District News

Board members earn re-election

Posted on: November 13, 2015

Three incumbent Little Miami Board of Education members were recently re-elected to their seats.

Michael Cremeans, Randy Haas and Nancy Journeay were the top three vote-getters in the Nov. 3 general election. All three will be sworn-in during the Board's organizational meeting in January.

Cremeans, currently board vice-president, will now begin his fifth term as a Little Miami board member. He holds an education degree from Marshall University and worked in the steel industry for 35 years. He and his wife Pat have two children who attended Little Miami. He was first elected in 1999.

Haas, who is currently board president, will begin serving his second term on the board. He is a manufacturing manager at Rollers Now, a bearing company for the material handling industry. He and his wife Angie have two children who are graduates of Little Miami.

Journeay will also begin her second term as a board member. She works for the Warren County Educational Service Center and previously worked as a sales assistant and assistant purchasing agent for Merrill Lynch in Manhattan. She has three children who have graduated from Little Miami.

According to unofficial results from the Warren County Board of Elections, Cremeans garnered the most votes in the election with 4,393. Journeay captured 4,303 votes and Haas won 4,128. Challengers Julie Perelman and Erin Wallace received 3,822 and 3,140 votes, respectively.