Atty. Bryan Conaway
Attorney practicing primarily in Estate Planning and Real Estate in office of Knowlton, Bennett & Conaway; Bennett Title Agency, Inc., Board Member of the Community
Industrial Association, Board Member of the Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center, Rotary Club of Cambridge, Member of the Guernsey County Bar Association, District Governor for the Ohio State Bar Association.
Executive Director Cardinal Place Assisted Living, Board Member Hospice of Guernsey, American Red Cross, Mid East LPN Advisory Board, SEORMC Ethics Committee, President Evergreen Village, Rotary Club of Cambridge, Ohio Healthcare Association, Zane State Information Technology Board.
Nurse, Retired after 35 years working in cancer services, palliative care, and hospice. In first training for Hospice of Guernsey in 1984 and became first nurse hired in 1985 after 14 months of volunteering as they completed accreditation. Active in Columbus Chapter of the Oncology Nursing Society, volunteer for American Red Cross as Blood Donor Ambassador and Virtual Volunteer Screener.
Semi-retired from WB Green & Co. in 2021 as health, life, and benefits agent. Over 21 years on Hospice of Guernsey board. 29 year member of Cambridge Kiwanis Club.
Owner/Operator Mosser Glass
Chief Clinical Officer of Muskingum Valley Health Center. Served from 1993-1997 in United States Navy as Hospital Corpsman. Obtained nursing degree in 2001 and worked in Critical Care Unit at Good Samaritan Hospital in Zanesville as a staff nurse. Became Director of Critical Care Services at Southeastern Med in 2009. Joined Muskingum Valley Health Center team in May of 2014.
Graduate of Good Samaritan School of Nursing. After 50 years working various positions retired from Barnesville Hospital in 2019 as UR Coordinator and Care Manager.
1996 graduate of Caldwell High School. 1998 graduate of Washington State Community College in Marietta, 1999 graduate of Pittsburg Institute of Mortuary Science. 2000 graduate of Point Park College in Pittsburg. Licensed Funeral Director, Embalmer and Life Insurance Agent which allows him to assist families with preplanned funerals. Served on Noble County Board of Developmental Disabilities for over 12 years. Teacher of several distance education courses of the Pittsburg Institute of Mortuary Science.
Former Director of Cancer Services & Sleep Lab at Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center
Director of Communications for the BHN Alliance (Belmont-Harrison-Noble County Boards of Developmental Disabilities), Morristown Village Council Member, Vice-President of Morristown Preservation Assoication. Served on Hospice of Guernsey Board since 2018.
Retired from a 39 year career in nursing, 33 of which were at Southeastern Med. Also serves on the Guernsey County Children’s Services Board
Retired from The Daily Jeffersonian as editor, reporter, photographer after 43 years, realtor affiliated with Carol Goff & Associates, served as substitute teacher for Cambridge City School District, Volunteer and Board Member for Hospice of Guernsey, mulit/county Mental Health and Recovery Services Board, Citizens Advisory Council of the Cambridge Developmental Center, Development Advisory Committee of the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District, Big Brothers/Big Sisters Board, local American Heart Association board, Cambridge Area Beautification Council, Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce board, Leadership Guernsey establishment committee, Guernsey Alcohol Program board, Visitors and Convention Bureau marketing committee, Cambridge Board of Education student representative selection committee and Ohio Arts & Crafts Foundation board
Dr. Michael Sarap
General Surgeon practicing in Cambridge, OH. Attended University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and his surgical training at Marshall University College of Medicine. Senior partner in three-person private practice surgical group providing general, vascular, trauma and endoscopic surgical services for patients in Southeastern Ohio. Serves as Commission on Cancer Co-Chair for Ohio and Chair of the American College of Surgeons Advisory Council on Rural Surgery, Chairman of the Department of Surgery and Cancer Committees and Cancer Liaison Physician at his medical center, leads the Tina Kiser Cancer Concern Coalition, volunteer Clinical Instructor in the Department of Surgery at the Wright State University Boonshoft College of Medicine.
Retired teacher-Caldwell School, local business owner