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County elected officials begin new terms

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Swearing in

Carroll County officials who received their Oath of Office Dec. 31 are shown above with the three judges who took part in the separate swearing in ceremonies.
Standing in front (from left) are Carroll County Clerk of Courts William R. Wohlwend, Sheriff Dale R. Williams, County Commissioner Thomas A. Wheaton, Recorder Patricia J. Oyer, Commissioner Robert Wirkner, Coroner Dr. Mandal B. Haas and Prosecuting Attorney Donald R. Burns Jr.
Standing behind are Probate and Juvenile Division John S. Campbell (left) and Carroll County Municipal Court Judge Gary L. Willen (right), who both took part in the swearing in of Common Pleas Court Judge Dominick E. Olivito Jr. (center).

Eight newly elected and re-elected Carroll County office holders took their oath of office during a swearing-in ceremony Dec. 31, in the Carroll County Common Pleas courtroom.

Taking part in the ceremonies were Carroll County’s three judges, who include Common Pleas Court Judge Dominick Olivito Jr., Common Pleas Judge Probate and Juvenile Division Judge John S. Campbell and Carroll County Municipal Court Judge Gary L. Willen.

County officials receiving Certificates of Office from Clerk of Courts William R. Wohlwend were:

Donald R. Burns Jr., who is beginning his fourth term as Prosecuting Attorney;

Dr. Mandal B. Haas, who is beginning his third term as Coroner;

Robert Wirkner, who is starting his first term (Jan. 2) as Commissioner;

Patricia J. Oyer, who began her seventh term Jan. 7 as Recorder;

Thomas A. Wheaton, who is beginning his third term (Jan. 3) as Commissioner;

Dale R. Williams, who is beginning his third term as Sheriff;

William R. Wohlwend, who is beginning his fourth term as Clerk of Courts;

Dominick E. Olivito Jr., who is beginning his second six-year term as Common Pleas Judge.

Brian J. Wise, who began his first term Jan. 7 as Engineer, was sworn in at a previous private ceremony.

Jeff Yeager, who will begin his third four-year term as Treasurer Sept. 2, 2013, will be sworn in at a later date.


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