Meet the smiling faces and people that make up the PCCOA and Senior Center.
(937) 456-4947 or 1 (800) 238-5146 ext. 210
(937) 456-4947 or 1 (800) 238-5146 ext. 209
Sr Center Services Mgr
(937) 456-4947 or 1 (800) 238-5146 ext. 215
(937) 456-4947 or 1 (800) 238-5146 ext. 217
In-Home Services Super
(937) 456-4947 or 1 (800) 238-5146 ext. 211
(937) 456-4947 or 1 (800) 238-5146 ext. 207
(937) 456-4947 or 1 (800) 238-5146 ext. 206
(937) 456-4947 or 1 (800) 238-5146 ext. 212
(937) 456-4947 or 1 (800) 238-5146 ext. 203
Scheduling & Dispatch
(937) 456-4947 or 1 (800) 238-5146 ext. 202
(937) 456-4947 or 1 (800) 238-5146 ext. 213
Board of Directors
Sheriff Simpson began his career with the Sheriff’s Office as a Corrections Officer/Dispatcher in July, 1988. He served in that capacity until December 1990 when he was promoted to Deputy Sheriff assigned to road patrol. In January 1998, he was promoted to the rank of Captain by Sheriff Hayes, serving as a road patrol supervisor. On July 5, 2003, he was promoted to the rank of Chief Deputy, serving as second in command under Sheriff Hayes.
On December 3, 2003, he was appointed Sheriff of Preble County after the unexpected death of Sheriff Thomas Hayes. Sheriff Simpson was elected to his first full term as Sheriff in November, 2004. Sheriff Simpson is currently in his 29th year of service with this office.
A 1958 graduate from Ohio State University. He was in the feed and grain business for 8 years then sold his shares, which made him available to go into the Peace Corp for 27 months. Once he returned home he started working with a Security Brokerage Firm, and stayed in the industry for 35 years. He had a short tenure as PCCOA President in 2005, then returned to the board again in 2015. ‘I feel we are an organization who’s time has come and will continue to grow for many more years. I am happy and proud to assist in the growth of PCCOA for many years to come.’
Becky is the Director of the Preble County Job & Family Services where she has been employed since 1989. She has served in many roles during her employment including working in social services, certifying child care homes, determining eligibility for supportive services, child protective services case worker, supervisor of the work activity programs and agency director. Becky believes in helping others reach self-sufficiency and to live their very best lives.
December is a lifetime Preble County resident and became interested in being on the Council of Aging Board after her mother lost her battle with Alzheimer’s. December was able to use a variety of senior center services for both her parents, including respite care, Home Delivered Meals, and information about Alzheimer’s. In addition to being the Treasurer on the PCCOA Board, she also serves as Treasurer on the PC Historical Society Board.