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Buchy Inducted into Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame

COLUMBUS – Lifelong Greenville resident and former Ohio Representative Jim Buchy was inducted into the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame Friday morning at the Ohio Expo Center on the grounds of the Ohio State Fair.

From The Early Bird August 4, 2017

By Galen Blosser, Staff Reporter

COLUMBUS – Lifelong Greenville resident and former Ohio Representative Jim Buchy was inducted into the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame Friday morning at the Ohio Expo Center on the grounds of the Ohio State Fair.

“It’s the pinnacle of my public career,” said Buchy, “With my background in agriculture, I can’t tell you what this means to me.”

“Jim Buchy is valued as a true statesman and a selfless leader who has served the state and agriculture in many ways,” was stated of Buchy in his Hall of Fame introduction.

“Jim richly deserves this honor not just for his service in the legislature where he was one of the go to guys.” United States Senator Rob Portman (OH) told the Early Bird. “When I wanted to get something accomplished – you go to Jim.”

“Jim was in my leadership team,” said William G. Batchelder III, the 101st Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives. “We used him a lot in agriculture especially. He’s special; genuinely.”

“We go back to 1978 through Bob Netzley,” Buchy said of Batchelder. “My three political mentors were Bob Netzley, Bill Batchelder and Joan Davidson.”

“This is huge for Jim,” said 84th District Ohio House of Representatives Keith Faber. “He is much deserving of this award, but it’s also a huge recognition of West Central Ohio.”......

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Photo Caption: Jim Buchy and Representative Keith Faber. (Gaylen Blosser photo)