Elected Officials

Jason Gabbard - Trustee

Jason Gabbard
Vice President, Board of Trustees

Jason is a fifth-generation township resident.  He and his wife Traci, both Springboro graduates, live on the family farm with daughters Lydia and Charlotte.  

His focus is to continue to make the Township one of the greatest places to live in the Midwest.

E-Mail: Jason Gabbard

Steve Muterspaw - Trustee

Steve Muterspaw

A former teacher and business owner, Mr. Muterspaw was elected to a third term in 2021, effective 1/1/2022 - 12/31/2025.

He is an eighth-generation Warren County resident.  Mr. Muterspaw and his wife Susan, live on their family farm which is a favorite destination of their beloved grandchildren.

Mr. Muterspaw is proud to serve his community on the Board of Trustees and is the outreach director for Trinity Debt Management, a Cincinnati-based non-profit. In addition, he and his wife, Susan, find great satisfaction in being an active part of their church.

E-Mail: Steve Muterspaw

Ed Wade - Trustee

Ed Wade
President, Board of Trustees

Consecutively serving as a Clearcreek Township Trustee since January 1978, Mr. Wade was the founding president of the Springboro Chamber of Commerce in 1976 and continues to serve as an honorary board member. Additionally, Mr. Wade served on the Warren County Regional Planning Commission and chaired the organization for many years.

He is a graduate of Springboro High School and a lifelong resident of Clearcreek Township.

Mr. Wade is a local small business owner, an active supporter of numerous Springboro sports programs, and an involved supporter of 4H throughout Warren County.

E-Mail: Ed Wade

Russ Carolus - Fiscal Officer

Russ Carolus
Fiscal Officer

Russell Carolus was appointed Fiscal Officer in July 2018, and elected in 2019.  Russ retired from the City of Middletown as Finance Director in 2013. He is happy to serve the community he lives in, and looks forward to continuing that service to help Clearcreek Township remain a great place to live.

Russ enjoys playing with his grandchildren, and can be seen hiking around Patricia Allyn park. He has hiked across the State of Ohio on the Ohio to Erie Trail and has hiked nearly 800 miles along the Buckeye Trail.  He is almost half way done with walking the Appalachian Trail.

E-Mail:  Russ Carolus