Re-Elect Commissioner Tom Grossmann In 2022 To Continue Serving Warren County, Ohio
Tom and Kathy Grossmann live in Mason and have six children. All six of their children attended Mason schools. Three of Tom and Kathy's children are graduates from University of Cincinnati, and one is currently enrolled. Tom and Kathy are grateful for their four wonderful grandchildren and have two golden doodles at home.
Tom Grossmann is a former elder and Sunday school teacher at Grace Chapel in Mason, Ohio. The Grossmanns attend Crossroads, love to spend time with their kids and have a new found love for soccer and the FC Cincinnati team. At work, Tom practices law and Kathy runs their small real estate business.
Currently, Tom Grossmann serves as a Warren County Commissioner. Tom also works with his brother to oversee their two family farms. A public speaker for over 20 years, Tom has always been an active Republican.
In 2001, Tom won his first local election to Mason City Council, serving from 2001-2009 and again from 2011-2014. Tom served as Chair of Finance and the Economic Development Committees, as well as Mayor and Vice Mayor of Mason.
Tom Grossmann was elected County Commissioner in 2014 and previously served as a Mason City Councilman for 11 years. Tom has always been an active Republican, starting in childhood when his parents worked on the Goldwater campaign and later when his father ran for judge.
Tom Grossmann (center) photographed with the present Warren County Commission
Tom has extensive professional experience in the private sector and in public office. Working as a lawyer, primarily in corporate law and litigation, Tom has represented clients in legal transactions both nationally and abroad.
Passionate about conservative public policy, Tom has also used his legal skills to promote conservative causes, charities and ministry for decades. Tom Grossmann helped found the conservative lawyers chapter of the Federalist Society of Cincinnati and served as its President for many years.
Tom helped found Citizens for Community Values (now the Center for Christian Virtue) and served on its board and as a public speaker for over 20 years. He has been actively pro-life, representing the movement in front of the Ohio Supreme Court and collaborating on projects with the late Dr. and Mrs. Wilke.