Jeremiah was a former State prosecutor and Drug Court Liaison for the State of Florida. He is partner in a small law firm practicing Business and Land Use law with a focus on assisting Military Veterans. Jeremiah is a former board member of the Florida Bar Committee on Military Law and is certified in Veteran Benefits Appeals.
Jeremiah is a graduate of the University of Florida, where he obtained a degree in history. While attending college, he participated in the Army ROTC program, commissioning as a Second Lieutenant upon graduation.
In the military, Jeremiah served as an Army officer for over 13 years, both on active duty and in the reserves. A veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Jeremiah commanded a Military Police company in combat operations in Northern Iraq.
Jeremiah continues his military service in the Air Force Reserves as a Judge Advocate General officer with the rank of Major. Awards Jeremiah has received include: Bronze Star Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal and the Combat Action Badge.
Jeremiah graduated from Florida Coastal School of Law. He has also earned graduate degrees in Military History from Norwich University, Land Use & Development from the University of Miami and Business Entrepreneurship from the University of Florida.
Jeremiah was recently elected to the St. Johns County, Florida, Board of Commissioners as the County Commissioner for District Four and is serving a four-year term in elected office.
He is an active member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, Military Officers Association of America and the Military Order of Foreign Wars.
Jeremiah and his wife Lauren live in Florida with their two young children.