Amanda Perkowski
Fiscal Officer

Amanda Perkowski is the Fiscal Officer for the Refugee-Canyon Joint Fire District. In 2008, she received a BA degree from Muskingum College with a focus in Business and Economics. Amanda has eight years of governmental accounting experience having worked for both the City of Columbus and Licking County. Her personal enjoyment comes from spending time with family and kids and outdoor/sporting activities such as hiking, camping, kayaking, and fishing.

Dr. Tony Forshey

Dr. Forshey has served as the State of Ohio Veterinarian since 2006, was the Assistant State Veterinarian in 2005-2006; he served as the Interim Director of the Ohio Department of Agriculture in 2011-2012.  He has a Doctor of Vet Med degree from The Ohio State University and a BS in Animal Sciences from The Ohio State University as well.  He and his wife live in Hebron, OH.

Rich Moore

Graduated from Lakewood High School in 1965; has been married to his lovely wife Sandy for 50 years.  Together, they have two adult children, a son Kevin and daughter Angela; five grandchildren.  Joined Hebron Volunteer Fire Department in 1969, served as a volunteer firefighter/EMT and as the volunteer fire chief for four years.  First elected to serve Hebron as a council member, serving six years in the 1990’s and recently re-elected in 2019.  Mr. Moore worked for thirty-years as a Production Supervisor at Newark Holophane, retiring in 2010.  He enjoys golfing, and is an active member of the Harbor Hills Golf Course.  Mr. Moore was unanimously appointed by Hebron Village Council to serve as the village elected official representative to the Refugee-Canyon Joint Fire District Board of Trustees.

Charlie Prince

Charles Prince and his family moved to Union Township in 1997 after starting the Buckeye Lake Beacon. Prince was elected a township trustee in 2013 and has served as president since 2015.

Prince earned a BA (Political Science/Economics) from Earlham College. He started his career in the Buying Department at Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati.  Prince was one of three P&G’s energy buyers during the first energy crisis, responsible for keeping 40+ plants nationwide operating. Later, he and his wife operated a startup coal sales agency for 20 years.  More recently, Prince partnered with an Amish dairy farmer to start a small dairy processing plant to produce high quality local milk.  He and his wife have sold local milk at the Granville Farmers’ Market for seven years. Prince and his wife, Mary, live on Hayes Road.  They have two adult daughters. 

Randy Weekly

Mr. Weekly is a Lakewood High School graduate, and served as a volunteer firefighter/EMT with Hebron Fire Department beginning in early-to-mid 1970’s. He was hired as a firefighter/EMT with West Licking Joint Fire District; then returned to Hebron to serve as the first ever full-time firefighter in 1982.  He completed his paramedic training and was promoted to full-time fire chief in early 1990.  Chief Weekly retired in 2014.  He successfully campaigned and was elected a Union Township Trustee in 2017; his term began in 2018 and he was recently unanimously appointed by his fellow trustees to serve on the Refugee-Canyon Joint Fire District Board of Trustees.

Randy Wolf

Highly talented and accomplished Project Management professional with 27 years progressive experience in planning and program management. Mr. Wolf retired in 2014 after an 18 year career with Boeing; he also worked at the former Newark Air Force Base for 12 years following a two-year career as a firefighter/paramedic.  He earned an AAS from COTC, a BBA from Mount Vernon Nazarene University and his MBA from Ashland University.  He is married to his wife Penny; they have two adult children, two daughters, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.


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