Judge Mark C. Miller was appointed by Governor Kasich to serve on Findlay Municipal Court beginning in September of 2016. He was elected the following year to serve a full term. Judge Miller has been an attorney for over twenty-five years. After obtaining his law degree from Ohio Northern University, he worked for the Third District Court of Appeals then became an assistant prosecuting attorney handling a variety of criminal cases. He served the citizens of Hancock County for an additional ten years as the elected County Prosecutor.
Judge Miller is a past recipient of the Ohio State Bar Foundation Community Service Award for Lawyers 40 and Under. In 2013 he was recognized with the Distinguished Leadership Award from the Hancock Leadership Alumni Association. As prosecutor he was appointed by the governor to serve on the Ohio Organized Crime Investigation Commission. Locally he has chaired the Community Awareness Committee of the Hancock County Opiate Task Force and is involved in many community organizations.
The judge takes great pride in helping to make Findlay and Hancock County a great place to live, work and raise a family. Judge Miller and his wife live in Findlay with their three children.