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Williams Re-elected to Ohio Farm Bureau Board
For Immediate Release
November 30, 2012
COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) - Tim Williams of Piketon has been re-elected to the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) board of trustees. He will continue helping to govern the state’s largest and most inclusive farm organization.
For the past three years he has served as District 21 Trustee, representing Farm Bureau members from Jackson, Pike, Scioto and Vinton counties. He also served on the board from 2001 – 2006.
Williams and his wife, Robin, own a cow-calf beef herd. Williams is a 42-year member of the Pike County Farm Bureau, having served as president and vice president. Williams’ committee involvement includes policy, membership, agricultural ecology and the campaign to create the Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board. He is manager of Pike Water, Inc. Williams is a past director for the Pike County Chamber of Commerce and is involved with the Ohio Environmental Health Association. He is a graduate of Piketon Vocational Tech.
Williams was re-elected during the 94th annual meeting of OFBF, held Nov. 28-30 in Columbus. During the meeting, Farm Bureau delegates established policy on a variety of agricultural, environmental, economic and social issues.
CONTACT: Joe Cornely
PHONE: (614) 246-8230