Eric Hood serves as Ward I Commissioner for the City of Muskegon. He is a long-time Muskegon resident, United State Army veteran, former City of Muskegon Police officer, and President of the Muskegon County NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) Chapter.
- Continued growth and development of Muskegon’s shoreline and downtown.
- Community involvement through communication with City services.
- Employment opportunities for all qualified Muskegon residents.
- Attended Muskegon Public Schools K-12
- Graduated from Muskegon High School in 1980
- Attended Muskegon Community College and GVSU (Grand Valley State University) Police Academy
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, Concentration in Human Services, Cum Laude, Colorado Technical University
- Joined the United States Army in 1982
- Stationed at Madigan Army Hospital Fort Lewis Washington, Walter Reed Medical Center Washington D.C., and Korea
- Attended The Academy of Health & Science Fort Sam Houston
- Stationed at Camp Howze 1/31st Infantry Division in North Korea and served 72 days in the Demilitarized Zone
- Honorably discharged from the military in October 1985 and returned home to Muskegon
- January 1986 – February 1988: Employed at Howmet Turbine Components
- May 1988 – 2008: Employed by The City of Muskegon Police Department
- While employed as a police officer, Eric performed duties as a patrolman, Community Officer for Angel and Nelson Neighborhoods, D.A.R.E. Officer, Evidence Technician, and Bike Patrol Officer.
- May 2008: Retired from the Police Department
- 2017 to Present: President of Muskegon County NAACP #3147
- Born in Detroit, MI: July 10, 1962
- Married to Nietra Hood
- One son, Eric Jr., and three daughters, Charice, Sequoia, and Caprice
City of Muskegon City Commissioner Eric Hood can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.