||Peggy A. Carlo, Commissioner
Peggy Carlo was appointed to the Ashtabula County Board of Commissioners on April 11, 2008, and has been elected to office in 2008. She currently serves as President of the Board.
Previously, Mrs. Carlo served on the Saybrook Township Board of Trustees for 16 years. She was a member and past president of the Ashtabula County Township Trustee & Clerks Association, and also represented Saybrook on the Ashtabula Advisory Water Board. In her capacity as a member of the township association, Mrs. Carlo served on the Ashtabula County 911 Review Board for more than 10 years. Since becoming a County Commissioner, she has been chosen to continue on that board, representing her fellow Commissioners. She has also been appointed to represent the Board on the following: Eastgate Regional Council of Governments; Growth Partnership Executive Board; Family & Children First Council; County Terrorism Advisory Team (CTAT); Children Services Board; Safety Committee; Solid Waste Policy Advisory Committee; Investment Committee Chair; and the Emergency Food & Shelter National Board (United Way).
Mrs. Carlo worked for the Ashtabula County Medical Center for more than 25 years prior to her retirement. She held the position of director of material management, and was responsible for the hospital’s purchasing, receiving, inventory management and supply distributions departments.
A Chardon High School graduate, Mrs. Carlo attended Dyke Business School and the Ashtabula campus of Kent State University. She is also a graduate of LEADERship Ashtabula County. Other community membership activities include: Ashtabula County Hospice Advisory Board; Elks Lodge #208; and St. Joseph Church Parish, (Mission) Ashtabula, where she is in the MDM Society and a board member of the St. Vincent DePaul Society.
Mrs. Carlo moved to Ashtabula County from Geauga County two years after she married her husband, Rick. The couple lives in Saybrook Township. They have four grown children: Jenine, a registered nurse at the Ashtabula County Medical Center; Michael, who works for Goodrich Aerospace Division, in Louisville, KY; Rick, who is in construction; and Dave, who works for Avery Dennison, Fairport.
In her spare time, Mrs. Carlo enjoys spending time with her family, and loves to cook when she has time. She also enjoys helping out with church fundraisers.