A Combat-Tested Conservative Leader

Vote Jeremy McIntire for
County Council District 3

Jeremy McIntire is a retired Iraq War Veteran and Purple Heart recipient who served honorably in the United States Army and the Ohio Army National Guard from 2004 until he retired in 2014. Jeremy is a graduate of the University of Akron where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering Technology and in 2020, graduated with a Master of Public Administration from Kent State University. A husband and blessed father, Jeremy resides in the City of Stow with his wife of 17 years Claire where they are raising their 3 beautiful children. Jeremy works as a Senior Project Manager for a private consulting firm where he administers state and local government infrastructure contracts across Northeast Ohio and West Virginia.

In 2004 Jeremy’s military service began when he enlisted in the United States Army. Jeremy enlisted as an infantryman and completed both basic and infantry training at Fort Benning in Georgia. Upon graduation Jeremy was among a few selected to attend Javelin Gunnery School. During his time on active duty, Jeremy served with the 1st Batallion-38th Infantry Regiment, 4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team as a part of the 2nd Infantry Division. He was stationed in Fort Lewis Washington where he received numerous awards including the Army Commendation Medal, the Army Achievement Medal, and the Good Conduct Medal. In 2006 Jeremy served with his unit as a part of Task Force Blaze fighting wildland fires in the Okanogan National Forest in Winthrop, WA, for his service to this task force, Jeremy was awarded the Humanitarian Service Medal.

In 2007 when then President George W. Bush ordered a surge in troops, Jeremy served as 1 of 20,000 additional troops deployed as a part of Operation Iraqi Freedom where his unit was awarded a Meritorious Unit Commendation. During his Iraq deployment, Jeremy spent time in Baghdad and Baqubah from April 2007 to June 2008. In July 2007 while serving as a part of a Quick Reaction Force, Jeremy’s vehicle was struck by an Improvised Explosive Device sending him and other soldiers to the hospital for treatment for which he was awarded the Purple Heart. In September 2008, Jeremy was Honorably Discharged from active duty and continued his service in the Ohio Army National Guard as a squad leader with HHC and with A Company 1st Battallion-145th Armor Regiment in Northeast Ohio . Jeremy served honorably in the National Guard from 2008 until May 2014 at which time he was medically retired due to injuries sustained during his active-duty service.

In 2019, in a run for public office, Jeremy was elected to Stow City Council At-large where he has twice been elected to serve as Council President and served twice as Vice-president of Council. Jeremy is a Life Member of the Acker-Moore Memorial Post – Stow VFW Post 4738 where he serves as the Post Chaplain and serves as the President of the Stow Fraternal Order of Police Associates, Lodge #66. In 2020, Jeremy and his wife launched ‘Operations Valentine’s Day’ as a way to give back to the men and women serving our great country. Since the initial launch, they have collected and distributed over 50,000 handmade valentines from all over the United States to troops deployed overseas and celebrated 5 years of this initiative this year where they collected 10,238 valentines.

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Phone: (330) 352-0487
Email : [email protected]
1904 Baker Lane
Stow, Ohio 44224

Jeremy McIntire is a former member of the US Army. Use of his military rank, job title, photograph in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Army or the Department of Defense.

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