  • We are accountable for our actions and results.
  • We leverage our interdependence.

Community Savings Bank – Bethel

Member: John Essen, President/CEO

503 W. Plane Street Bethel, OH 45106; www.bankwith-csb.com

For 133 years, we’ve put our community first. Because the company is owned by our depositors and not stockholders, our attention is focused on community development and customer relationships. Our hometown banking philosophy allows us to create value for the community. We look forward to helping you with your financial needs and to be involved as your financial partner.


Clermont County Public Library

Clermont County Public Library

Member: Amy Matheney

108 S. Third Street, Batavia, 45103; 513-732-2128; https://clermontlibrary.org/batavia/

Clermont County Public Library began library service in 1955, with a bookmobile and a small office as its first facilities. Since then, the library system has expanded to 10 locations, achieving a goal of the Library Board to have a library within fifteen minutes driving time of all Clermont County residents.

The library is governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees appointed by the Clermont County Commissioners and the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas. The board, in turn, hires the library director who implements policies and oversees operations.

Clermont County Public Library receives its revenue from several sources. The state legislature provides the majority of the funding from its biennial budget, while additional money comes from local property taxes. CCPL passed a $.9 Mil operating levy in 2008. Library fines and fees provide the last, and smallest, portion.


Clermont County Parks Department

Member: Josh Torbeck, Executive Director and Niki Marengo, Community Engagement Manager

2156 US Highway 50, Batavia, OH 45103; 513-732-2977; https://clermontparks.org/

The Clermont County Park District was formed in 1970 as a separate political subdivision of the State of Ohio. The county probate judge appoints a three-member volunteer board of commissioners who serve three-year terms without pay.

Mission Statement
To acquire, plan, develop, program and maintain park property in the county for residents and nonresidents alike. To secure the preservation of open space and places of scenic or historic value.


Child Focus

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Member: Beth McManus

4629 Aicholtz Road, Cincinnati, OH 45244; https://www.child-focus.org

Child Focus incorporated in 1977 under the direction of Jim Carter, Founder and CEO, and a dynamic volunteer Board of Directors who aggressively sought quality services for the children and families of Clermont County. Child Focus was awarded Federal Head Start preschool funding and expanded our children’s mental health services in 1982.

The mission of Child Focus is to join with communities in improving the quality of life for children, families and adults. Child Focus is a leader in the industries of early childhood and behavioral health by creating responsive and innovative programs in collaboration with individuals, families, community agencies and institutions. Our early care and education, prevention and treatment programs improve coping mechanisms, provide support, promote school readiness and success and encourage growth and self-sufficiency for the children, families and adults in our community.


Huhtamaki

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Members: Ron Cameron, Matthew Rains, Melinda Stahl

1985 James Sauls Sr. Dr., Batavia OH 45013; 513-201-1525;

https://www.huhtamaki.com/en-us/north-america/about-us/locations/batavia-oh/

Our Batavia, OH facility is nearly 1 million square feet and manufactures cold cups, single and double wall hot cups, and plastic lids. The facility also produces food containers and pressed plates. The Batavia facility also serves as our largest distribution center.


Merchants National Bank

Member: Carrie Shelton, Branch Manager

2033 Hospital Drive, Batavia, OH 45103; 513-735-1000; merchantsnat.com


Salvation Army

Salvation Army Batavia Corps

Member: Captain Bryan Bender

87N. Market Street, Batavia, OH 45103; 513-732-6241

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities

Members: Dan Ottke, Amber Ramsey, Angie Stanton, and Lisa Davis

2040 US Highway 50, Batavia, OH 45103; 513-732-4921

The mission of the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities is to help those we serve expand capabilities and navigate the possibilities. We envision a culture comprised of inclusive communities where people with disabilities thrive and live a life on their own terms. Clermont DD has been building skills/empowering people for 55 years.

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