William Seitz

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Ohio

State Senate (Ohio 8)

10/10/2007

Family: Wife: Diane; 2 Children: Andy, Brad

Born: 10/29/1954 Cincinnati, OH

Home: Cincinnati, Ohio

Religion: Presbyterian

Education: JD, University of Cincinnati Law School, 1978 BA, University of Cincinnati, 1975

Profession: Attorney, Taft, Stettinius and Hollister, 1978-present

Political: Senator, Ohio State Senate, present Majority Whip, Ohio State House of Representatives, 2007-present Representative, Ohio State House of Representatives, 2001-present Trustee, Green Township, 1994-2000 Member, Cincinnati Public School Board of Education, 1990-1993

Congressional Membership: Precinct Executive, Hamilton County Republican Party, 1985-present Ohio Public Works Commission Hamilton County Integrating Committee, 1995-2000 Executive Committee, Hamilton County Republican Party, 1987-present Central Committee and Leadership Council Member, City of Cincinnati Residential Care Facilities Advisory Committee Metro Moves Transit Advisory Committee

Organization Membership: Commissioner, Ohio Small Government Capital Improvement Commission, 1999-present Secretary, Southwest Ohio Township Association, 1999-present Member, Price-Hill Western Hills Kiwanis Club, 1995-present President, Hamilton County Township Association, 1999-2000 Secretary, Bridgetown Civic Association, 1997-2000 Board of Governors, Ohio State Bar Association Anti-trust Section, 1995-2000 Commissioner, Cincinnati Research Commission, 1992 Vice President, Saint Antoninus Parish Education Commission, 1992-1995 President/Director, Western Economic Council, 1987-1993 President/Director, Westwood Civic Association, 1984-1989 Member, City of Cincinnati Cable Telecommunications Board Fraternal Order of Police Associations Green Township Civic Club Green Township Republican Club Member, Ohio State Bar Association Signa Alpha Epsilon Alumni Association Westwood First Presbyterian Church

Committees:

Energy and Public Utilities

Government Oversight and Reform

Insurance, Commerce and Labor

Judiciary on Civil Justice

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