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Honoring The Career Of Cabot Rea December 9, 2015
Pat Tiberi, R-OH
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize and congratulate longtime WCMH anchor, Cabot Rea, as he retires from broadcast news. For more than 30 years Central Ohioans have welcomed him into their homes and trusted his balanced reporting. While he worked as a radio announcer when he attended Otterbein College, now Otterbein University, journalism was a second career for Cabot. He first served as the Music and Choral Director at Wilson Junior High in Newark where he was twice named “Teacher of the Year.”"
Tribute To Robert L. Corbin February 13, 2013
Michael Turner, R-OH
"After his return home, Bob contributed generous amounts of his time and energy to better our community. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Otterbein College, and entered the food service industry. He became CEO of Foodcraft Management Company, and served as president of the Ohio Restaurant Association and the Miami Valley Restaurant Association. He served for 24 years in the Ohio State House of Representatives, from 1977 to 2001. As chair of both the Commerce Committee and the Labor and Finance Committee, Bob earned a reputation as a voice of reason and fairness."
Mr. Douglas Ray Barr—In Memory Of His More Than 32 Years Of Service May 27, 2011
Steve Austria, R-OH
"Douglas Ray Barr was born to Daniel and Julia Barr on July 20, 1958, in Pleasantville, Ohio where he grew up with his two younger brothers Keith and Brad. A gifted athlete, he played multiple sports at Fairfield Union High School as well as collegiate baseball at Otterbein University. After college, Douglas followed his love of working with kids by teaching students with learning disabilities at his alma mater, Fairfield Union High School, and P.E. at Pleasantville Elementary School before entering the fire service in 1978."
In Honor And Recognition Of Michael P. Sokolowski April 20, 2010
Dennis Kucinich, D-OH
"Mr. Sokolowski was born the youngest of three children in Cleveland to parents Bernard and Marion Sokolowski. He graduated from Cleveland Central Catholic High School in 1979. In 1983, he graduated from Otterbein College where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. After college, Mr. Sokolowski joined his sister Marylou and brother Bernie in running the family business—Sokolowski’s University Inn. Mr. Sokolowski and his siblings are the third generation at the Inn, which was established in 1923. The Inn is a Cleveland landmark and has been featured several times on local TV, radio and the Food Network."
Tribute To C. Brent Devore May 14, 2009
Sherrod Brown, D-OH
"Mr. President, today I honor the career of Dr. C. Brent DeVore, the dean of higher education presidents in central Ohio. For 25 years, Dr. DeVore has served Otterbein College, its students, and the Westerville, OH, community. He retires at the end of this academic year."

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