District 38 – Bill Roemer

Photo Coming SoonCommunity leader Bill Roemer has consistently worked to help others and make our community a better place to call home. During his tenure as a member of Summit County Council, Roemer put his business acumen and financial experience as a Certified Public Accountant to work for us, helping balance the budget and working to keep taxes low by voting against a sales tax increase.

Roemer also led the effort to end gerrymandering in Summit County. As a result of his hard work, Summit County now has a nonpartisan redistricting commission, removing power from politicians.

A former educator and longtime supporter of our schools, Roemer currently serves as Vice President of the Summit Educational Service Center Board of Governors, which helps provide important educational services to children throughout the community. For the last 16 years, Roemer has worked as a substitute teacher in the Revere School District, teaching students in upper level math and tutoring children as well.

Roemer is a retired AT&T sales director and a Certified Public Accountant, who previously worked in regulatory accounting. He understands firsthand the impact government decisions in Washington and Columbus can have on jobs in our community.

Long active in our community, Roemer volunteered as president, treasurer and commissioner of Revere Baseball over the last 27 years. As manager of the high school travel program, his teams have four championships in the last ten years. Additionally, Bill served on the executive committee of the Cuyahoga Valley Regional Council of Governments and the Akron General Hospital Member Advisory Committee

Roemer has a Bachelor of Science Degree in accounting from Case Western Reserve University, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. He also earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the Weatherhead School of Management of Case Western Reserve University. He is a former instructor of finance at Myers University.

Roemer’s family has owned a farm in Summit County for over 80 years and he continues to protect the ecologically sensitive land as a member of the Summit County Farm Bureau.