Anthony Parasiliti is a lifelong resident of Jerusalem Township. He is married to his wife, Shawn. They have 3 children, Adam, Allison, and Anthony, and three grandchildren, Cole, Anthony 7, and Mackenzie 6.
He is a State Certified EMT and Firefighter. Mr. Parasiliti works as a construction manager for RMF Nooter Inc. He is a retired Boilermaker Local 85 and an instructor for Local 85 Training Center. Tony was appointed to Interim Chief in March of 2013.
Interim Assistant Fire Chief – Michael J. Csehi
Michael J. Csehi was appointed in March 2013. He is married to Betty and they have 2 children and 5 grandchildren. He attended Clay High School (1969), Bowling Green State University graduating with a B.S. Education and went on to BGSU to obtain his Masters in Education (Technology). He works at Cardinal Stritch as the Director of Technology. He is a member of Paragon 788 Masonic Lodge, Ohio School Board Association, and the Ohio Fireman’s Association.
The land area of Jerusalem Township is 30.4 sq. mi.
The water area is 235.4 sq. mi.
Our make up of the area is largely agricultural, with residential, recreational, commercial, and light industrial occupancies. There are five marinas and one yacht club located in the township, with dockage exceeding 2500 slips.
We also have the Maumee Bay State Park located in the NW corner of our Township. Along with the state park we are also home to several state and federal marshes.
James Wolfe Sr.