Knox County Commissioners

Teresa Bemiller

Teresa Bemiller was elected to the Board of Commissioners in November 2008, after twenty-six years of elected and appointed government service. She is completing her third four-year term. 

Her public service career began in 1979 at the Knox County Clerk of Courts Office. Appointed Clerk in 1983, she went on to be elected to three four-year terms. She left the Clerk’s office to work as the Customer Services Manager at the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office. In 2000 she became the Director of Knox Metropolitan Housing Authority, a political subdivision of the State of Ohio. During her public service tenure, she has been active in many local and state boards and committees. 

Teresa is a lifetime resident of Knox County, the daughter of Russ and Naomi (Summers) Miller, and a graduate of Fredericktown High School. During her career she has taken numerous continuing education courses. Teresa and her husband Greg reside west of Mount Vernon in Clinton Township. They have one daughter Heather, and two grandchildren, Isabella and Gavin.

Teresa currently represents Knox County on the Area Development Board of Directors, Emergency Food and Shelter Board, Family and Children First Council, DKMM Solid Waste District Executive and Budget Committees, Chair, Knox County Land Bank, Kokosing Scenic River Advisory Council, 911 Advisory Council, Knox Substance Abuse Action Team (KSAAT) Community Committee, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) member and Central Ohio Regional Planning Organization member.

She also serves on the Board of Directors for CES Credit Union, and is a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Knox County Clerks and Trustees Association, and Knox County Farm Bureau. Commissioner Bemiller appreciates the confidence placed in her by the voters. She is committed to being fiscally responsible, and in protecting and enhancing the quality of life we enjoy in Knox County.

Teresa Bemiller was elected to the Board of Commissioners in November 2008, after twenty-six years of elected and appointed government service. She is completing her third four-year term. 

Her public service career began in 1979 at the Knox County Clerk of Courts Office. Appointed Clerk in 1983, she went on to be elected to three four-year terms. She left the Clerk’s office to work as the Customer Services Manager at the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office. 

In 2000 she became the Director of Knox Metropolitan Housing Authority, a political subdivision of the State of Ohio. During her public service tenure, she has been active in many local and state boards and committees. 

Teresa is a lifetime resident of Knox County, the daughter of Russ and Naomi (Summers) Miller, and a graduate of Fredericktown High School. During her career she has taken numerous continuing education courses. Teresa and her husband Greg reside west of Mount Vernon in Clinton Township. They have one daughter Heather, and two grandchildren, Isabella and Gavin. Teresa currently represents Knox County on the Area Development Board of Directors, Emergency Food and Shelter Board, Family and Children First Council, DKMM Solid Waste District Executive and Budget Committees, Chair, Knox County Land Bank, Kokosing Scenic River Advisory Council, 911 Advisory Council, Knox Substance Abuse Action Team (KSAAT) Community Committee, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) member and Central Ohio Regional Planning Organization member.
She also serves on the Board of Directors for CES Credit Union, and is a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Knox County Clerks and Trustees Association, and Knox County Farm Bureau. Commissioner Bemiller appreciates the confidence placed in her by the voters. She is committed to being fiscally responsible, and in protecting and enhancing the quality of life we enjoy in Knox County.

Knox County Commissioners

County Administrator

Jason E. Booth

Fiscal Coordinator

Robin Santo

Clerk/Administrative Assistant

Penny Doyle

County Administrator
Jason E. Booth

Fiscal Coordinator
Robin Santo

Clerk/Administrative Assistant
Penny Doyle