Monday, February 10 2014 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
The Logan County Republicans will be meeting at the Harold Kerr Post #173 American Legion at 120 Colton Avenue in Bellefontaine on Monday, February 10 at noon.
Our speaker will be Robert Cole Sprague , Representative from the 83 rd District of the Ohio House of Representatives. The 83rd District, consists of Hancock and Hardin counties, as well as the Townships of Bokescreek, Rushcreek and Richland of Logan County.
Robert Cole Sprague is serving his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives, following his appointment in February 2011.With Robert Cole Sprague's appointment in February 2011 to the 76th District Ohio House of Representatives seat, he resumes his family's history of public service. The 76th House District includes Hancock and Hardin counties, and parts of Auglaize County.
A native of Findlay, Sprague comes to the Ohio House having most recently served as City Auditor for the City of Findlay. As City Auditor, Sprague proved himself a leader on several fronts, including working tirelessly during and in the aftermath of the worst flood to hit the City of Findlay since 1913. Sprague also was the lead financial officer who guided the City of Findlay through its budget crisis of 2008-2009. Prior to his service as City Auditor, Sprague served as treasurer for the City of Findlay.
In addition to his public service record, Sprague also has private sector experience. After earning a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering in 1996 from Duke University, Durham, N.C., Sprague joined the consulting firm of Ernst & Young where he worked as a team member before becoming a project lead on a number of high profile engagements with Fortune 500 companies. In 1999, Sprague founded his own consulting firm in Atlanta which he ran for a few years before returning to school to earn a master's degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He graduated 7th in his class. Following graduation, Sprague returned to his hometown of Findlay with a desire to pursue public service.
Sprague and his wife, Amanda, reside in Findlay, with their five children: Cole, Davis, Graham, Tate, and Mary Hannah.