Village of Carey

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The history of Carey formally begins in 1843 when R. M. Shuler and W. J. Buell laid out the town on land that they owned. They named the town after the Honorable Judge John Carey, one of the first settlers in the region. Carey was not only a Judge, but President of the Indiana, Bloomington and Western Railroad which ran through the new town at that time.

Contact Information

Address
127 North Vance St, Carey, Ohio 43316
Email
assistantadmin@careyohio.org
Phone
(419) 396-7681

Robotics Training Programs from Village of Carey

Install or repair cables or wires used in electrical power or distribution systems. May erect poles and light or heavy duty transmission towers.

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