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Thomas R. Faulhaber, 59, was first elected to a term as an Adrian City Commissioner from 1985-1989, and was elected to another four year term in November, 2011. Tom is a lifetime resident of Adrian. He attended high school at Adrian Catholic Central High School and Adrian High School, graduating in 1970. He also attended Siena Heights University, majoring in Business Administration. He is employed by the Adrian & Blissfield Rail Road in Adrian.
He has been an activist for highway improvements in the Adrian area for over 40 years. In 2011 he founded Maple City Releaf, a non-profit organization with a stated goal of planting 5,000 trees and shrubs along streets and in parks in Adrian, working in partnership with the City of Adrian. He is also a member of the Bethany Assembly of God church where he serves as an usher, the Croswell Opera House and Fine Arts Association, and the Lenawee Historical Society.
Tom is married to Marcia and has two children, Mark, 25, and Tonya, 23.
John Dudas has been a City Commissioner since 2013. Originally from Onsted, he has lived in Adrian since 1994 with his wife and daughter. John has been a realtor with Foundation Realty in Adrian since 2015 and brings twenty years of experience with technology operations management with local community banks to the commission.
Current Term Ends 2019
Allen was elected to the City Commission in November 2015 and is serving his first 4 year term. Allen was born in Toledo, Ohio and has been a Adrian resident for 34 years. A graduate of Madison High school, he attended Jackson College and Siena Heights University majoring in Business and minoring in Human Services. Allen has been a local businessman for over 15 years and currently owns and operates Morning Fresh Bakeries and Biggies Pizza.
Allen and his Wife Tiffany, have two boys Luke and Max.
Current Term Ends 2019
Lad was elected to the Adrian City Commission in 2015. Lad is a 1973 graduate of Adrian High School. He has worked in some segment of the photography industry since 1980, currently co-owner of wePhoto, LLC. Married to Debbie Strayer with 2 adult children and one grandchild.
Brad was elected to the commission in November 2017. He was born and raised in Adrian, graduating from Adrian High School in 1996. He then attended Michigan State University and graduated with Bachelor and Master degrees in Accounting. After working for a year in Chicago at Ernst and Young, he returned to Adrian and is the Chief Financial Officer at Kapnick Insurance Group.
Brad has a son and daughter and two golden retrievers.
Chuck served on the Adrian city commission from 2011-2013, the planning commission from 2010-2013 and served on the Michigan Municipal League land use and economic development committee from 2012-2013. Chuck studied economics at the University of Michigan. He has managed International Diamond since 1995.
Chuck and his wife Teresa (AHS ’85) have two children that attend Adrian Public Schools and a very energetic golden retriever named Red.
Mayor Jacobson has officer hours from 8:00am-8:30am every Monday, Thursday and Friday. To schedule an appointment, please contact Michelle Dewey at City Hall, at (517) 264-4800.
Elected to the Adrian City Commission in 2017, Commissioner Stevens is the youngest-ever to serve on the Commission. Stevens is a 2013 graduate of Madison High School and was born and raised in Adrian, currently residing in the city’s sixth precinct.
Committed to accessibility and accountability, Stevens encourages city residents to contact him with any concerns or ideas. He can be reached by email at Contact Us[email protected], or on his cell, at 517-215-0039.
You can also connect with Stevens on social media at Facebook.com/DevinStevens and twitter.com/DevinStevens
“Adrian is not just another city on a map, it’s special.” - Devin Stevens