Ohio State Bar Announces Awards

. October 1, 2016.
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At the Ohio State Bar Association meeting, board president, Ronald Kopp announced recognition of the the following Toledo-area residents for their 50 years of service to the legal profession: Jude T. Aubry of Maumee, Judge James G. Carr of Toledo, Michael D. Dorf of  Toledo, George N. Fell of Sylvania, John F. Hayward of Toledo, Fred E. Henning of Holland, James E. Kline of Holland, C. Randolph Light of Toledo, Beverly J. McBride of Toledo, James F. Nooney of Perrysburg, Marvin A. Robon of Toledo, James V. Shindler Jr. of Sylvania, Harold M. Steinberg of Toledo and James M. Tuschman of Sylvania.

Eddie M. Cole (formerly of Toledo; now residing in Detroit) and Carl F. Dorcas of Sylvania were recognized for 65 years of service in the practice of law. Dorian M. Slaybod of Toledo will receive the Ohio State Bar Foundation Community Service Award for Attorneys 40.

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