Roger Koch for Reily Township Trustee
• Experienced Leadership • Open Communication • Focus on the Future •


To promote...

transparency by developing and using the various forms of communication that are currently available today, especially a website, to get information out to the township residents.

To promote...

the utilization of Grant funding to help finance township improvements and the purchase of new capital. I am experienced at writing grants and have had several grants approved.

To work with...

MetroParks of Butler County to open discussions about re-constructing the foot bridge that once spanned Indian Creek at Lower Indian Creek MetroPark on SR. 732.

To work with...

community members and the other Township Trustees to make the green space around the Community Center more inviting, and better utilized.

Committed to...

having the best and well maintained roads possible, which also includes having roads that are safe for our residents and safe for those passing through Reily Twp.

Committed to...

a Fire and EMS Department that is properly equipped and well maintained.


Roger Koch is an Army Veteran with years of experience in business and community engagement


  • Bachelor's degree from Miami University


  • US Army Veteran, 25 th Infantry Division, Military Police


  • Horticulturist, Ohio State University Extension
  • Branch Manager, Farm Credit Services, Hamilton, Lebanon, & Eaton
  • Farm Manager, Wending Creek Farms, Coudersport, Pa.
  • Plant Operations Director, St. Joseph Home, Cincinnati, Oh.
  • Owner and operator, Koch Christmas Trees


  • Currently serving on Queen of Peace Church Council
  • Current Board Member of the Reily Township Historical Society
  • Current Board Member of The Friends of MetroParks of Butler County
  • Current Board Member of the Ohio Christmas Tree Association
  • Butler County Farm Bureau Member
  • Volunteer, Oxford Seniors – Home Delivered Meals
  • Volunteer, Butler Co. Board of Elections – Poll Worker


  • Happily married for 30+ years with 4 adult children