Al Mattingly is the Daviess County Judge/Executive and was sworn into office on January 3, 2011.
In 1971, Judge Mattingly married Ms. Judy (Wolfe) and they have one son, Will.
Judge Mattingly, born to Alfred and Commie Marie Mattingly on May 23, 1947, is the eldest of 12 siblings. He graduated from Owensboro Catholic High School in 1965 and in 1969 received his Bachelors degree in Biology from Brescia College. Judge Mattingly served in the United States Army from 1969 until 1972.
In 2003 and 2007, Judge Mattingly was elected and served as an Owensboro City Commissioner. In 2007, he served the Owensboro City Commission as Mayor Pro Tem.
Judge Mattingly has always been active in his community and church, Our Lady of Lourdes. He is a member of various civic and professional organizations. He is President of a family-owned plumbing, heating, and cooling business, Acme Plumbing and Heating, Inc.
Judge Mattingly welcomes citizen comments and may be reached at Daviess County Fiscal Court - 685-8424, home - 685-4876, or by e-mail -email@example.com.
County Commissioner West
George Wathen is currently serving his second term as the Western Division County Commissioner.
George and his wife Joanie have six children, Katie Edge, Mary O’Herron, Will, John, Ben and Christina Wathen, and eight grandchildren
He is a graduate of Western Kentucky University where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Institutional Administration. He received his Masters in Business Administration from Murray State University. He has experience as a small business owner and management in a local manufacturing plant.
George has been involved in his community for many years. He coached youth sports for 24 years in the Catholic Youth Leagues. He is currently a member of the Board for The Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce, CASA Board, CVB Board and a member of the Drainage Advisory Commission. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus, The Serra Club of Owensboro. He is a lifetime member of The Immaculate Catholic Church where he serves as a lector.
He can be reached at 270-685-8424 or 270-316-5883 or email.
County Commissioner Central
Charlie Castlen is serving his first term as Daviess County Commissioner Central Division. Previously, Charlie served 5 terms as an Owensboro City Commissioner, 4 of the 5, he served as Mayor Pro-Tem. Charlie is a graduate of Brescia University and is a self employed CPA with over 27 years of experience in banking, public accounting, and government. Charlie has been married to Lisa, his wife, for 25 + years. They have 3 children, Sarah, Theresa, and Daniel. Charlie is a social and fiscal conservative and is a committed friend of the taxpayer.
County Commissioner East
In January 2015, Commissioner Mike Koger was sworn into his first term in office as East Daviess County Commissioner.
In 1970, Commissioner Koger married Donna L. (Hayden) Koger. Together they have two children, Holly (Koger) Alexander and Jason Koger, and five grandchildren. Born to Charles and Maybelle Koger on April 24, 1951, he is the eldest of five children.
Commissioner Koger is a graduate of Daviess County High School and Brescia College. He served in the United States Army Reserves from 1970-1978 and attended a 5-year apprenticeship program with the Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 633 in Owensboro.
Commissioner Koger established (1984) and operates Consolidated Mechanical, Inc., a family-owned plumbing, process piping, welding, heating and cooling business. He also has partnerships with several other companies.
Active in his community, Commissioner Koger has served on many boards including Republic Band board advisor, U.S. Bank board, American Red Cross, Salvation Army, and in 1999 was named Owensboro Chamber of Commerce Entrepreneur of the year. He is also a longtime member of Blessed Mother Catholic Church.
Commissioner Koger welcomes citizen comments and may be reached by phone at (270) 685-8424 or (270) 929-0451 and by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org