State Senator Troy Balderson (R-Zanesville) was inducted into the prestigious Association of Ohio Commodores last week in recognition of his longstanding business accomplishments, acumen and leadership.

The state's most distinguished honor, the Executive Order of the Ohio Commodore was formed in 1966 under Governor James A. Rhodes and has been continued by the Governor of Ohio ever since to identify Ohioans making significant contributions to the growth of the state and their communities.

The Association of Ohio Commodores is made up of a diverse and dedicated membership of over 350 men and women that represent varying sectors of Ohio's economy, government and business community.

On Saturday June 18, 2016, Balderson joined 21 others in being inducted into the honorable association during the Commodores' annual meeting in Columbus.

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