Joe Beck – Mayor
Joe Beck is a lifelong resident of Stryker. He takes great pride in Stryker and looks forward to making Stryker the best it can be, while maintaining the small town feel that he feels was so important when raising his family. Joe is employed by Sylvania City Schools as the transportation supervisor. He is a 22 year veteran of the Navy Reserves and served two deployments in the Middle East. Joe is also active in his church.
Alan Riegsecker – Village Administrator
Alan has over 20 years of experience in public works. He holds a Class 1 EPA license in both water and wastewater. Alan has owned and operated heavy excavation equipment for over 30 years, and has over 29 years of experience as a basketball referee. Alan is married to Tammy and they have 3 daughters and 1 son.
Beth Rediger – Village Fiscal Officer
Beth Rediger is the Village Fiscal Officer. She has over 16 years experience as a Fiscal Officer. Beth received her certified Municipal Clerk License in December 2006 and Master Municipal Clerk thru Kent State in November 2011. Beth is married to Don Jr. and they have 2 sons, Jared and Jonathan.
Emily Clemens – Deputy Clerk
Emily is a graduate of Stryker High School and graduated with honors from Defiance College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. Past work experience includes the Ohio State, Office of the Auditor for 5 years. Emily is married to Josh and has 2 daughters: Aubrey and McKenzie. She enjoys spending time with her family and helping coach her daughters’ volleyball and basketball teams.
Lee Armstrong – Village Council President
Lee Armstrong lives in Stryker with his wife, Anissa. He works at Archbold Container in Archbold, Ohio. Lee has served on the Village of Stryker Council as President in the past. He also was a firefighter for the Springfield Township/Stryker Village Fire Department.
Dave Benner – Village Council Member
Dave Benner grew up in Bryan, Ohio. He moved to Stryker in 1982 and 3 short years later married LaVon. They have been married for 34 years. Dave and LaVon have two children, Audrey and Isaac. Dave is excited to serve as a Village Councilmember.
Vicki Cameron – Village Council Member
Vicki Cameron was born and raised in Michigan and moved to Stryker in 2006 when she married James Cameron II. Together they have 4 children, Kyle, Kandi, Zachary and Chyanne and 5 grandchildren. She was an EMT in Michigan and went to Spring Arbor University where she majored in History and Science. Vicki is currently a Forensics and Environmental science teacher at Four County Career Center. She enjoys traveling the USA in their camper, gardening, bird watching, kayaking, her boxer and best of all playing with the grandkids.
Kim Feehan – Village Council Member
Kim Feehan has lived in Stryker for over 40 years. She graduated from Stryker High School and furthered her education at Northwest State Community College, where she majored in Health and Human Services. Kim went on to Lourdes University and graduated with a Bachelor Degree in both Psychology and Human Services. Kim continued furthering her education with a Master’s Degree in Human Services. She worked for 10 years as a mental health therapist. Kim has 2 fur kids, Cairo and Cracker. Kim is honored to be able to serve on the Village Council, like her mother did for 16 years.
Sam Farmer – Village Council Member
Councilman Sam Farmer is 42 years old and currently lives in Stryker. He has served on the Williams County Fair Board for 13 years and is currently serving as a Senior Director. Sam is also involved at his church, Life Changing Church in Edgerton as a Youth Director. He has helped with the Wednesday night Move Youth for six years now. Sam is married to Kandice and has two children. He lives by the motto, “Live life, do not let life live you.”
Sean Ingram – Village Council Member
Council member Sean Ingram came to Stryker in 2014 after accepting the call to be the Lead Pastor of the First Baptist Church. He has lived in such diverse places as Denver, CO, Los Angeles, CA, Scranton, PA, and Columbus, OH. He has been married to Kathee since 1990 and they are the parents of three grown children. He is a life-long fan of the Denver Broncos, but also enjoys the Ohio State Buckeyes. He has no political affiliation, preferring to be guided by biblical values that transcend political ideologies. He welcomes questions and input from the community.