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The 3rd Quarter Meeting Notes (Sunbird Reunion) are now available on the Member's page on the Retiree's Association Website at OSHPRetiree.org.
Past OSHPRA President, Retired Lt. Colonel Gilbert Jones, will be inducted into the Ohio Civil Rights Hall of Fame on Thursday, October 5th during a public ceremony in the Ohio Statehouse Atrium at 10:00 AM. OSP Retirees are welcome to attend. Congratulations President Jones!
Congratulations Director John Born, who was recognized at the Athens Patrol Post September 18th for his service to the Citizens of Ohio. As is our tradition, the Athens Post was dedicated to Colonel Born, who served as the Patrol's 17th Superintendent, from 2011 to 2013. He is seen here with House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger and Colonel Paul Pride.