Former Dubois County Commissioner Doug Uebelhor has announced that he will seek the Republican Party’s nomination for an at-large seat on the Dubois County Council for the May 3rd primary election.
A lifelong resident of Dubois County, Uebelhor is a 1999 graduate of Jasper High School. He later graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in education with a concentration in mathematics.
He also earned elementary education, junior high mathematics, all grade computer education and junior and senior high school mathematics teaching licenses from IU. Uebelhor works as an internal auditor at Jasper Engines & Transmissions.
Uebelhor is a former Dubois County Commissioner and served on county boards including as president and chairman of the 911 Advisory Board and president and chairman of the Emergency Management Agency Advisory Board.
He initiated and created the Dubois County Health Wellness Committee. He served as a member of the Dubois County Public Health Partnership, Alliance to Promote Education, Solid Waste Management Board, traveling voter board and Regional Elected Officials Board.
In a release Uebelhor says he would like the opportunity to continue to serve the citizens of Dubois County as a county councilman.
He says he feels it is time for Dubois County to formulate a long-term financial plan for county government.
As an internal auditor at Jasper Engines, Uebelhor conducts internal process audits and
prior to working at Jasper Engines, Uebelhor worked for seven years at Jasper High School as an educational instructor, summer school teacher, club sponsor, athletic worker and an in-school tutor.
Uebelhor has been involved with Junior Achievement. He has completed multiple emergency management training courses to help keep the county eligible for grants and certifications.
He is a lifelong member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Jasper, where he has been a member of the choir as well as a server and usher.