Douglas E. Fuller
Chair of the Board
Doug Fuller has served on the Washtenaw County Board of Road Commissioners since he was first appointed by the County Board of Commissioners in October of 2008 and officially assumed his Road Commissioner position in January 2009. Doug is a retired contractor, building roads and installing utilities for his entire career. He served in the U. S. Navy Seabees building roads and airfields throughout the Pacific region. He has served his community in a variety of ways since his retirement; as a planning commissioner for his township, and as a member of the Zoning Board of Appeals. Doug is a member of the Dexter Rotary and Chamber of Commerce.
Vice-Chair of the Board
Appointed to the Board of County Road Commissioners in January of 2011, Ken Schwartz is our newest Commissioner. Ken has been practicing private law since 1986. He has been involved in a variety of professional fields radiating from the advancement of governmental objectives to the defense of citizens against overreaching governments which included municipal, environmental, zoning, planning, eminent domain, ordinance prosecution and criminal defense. In addition to serving as a Washtenaw County Commissioner, he was also a Trustee for Superior Township and served for the United States Air Force as a medic and dental tech from 1971 to 1975. Ken is a member of the Washtenaw County Department of Veterans Affairs and has served on both the Southeast Michigan Land Conservancy and Superior Land Conservancy.
Fred J. Veigel
Member of the Board
Fred Veigel has served on the Washtenaw County Board of Road Commissioners since he was first appointed by the County Board of Commissioners in December of 1990 and officially assumed his Road Commissioner position in January 1991. Commissioner Veigel’s current term will expire effective December 31, 2014. In addition to being a member on the Road Commission Board, Veigel has previously held the positions of both Chair and Vice-Chair of the WCRC Board throughout his term of appointment. A graduate from Ann Arbor Pioneer High School, Veigel has been a long time resident of Washtenaw County and Ypsilanti. He graduated from Local 252 IBEW with a 4-year electrical apprenticeship in 1958, is a U.S. Army veteran, and has held a multitude of prominent public service positions in the County that span over 40 years.