Senator Obhof presents Ashland county resident, Tiffany Meyer, with a resolution during an event held at the Ohio Statehouse

State Senator Larry Obhof (R-Medina) joined the Ohio Association of Realtors today in paying tribute to Tiffany Meyer of Ashland on being named Ohio Realtor of the Year.

"Her dedication to her profession and her willingness to lead make her deserving of this distinction," said Obhof.

Senator Obhof presented Meyer with a resolution on behalf of the members of the Ohio Senate during an event hosted by the Ohio Association of Realtors.

Meyer, a graduate of The Ohio State University, has been a realtor since 1995. Her extensive resume includes serving on the board of directors for the Ohio Association of Realtors and she was recently chosen to serve as the organization's treasurer. Meyer has also served on a number of national committees and has been a champion for various issues impacting her profession.

The Ohio Realtor of the Year is chosen based on professional achievement, local involvement, service to the state and national associations, as well as business and education experience and civic activities.

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