Join us Thursday, January 16th, at our Monthly PACC Membership Luncheon featuring Steve Davis, Fairfield County Commissioner, who will present "Successful Decision Making".
During this luncheon Steve Davis will present us with a theory of the importance between meetings and decision making. He will also touch on specific concepts for thought and preparation entering the decision making process. Steve will use a story of an incredibly difficult meeting as a vehicle for describing a process that proves successful.
Commissioner Steve Davis was appointed Commissioner in January 2011 to fill the remaining term of Jon Myers. Commissioner Davis was born in Lancaster, Ohio. He attended The University of Arizona where he earned his B.A. in Russian Language and Soviet Studies and continued his education at The University of Texas School of Law from where he received his Juris Doctorate.
In 1991, Commissioner Davis joined the law firm of Crabbe, Brown & James and became a partner in 1999. He practices in and manages the Lancaster office and concentrates his practice in civil litigation and land use. He has also been involved in all phases of right of way acquisition and pipeline consultation. He is licensed to practice in all Ohio state and federal courts. On July 1st 2015 Mr. Davis became a Principal member of the Law firm of Sitterley, Vandervoort & Davis Ltd. and is serving as the Director of its Multi-state Landowner Pipeline Services Group.
Commissioner Davis’ memberships have included: The Ohio State and Fairfield County Bar Associations; Lancaster City Council, member (1995-2001) and President (2002 -2004); the United Way Review Board, Fairfield County (1998-2004); Chairman, Fairfield County Republican Executive Committee (2004-2011). Commissioner Davis has been involved in many community oriented initiatives and charitable organizations including the United Way, Charity Newsies, the Lancaster Youth Baseball Association and the Robert K. Fox Family Y.
In his role as Commissioner, Steve serves on the following committees: Fairfield County Board of Revision; CFLP Solid Waste District; and the Multi-County Juvenile Detention Center Board of Directors.
Commissioner Davis resides in Lancaster with his wife and two sons.