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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Balderson Announces Approval Of Funds Investing In Hocking Hills State Park


"Parks like Hocking Hills have become an iconic tourist attraction for our state," said Senator Balderson.


Balderson Announces Approval Of Funds For Former Hocking Hills Lodge Clean Up


COLUMBUS - State Senator Troy Balderson (R-Zanesville) today announced the release of state capital funds for the demolition of the former Hocking Hills State Park Lodge that was destroyed by fire on December 8, 2016. 


Honoring Those Who Serve Our Country


In 1941, America joined the World War II efforts and over 16 million men and women were mobilized. World War II saw many Ohioans volunteer to defend our nation. One of these service members was Sergeant Harold Davis who called Zanesville home. 


Balderson Applauds Investment To Expand Ohio's Small Business Markets


COLUMBUS - State Senator Troy Balderson (R-Zanesville) today announced that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has awarded $700,000 aimed at supporting efforts to expand Ohio’s small business markets overseas.