Dr. Charles H. Rehm Jr. is the major of Town and Country, Missouri, as of 2023. Rehm succeeded outgoing Mayor Jon Dalton, who, after 16 years of dedicated service, chose not to file for reelection.
An Intimate Portrait of Charles Rehm Jr.
Born and raised in Missouri, Rehm and his wife, Debbie, have made Town & Country their home for the past 23 years, raising three children and welcoming five grandchildren.
Before his political career, Dr. Rehm had an illustrious medical career. He joined Mercy Hospital in 1975, specializing in Internal Medicine and being board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He completed his medical education at Saint Louis University and his residency at Saint John’s Mercy Medical Center.
Based on reviews from 257 patients, he has a rating of 4.9/5, with patients describing him as attentive, professional, caring, courteous, and friendly. Dr. Rehm’s track record paints a picture of a man dedicated to serving his community in more ways than one, which bodes well for his role as mayor of Town & Country, Missouri.
Outside of his professional life, Rehm is an avid golfer and enjoys spending time with his grandchildren. In addition, he is a member of the St. Gerard Majella Church in Kirkwood.
Rehm believes his extensive experience in medical administration, particularly his roles demanding collaboration and communication, equips him well for his mayoral duties.
Rehm’s Vision for Town & Country
Rehm’s goals are to maintain high-quality city services and to preserve the natural beauty of the city’s parks and trails. He said, “Town & Country is a wonderful place to live and raise a family, and my goal is to keep it that way.” His vision includes continuing to provide top-notch police service and other essential city services.
As mayor, Rehm intends to uphold the city’s commitment to preserving its natural beauty, crediting the city’s parks and trails to the dedicated work of many who saw these amenities as a priority for Town & Country. In addition to these goals, he also wishes to bring back communal events, like the annual “Fire and Ice” celebration, to help foster a sense of unity and togetherness within the community.
Rehm acknowledged that balancing commercial development while preserving the suburban/rural character of the community would be a key challenge. However, he expressed confidence in working closely with the Board of Aldermen to navigate these tricky waters.
Connect with Mayor Rehm
You can reach out to Mayor Rehm at 314-413-2937 or TCMayor@town-and-country.org.