SYRACUSE — Nathan Scherer, a dedicated resident of Kosciusko County, has officially declared his intention to run for the position of Kosciusko County Northern Commissioner. With a deep commitment to his community and a wealth of experience in both business and public service, Scherer aims to tackle the challenges facing the county and ensure a prosperous future for its residents.
Scherer has spent the majority of his life in Kosciusko County and has raised a family here alongside his wife, Lauren. Their four children, Preston, Carson, Parker, and Elin, represent the heart of his dedication to creating a vibrant and secure environment for families within the county. This commitment has fueled Scherer’s desire to serve as a county commissioner.
Scherer’s extensive business background is a testament to his leadership abilities. He successfully founded a company at the young age of 23 and managed it with proficiency for nearly two decades. This experience has provided him with valuable insights into the challenges that families in the community face, particularly in terms of job opportunities, economic stability, and childcare.
“As a family man, a community advocate, and a business leader, I am motivated to ensure that Kosciusko County remains a place of opportunity, growth, and strong family values,” Scherer stated.
With a steadfast faith and a deep involvement in community activities, Scherer is well-prepared to take on the responsibilities of a county commissioner. His active participation in non-profit organizations, such as Joes Kids, as well as coaching various youth athletic teams, highlights his dedication to nurturing the potential of young individuals and securing a bright future for the next generation.
Scherer’s ongoing involvement with the Noble County EDC board and the Syracuse Town Council underscores his commitment to public service. He recognizes the pressing need for individuals of his generation to step up and contribute to the county’s future success.
“I firmly believe that now is the opportune time for me to serve our county. We need fresh perspectives, dynamic leadership, and a commitment to preserving the values that make Kosciusko County exceptional,” Scherer asserted.
As he embarks on this journey, Scherer envisions a county where families thrive, businesses prosper, and the community remains a welcoming haven for residents of all ages. His dedication to fostering a vibrant future for Kosciusko County positions him as a compelling candidate for county commissioner.