Governor Fills Vacant Warren County Judgeship
Gov. John Kasich today appointed a former State Representative and Mason City Councilman to fill a judicial vacancy on the Warren County Common Pleas Court.
Michael E. Gilb will take the bench on July 1. He must win in the November 2016 general election to retain the seat for the full six-year term commencing Jan. 2, 2017. Gilb replaces Judge Robert W. Peeler, who was elected in November 2014 to a different judgeship on the court.
Gilb received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Cincinnati and his law degree from Ohio Northern University. He was admitted to the practice of law in Ohio on Nov. 4, 1985. His experience includes service as St. Henry village solicitor, as a Mason Municipal Court mediator, and as an attorney at multiple law firms in the area.