Erik Erhorn was elected Crockery Township Supervisor in November of 2020.
He is a sixth-generation resident of the township and was raised on his family’s Sesquicentennial farm. He lives with his wife Molly, and two dogs, Cooper and Wesley. Erik is a graduate of Spring Lake High School and holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice/Political Science from Grand Valley State University.
Erik is employed fulltime outside of Crockery and he is the owner and operator of Erhorn Construction and an officer with the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department Marine Patrol in the summer months.
He previously served as a Sergent, Chemical Operations, in the U.S. Army and served on The Crockery Township Fire Department for over 7 years; most recently as a Lieutenant.
Erik’s goals as supervisor are working to encourage positive growth in the community and collaboration with other local municipalities and he pledges to listen to the concerns and address the needs of constituents. Due to his outside employment, he maintains limited posted office hours but will work diligently to be available by phone, email, and scheduled appointments when necessary.