Doris I. Herringshaw recently took the oath of office as a Wood County Commissioner for a four year term beginning January 1, 2015. Judge David Woessner presided over the ceremony which was attended by the Herringshaw family.
In January 2013, Doris was appointed to complete the unexpired term of Commissioner Tim W. Brown when he was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives.
Prior to her service as a Wood County Commissioner, Commissioner Herringshaw was employed by Ohio State University Extension as an educator and ended her career as an Area Leader over 10 counties in Ohio.
Doris holds a bachelor’s degree from Kent State University, and two advanced degrees from Bowling Green State University. She has been a resident of Wood County for over 35 years and currently lives with her husband Paul in Liberty Township.