Mayor

The responsibility of the City of Overbrook, Kansas Mayor is to serve all citizens and business owners fairly and openly.  A committment to applying these principles in the most professional and timely manner possible is key in guiding our community through continued growth and success.

Current Mayor

Jon Brady

(785) 665-7328
mayor@overbrookks.com


 

Past Mayors

Don Schultz

Don Schultz was the Nineteenth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. Don was first elected in April of 2009 and served through January of 2018.


Jack Young

Jack Young was the Eighteenth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in April of 2001 and served through April of 2009.


Glyn Day

Glyn Day was the Seventeeth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was elected in April of 1997 and served through March of 2001.


Richard Hamit

Richard Hamit was the Sixteenth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was elected in June of 1989 and served through March of 1997.


Dennis Post

Mayor Dennis Post was the Fifteenth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in June of 1987 and served through June of 1989.


Calvin Ufford

Calvin Ufford served two different times as the Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in April of 1977 and served through April of 1979. Then in June of 1985 he again became Mayor and served until July of 1987. He was the eleventh and fourteenth mayor of Overbrook.


Dr. Bruce Cole

Dr. Bruce Cole was the Thirteenth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in June of 1980 and served through March of 1985.


Frank Boyd

Frank Boyd was the twelfth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in April of 1979 and served through June of 1980.


Gerald Coffman

Mayor Gerald Coffman was the Tenth Mayor of the City of Ovrebrook. He was first elected in April of 1975 and served through April of 1977.


Jean Ingersoll

Jean Ingersoll was the ninth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. She was first elected in April of 1973 and served through April of 1975.


Don Hylton

Don Hylton was the eighth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in April of 1971 and served through April of 1973


Dr. James L. Ruble Jr.

Dr. James L. Ruble Jr. was the seventh Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in April of 1967 and served through April of 1971. Dr. Ruble established the Overbrook Community Clinic in 1954 where he solo practiced medicine for the next 39 years. Dr. Ruble's service to the community included a 57 year membership in the Overbrook Rotary Club; Board member of the Kansas State Bank for over 50 years; Investor and project advisor for the development of Brookside Manor Nursing Home; Overbrook Library Board Foundation.


George Branson

Mayor George Branson was the sixth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in April of 1963 and served through April of 1967.


Ray Atchison

Mayor Ray Atchison was the fifth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in April of 1961 and served through April of 1963.


RE Tutcher

Mayor RE Tutcher was the fourth Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in April of 1957 and served through April of 1961.


DW Hoyt

DW Hoyt was the third Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in November of 1955 and served through April of 1957.


Carl Coffman

Carl Coffman was the second Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in August of 1949 and served through October of 1955.


Willard Cobb

Willard Cobb was the first Mayor of the City of Overbrook. He was first elected in July of 1948 and served through August of 1949. William Cobb moved to Brandon Woods from his home in Lawrence. He was born in the Ozarks in Missouri. He attended Northwestern State University in Alva, Okla., where he received a math degree. He earned his master's at KU. Willard taught math and science in Baldwin and Kansas City, Mo. His wife was the dean of romance languages at Baker University. They traveled extensively with her job and often went to Mexico, South America and Spain.

Willard has been an entrepeneur througout the years. He owned an independent telephone exchange, a hotel and a pecan farm. He also taught girls basketball in Oklahoma. He has three children: a son, who lives in Baldwin, a daughter in Mission, Kan., and a daughter in Arkansas.