Mayor Bob Stone

Beavercreek, Ohio

Population: 46,549

Mayor Stone was born in 1949 and has been a Beavercreek resident since 1953, graduating from Beavercreek High School in 1967. Bob was inducted into the BHS Alumni Hall of Fame in 2005.

Mayor Stone attended Wright State University in the late 60’s, then served in Vietnam for 18 months. During his military service, Bob received numerous awards including the Bronze Star Medal for “Meritorious Achievement in Ground Operations Against Hostile Forces”.

Discharged in 1972, he went to work for the Montgomery County Health Department while resuming classes at Wright State. Bob subsequently became certified as State Registered Sanitarian.

In August of 1979, Bob started his own business which has been in operation for 40 years.  During these years Bob made it a practice to give back to the community. These activities have included: Board of Directors for the Epilepsy Foundation, Board of Directors for the Beavercreek Enrichment Association (Senior Center), Beavercreek Veteran’s Memorial Committee, Board of Directors for the Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce, Ethics Board for the Greene County Bar Association, Board of Zoning Appeals, Beavercreek Planning Commission, Beavercreek City Council, and Beavercreek Township Trustee.  Currently serving as Mayor of our wonderful city.

Some of Mayor Stone’s most memorable accomplishments include coordinating the donation and development of the Charles and Anna May Lofino Enrichment (Senior) Center, work on the Beavercreek Veteran’s Memorial, efforts supporting the Greene Town Center, the realization of the much needed Fairfield Road Interchange, the new City maintenance facility in Alpha, the Charter change to allow for the direct election of our Mayor and the push to establish economic tools that can be used to prevent deterioration of older neighborhoods through redevelopment incentives..

Bob and his wife Margaret (married 47 years) reside and serve in Beavercreek. They have one Son.