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The current OSCA is managed by an elected board of 5 members.

Board Members

President - Ryan Bunner (

My wife and I have lived in Olde Sawmill since 2000 and Abbington Village previous to that. We enjoy this community and the friendships made over the years. Raising a family of active young boys, we want their neighborhood to be as safe, active and friendly an atmosphere as possible. A strong association can be the catalyst and my wife and I look forward to helping make that a reality.

Vice President Dublin - Jeremy Block (

My wife and I and our four kids have been residents of Olde Sawmill since 2005. We would like to see Olde Sawmill become a vibrant community with a tremendous sense of pride. We hope that through open communication we will be able to create an association that exists as a true advocate for its residents. We also hope that through the participation and hard work of all the volunteers the community will grow together and become a stronger and more vibrant community.

Vice President Worthington - Brett Kravitz (

My wife and I have lived in Olde Sawmill for over 10 years. We have two boys and one little girl. I am an environmental and consumer law attorney for Kravitz Law Office located in Northwest Columbus. In addition to serving as Olde Sawmill’s Worthington VP, I am active in the Ohio State Bar Association. I enjoy running, hiking, camping, and seeing my kids compete in sporting events. Olde Sawmill is a great neighborhood, and it is important to have a strong association to keep it that way for our children and other residents in the years to come.

Treasurer - Ben Meehan (

Originally from Cuyahoga Falls, I graduated from Thomas Worthington High School in 1995. My wife and I are grateful to have three scrapping boys, one delightful girl, and arguably the best dog in the world. We moved to Olde Sawmill in August, 2006. I volunteer to serve as a member of the Olde Sawmill Civic Association because I want to help support our community and make it as fun and safe a place as possible. Go Bucks!

Secretary - Allan Asbury (

My wife and I moved to Olde Sawmill in 2002. We have two sons at Olde Sawmill Elementary. We are heavily active in the civic association, PTO, and Cub Scouts. We love Olde Sawmill and want to see it continue as a vibrant community. I believe that service to the community is one of the values the civic association should advocate and sponsor.