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Daniel R. Reke

Daniel R. Reke has been the Fiscal Officer and Finance Office Manager of the Dayton Metro Library since September of 2013. Before joining the Library, Dan was the Vice President of Administration and Finance at Edison Community College. At various times during his tenure at the College, he was the Chief Fiscal Officer, Chief Information Officer, and responsible for campus security, facilities, auxiliary services, and institutional research. Dan also served as the Chairman of the Ohio Association of Community Colleges Fiscal Officers Group, served on the Governor's Task Force for Campus Security, and participated in the Ohio Board of Regents' Subsidy Consultations. Prior to his academic experience, Mr. Reke worked in both finance and information technology for a variety of businesses ranging in size from small machining companies to Fortune 500 Companies. Dan received is B.S.B.A. from the University of Dayton and his M.B.A. from Miami University of Ohio. He has been certified as a Management Accountant and Project Management Professional. Dan is married to Marcia Reke, and they have two adult sons. He is a lay preacher and an avid outdoorsman and gardener. Dan is also a member of the Miami County Pheasants Forever Chapter.

 

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Elaine Zimmers Johnson

Elaine Zimmers Johnson is a recent retiree with strong management and communication experience, having served in county and city government for over 30 years, lastly as Director of Real Estate in the county. She is an active community volunteer. In addition to serving as the newest Library Board Trustee, appointed by the Montgomery County Commissioners in April 2014, she also serves on the Miami Valley Fair Housing Board, Vandalia Planning Commission, Vandalia Sister Cities and on several foundation boards, as well as being a member of three monthly book groups. She holds a BA from Denison University and a MPA from Ohio State University. Ms. Johnson was born and raised in Dayton, and has been a library cardholder since the age of six.

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