Eric Lochtefeld proudly announces his candidacy for Celina City Council.
“Celina is an amazing place to live and work. Our community has so much to be proud of, however, it’s important that we build on that success,” Lochtefeld said. “I feel our city has room for a fresh perspective and a representative for young adults in the area. That’s why I’ve decided to run for Celina City Council.”
Lochtefeld is a Celina High School and Tri Star graduate. He attended the University of Northwestern Ohio, where he received degrees in Computer Networking and Business Administration. In addition to working at the Mercer County District Library as the Information Technology Specialist, he is also a local entrepreneur as the owner of Lochte Technology Ltd, a web design business.
Lochtefeld, a lifelong Celina resident, is active in the community and is currently serving as the president of the Mercer County 4-H Advisory Committee. He also serves on the UNOH Technology Advisory Board.
“Through my work with 4-H, I see how important it is to inspire today’s youth and get them excited about the area,” Lochtefeld said. “It worries me to see our community facing a constant trend of losing young and newly-educated students to areas with higher population density. I’m passionate about maintaining and improving this city for future generations, as well as bringing new and innovative ideas to keep our city technologically current.”
Learn more about Eric Lochtefeld and his campaign by visiting http://Lochtefeld.Us.