Sheriffs of Eaton County

  • 1839 to 1840: Robert Wheaton, one term
  • 1841 to 1842: Walter Fairfield, one term
  • 1843 to 1846: Nathan Frank, two terms
  • 1847 to 1848: Silas Millett, one term
  • 1849 to 1850: Horace Hamlin, one term
  • 1851 to 1852: Jon McCrager, one term
  • 1853 to 1854: Thomas Curry, one term
  • 1855 to 1856: Edward Kingsbury, one term
  • 1857 to 1860: George Potter, two terms
  • 1861 to 1864: Benajah Warren, two terms
  • 1865 to 1866: William Benedict, one term
  • 1867 to 1870: Alonzo Whitaomb, two terms
  • 1871 to 1872: Charles Aldrich, one term
  • 1873 to 1876: George Mead, two terms
  • 1877 to 1880: Hiram Snoke, two terms
  • 1881 to 1882: Waterman Lazell, one term
  • 1883 to 1884: Charles Ells, one term
  • 1885 to 1888: Judiah Perkins, two terms
  • 1889 to 1892: Samuel Pollock, two terms
  • 1893 to 1894: Granger Bosworth, one term
  • 1895 to 1896: Frank Green, one term
  • 1897 to 1898: John Hall, one term
  • 1899 to 1902: Fred Shepherd, two terms
  • 1903 to 1906: Jud Perkins, two terms
  • 1907 to 1910: Emery M. Sloan, two terms
  • 1911 to 1914: Robert Donivan, two terms
  • 1915 to 1918: Frank Storrs, two terms
  • 1919 to 1922: George Fuller, two terms
  • 1923 to 1926: Glenn Dilly, two terms
  • 1927 to 1930: Horace Boorn, two terms
  • 1931 to 1934: Spencer Cribb, two terms
  • 1935 to 1946: Milton Kreig, five terms
  • 1947 to 1956: Everett Peck, six terms
  • 1957 to 1972: Elwin J. Smith, six terms

  • In 1964 the terms were changed from two years to four years
  • 1973 to 1976: Gene Hoag, one term
  • 1977 to 1992: Arthur T. Kelsey, four terms
  • 1993 to 1998: Richard R. Wahl, two terms
  • 1998 to 2000: Patrick D. Hutting, fulfilled the balance of Wahl's           term
  • 2005 to 2012: Michael Raines, two terms
  • 2013 to Present: Tom Reich