Cathy King replaces Roseann Hickman on Port Clinton Council

Jan 18, 2023 | Featured, Around Ottawa County | 0 comments

Joined by her husband, Steven King, Carol King, left, was sworn in on Tuesday, Jan. 10 to the Council at Large post by First Ward Councilwoman Beth Gillman. (Photo by D’Arcy Patrick Egan)

Cathy King, 48, a 1992 graduate of Port Clinton High School, has replaced Roseann Hickman on Port Clinton City Council.

“I moved back to Port Clinton about a year and a half ago with my husband, Steve, and wanted to get more involved with the city,” said King, a Democrat. “I love this town, and the direction it’s taken in recent years.”

Cathy King is a technical consultant, while her husband is a digital designer for an educational company in Huron.

Hickman was a veteran on council, and the wife of Port Clinton Police Chief Rob Hickman, who retired in June 2021 to focus on training K9 dogs for police work. The Hickmans built a new home outside of the Port Clinton city limits recently, requiring Roseann Hickman to give up her council post.

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