Mike Farmer is the Executive Director of the Butler County Veterans Service Commission and an accredited Service Officer. He received an A.A. with a Business Concentration, in addition to a B.S in Information Technology from Miami University. With the societal change in technology, Mike brings new technical expertise to serve the veterans and their family members. In addition to serving as the Executive Director, he is a five time Past Commander of AMVETS Post 1983 in Hamilton, OH. Mike is also a member of American Legion Post 138 and the Disabled American Veterans Hamilton-Fairfield Chapter #15.
Before using his VA Education Benefits at Miami University, Mike served in the United States Marine Corps. After graduating from Parris Island he was assigned to serve at Camp Lejeune North Carolina. He continually volunteers his time to assist veterans in their transitions. Beginning as a Co-Adviser to the Student Veterans Association on the Hamilton Campus, Mike has become a leader within Butler County and is a strong advocate for veterans affairs.
In 2018 Mike was selected to be a member of the National Association of County Veterans Service Officers training team where in teaches the Basic Benefits Course to students across the country. He also currently serves as the Secretary to the Ohio State Association of County Veterans Service Officers and other local committees throughout Butler County and the Miami Valley.