Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

​​​​​​John Hinderer - ChairJohn Hinderer - Chair
​Mr. Hinderer is the owner of John Hinderer Honda and John Hinderer Honda Power Store located in Heath, Ohio.  Born in Marysville, Ohio, Mr. Hinderer graduated from Columbus West High School and received his B.S. B.A. deg​re​e from The Ohio State University. Re​a​d More About John Hinderer
Rob Montagnese - Vice ChairRob Montagnese - Vice Chair
Mr. Montagnese is the President & CEO of Licking Memorial Health Systems.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting from Wittenberg University and a Master of Healthcare Administration from The Ohio State University.  Additionally, he is a certified public accountant and a member of the Ohio Society of CPA’s and the Healthcare Financial Management Association. ​​Read More About Rob Montagnese
​​Steven CohenSteven Cohen ​
Steven Cohen ​is president of Screen Machine Industries located in Etna, Ohio. He is responsible for overall operations of a business that designs and manufactures large, track mounted, remote controlled portable screening and crushing equipment for the mining and construction industries. His company sells equipment worldwide and is a past recipient of the Export Achievement Award presented by the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the Governors’ Excellence in Exporting Award from the State of Ohio. Read More Steven Cohen​​
Barry Riley Barry Riley
A resident of Newark since 1958, Mr. Riley has a long record of community and public service with an emphasis on education. Involved as a member of the COTC Board of Trustees since 1991, Mr. Riley has been active in a variety of community organizations including the Newark Chamber of Commerce, ​Newark Rotary Club, Private Industry Council of Central Ohio and the Licking County Personnel Management Council. Read More About Barry Riley 
Cheryl L. Snyder​Cheryl L. Snyder​
Cheryl L. Snyder is the Head of Retail Banking at The Park National Bank, the lead bank in a $6 billion bank-holding company headquartered ​in Newark, Ohio. Ms. Snyder has direct responsibility for Park’s consumer loan portfolios including indirect automobile financing and residential home lending. Her responsibilities also include Branch Administration, Retail Deposit Delivery, Freedom Years, Park Title Agency and the Fair and Responsible Program. Read More Cheryl Snyder
Marion Mulligan Sutton​Marion Mulligan Sutton
Marion Mulligan Sutton was elected in 2001 to serve as Chairperson for Jones Metal Products Company in West Lafayette.  Prior to this, she served as Vice Chair from 1993 – 2000, with oversight for the Jones Zylon Company, a division of​ Jones ​Metal Products. ​​She has been a member of the Board of Directors since 1981. Marion is the third chairperson of the company, following her father, Edwin F. Mulligan, and her grandfather, Frank E. Jones. Read​ ​More About Marion Mulligan Sutton
Sarah WallacePaul M. Thompson​
Mr. Thompson is President and CEO of First Federal Savings in Newark. He is responsible for the overall management of the company and the establishment of objectives, policies and strategic plans. He provides leadership and direction to all departments. Paul has 30 years of banking experience.  He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business (Finance) from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.​​ Read More About Paul M. Thompson
Gordon_Yance_TMB.jpg Gordon "Gordy"​ Yance

A resident of Mount Vernon, Mr. Yance retired in 2011 after working thirty-three years for First-Knox National Bank.  He was the CFO from 1978 – 2002 and served as President from 2002 – 2011.  After his retirement, he served as Chairman of the Board. ​Read More About Gordon Yance​

Bill​ie Zimmers​
Bill​ie Zimmers​
Billie J. Zimmers is the owner of Xcel Communications Group LLC, a public relations, public campaigns and communications firm.  Mrs. Zimmers spent over 20 years with the law firms of Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff and Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs and with the Ohio Senate working in government and public relations at both the state and federal executive, legislative and regulatory levels. Read More Billie Zimmers​

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Lifelong Learning Institutehttp://www.cotc.edu/Communities/Pages/Lifelong--Learning-Institute.aspxLifelong Learning Institute
Workforce Development Innovation Centerhttp://www.cotc.edu/Communities/Pages/Workforce-Development-Innovation-Center-(2).aspxWorkforce Development Innovation Center
The John Gilbert Reese Centerhttp://www.cotc.edu/Communities/Pages/The-John-Gilbert-Reese-Center.aspxThe John Gilbert Reese Center
Institutional Planning http://www.cotc.edu/Communities/Pages/Institutional-Planning--.aspxInstitutional Planning
Board of Trusteeshttp://www.cotc.edu/Communities/Pages/Board-of-Trustees.aspxBoard of Trustees

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Credential Achievementhttp://www.cotc.edu/Communities/Documents/Pass_rates_for_web.pdfCredential Achievement
Agenda 11-14-17http://www.cotc.edu/Communities/Documents/Agenda 11-14-17.pdfAgenda 11-14-17
COTC Historical HC-FTE Table (1971-present)http://www.cotc.edu/Communities/Documents/COTC Historical HC-FTE Table.pdfCOTC Historical HC-FTE Table (1971-present)
Autumn Admissions Reporthttp://www.cotc.edu/Communities/Documents/Autumn Admissions Report_web.pdfAutumn Admissions Report
17AU COTC 15th Day Campus-Level Student Demographic_Program_Course Statistics_WEBhttp://www.cotc.edu/Communities/Documents/17AU COTC 15th Day Campus-Level Student Demographic_Program_Course Statistics_WEB.pdf17AU COTC 15th Day Campus-Level Student Demographic_Program_Course Statistics_WEB

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