Mark Eicher, P.E., P.S.
Mark Eicher, a Muskingum County resident, is a 1996 graduate from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. He is licensed as a professional engineer and a professional surveyor. He has 5 years’ experience with the Ohio Department of Transportation where he served as the access management coordinator for District 5. From 2002 to 2009 he was self-employed at Eicher Engineering and Consulting where he was actively involved in numerous private and public improvement projects throughout southeastern Ohio. He has 2 years’ experience as the Deputy Engineer in Muskingum County, 2 years as the Deputy Engineer in Noble County and six years as the Noble County Engineer. He and his wife Kay have two children, Cassie who is a Junior at the University of Cincinnati studying nursing and Chloe who is a Senior at Tri Valley High School. He is a member of NACE (National Association of County Engineers) and CEAO (County Engineers Association of Ohio, ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers). He serves on the Foundation Board for Zane State College and the Steering Committee for the Magnum Research Park. In the past he has served as the chairman of the Zanesville Downtown Design Review Board and as a Rotarian he received recognition as a Paul Harris Fellow. He is a recipient of the 2015 Friends of 4-H award winner from the Noble County 4-H Council.