2011-01-20 / Local & State

Cutchall To Run For Commissioner

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Craig Cutchall Craig Cutchall Fulton County appointed commissioner Craig Cutchall has announced his intention to seek election to the office of Fulton County commissioner on the Republican ticket. He was appointed in October of 2009 by President Judge Douglas Herman to finish the term of Dan Swain. Cutchall is seeking election for the first time.

Cutchall, a native of Fulton County, graduated from Forbes Road High School. He received his B.S. in education at Slippery Rock University. He also attended Shippensburg University and holds a Master’s Equivalency in education. He retired as teacher and basketball coach at Forbes Road School District after 35 years of service.

While serving as commissioner is challenging and quite a learning experience for Cutchall, he feels it has been a wonderful experience. It is a privilege to work with so many dedicated individuals in the Fulton County office and in the private sector. He has enjoyed serving the county as commissioner for the past 15 months and would appreciate the opportunity to continue to serve the people of Fulton County for another four years.

He is a member of Fairview United Methodist Church, where he serves as president of the church trustees, Sunday school teacher and assistant lay leader. He is an active member of the Forbes Road Lions Club.

Cutchall is the son of Audrey Cutchall and the late Carl Cutchall. He and his wife, Barbara, have resided in Harrisonville for 34 years. They have two daughters, Cortney Keebaugh and Corryn Fraker, and two grandchildren, Matthew Fraker and Claira Keebaugh.

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