Hosts: County Line Historical Society of Wayne/Holmes
Speaker: Robert Haag of Doylestown is an author, collector and speaker. He is a trustee of the Ohio Historical Archaeological Society. Mr. Haag is the Economic Development Associate for the Village of Doylestown, Ohio, and Director of the Doylestown Area Development Corporation. He retired as Director of Facilities and Housing for the County of Summit Board of Developmental Disabilities. Joanna (retired art teacher for Akron Public Schools) and he have lived in Chippewa Township and Doylestown, Ohio for 34 years.
Bob started in Summit County government as a wastewater treatment plant operator (obtaining three Ohio EPA wastewater licenses) and was the first Purchasing Agent for Summit County Sanitary Engineers before becoming Purchasing Agent for the Summit County Commissioners and Council.
He left Summit County to be General Manager of Agri-Sludge Inc. one of the largest transporters and land applicators of wastewater sludges in Ohio, and located at Millersburg, Ohio. Returning to Summit County government, for the next 19 years he worked as Purchasing Manager, Financial Coordinator, and Director of Facilities and Housing for the County of Summit Board of Developmental Disabilities. In addition he served as trustee and president for the Community, University, Educational Buyers Cooperative (CUE), and obtained an Ohio Department of Education license as School District Business Manager.
In 2007 he completed a personal goal, writing and publishing Footpaths to Ancient Campsites in Copley Township, Ohio the prehistoric history of his childhood home. From 2008 through 2011 Bob compiled and published a three volume collection of early auctions of Indian relic collection sales. This three volume work provides collectors of prehistoric Indian art with thousands of artifact pictures and collector information within its 1000+ pages, and is included in the Smithsonian’s Library.
Mr. Haag received an A.A.S. in Business Management from the University of Akron-Wayne College, B.S. in Technical Education from the University of Akron, and M.Ed. in Administration from Ohio University.
Public Welcome and No Admission Fee. Park across North Market Street form the church.