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Dr. Ted Bowlus

Wood County Commissioner

2016 – Present
Wood County Courthouse,
Bowling Green, Ohio 43402

Committee Assignments:

  • TMACOG Water Quality Committee/Member
  • TMACOG Transportation Committee/Member
  • Wood County Drug Addiction Task Force/Board Member
  • Addiction Response Collaborative (A.R.C.)/Board Member
  • Wood County Prevention Coalition/Board Member

Doctor Of Podiatric Medicine

Professional Credentials:

  • Diplomat, American Board of Podiatric Foot and Ankle Surgeons 1980 – present
  • Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, 1985 to Present
  • Practice Location:
    1021 Sandusky Street, Suite A, Perrysburg, Ohio 43551

Past Leadership Positions:

  • Eastwood School District Board of Education
    Board Member
  • Wood County Board of Health
    Past President and Former Board Member
  • Behavioral Connections (now Harbor)
    Board Member
  • National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI)
    Past President and Former Board Member
  • St. Charles Mercy Hospital
    2600 Navarre Ave, Oregon, Ohio, 43616 –
    Past Chairman of the Podiatric Surgery Section – Dept. of Surgery
  • St. Lukes Hospital
    Member, Department of Surgery


  • Bachelor of Science/Western Michigan University
    Graduated 1971
    Full tuition 4-yr scholarship
    Played Football 4 years
  • Doctor of Podiatric Medicine/ Kent State University
    Graduated 1976 Magna Cum Laude
  • Masters in Anatomy and Neuroscience/Medical Coll of Ohio (UTMC) Degree Conferred in 1998
    Dean’s Award – Master’s Degree Student of the Year
    Full Tuition Scholarship Published Research Papers in Neuroscience

Teaching Positions:


  • Adjunct Professor – Neuroscience and Neuroanatomy 2016-2017
  • Family to Family Teacher
    Wood County National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI)
    Teaching classes to educate the families, friends and other loved ones of people who suffer with mental illness.

Community Service:

I am a member in good standing of the Bowling Green Kiwanis Club and First United Methodist Church in Bowling Green. I have participated in many medical missions to other countries, most recently to Nuevo Progresso, Mexico, with a medical/construction team organized by the United Methodist Church. I also have served on medical missions in the Dominican Republic and helped rebuild homes in New Orleans that were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. I serve at Priceless Pancakes, a mission of the First United Presbyterian Church in Pemberville, which gives free breakfasts to anyone who asks for one on the last Saturday of each month. I also give blood and platelets to the American Red Cross on a regular basis. Along with my wife, I deliver meals to Wood County shut-ins once a week.