Robert Grim of Sabina area inducted into Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame


Robert E. Grim of the Sabina area (back row, first person on left) was inducted Wednesday into the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame (HOF). Before retirement, Grim was an American history teacher at Miami Trace High School for 34 years. An Air Force veteran, he played a leading role in getting the Ohio General Assembly to enact The Ohio Veterans’ Heritage Protection Act in 2021, which helps preserve the heritage and memory of American military veterans. The other 2022 inductees are Rashid A. Abdu, M.D., of Canfield, John A. Anderson of Cincinnati, Martha H. Boice of Centerville, Ken Culver of Lancaster, Debbie Cannon Freece of Columbus, Patricia Furterer of Loveland, Greer Glazer, RN, PhD, of Solon, Jim Kerr of Lisbon, Dr. John S. Mattox of Flushing, Edward A. McKinney, PhD, of Cleveland Heights, Ruby T. Miller of Cincinnati, Jerry Rampelt of Columbus, Betty J. Wiechert of Zanesville, and Vaughn Wiester of Columbus.

Robert E. Grim of the Sabina area (back row, first person on left) was inducted Wednesday into the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame (HOF). Before retirement, Grim was an American history teacher at Miami Trace High School for 34 years. An Air Force veteran, he played a leading role in getting the Ohio General Assembly to enact The Ohio Veterans’ Heritage Protection Act in 2021, which helps preserve the heritage and memory of American military veterans. The other 2022 inductees are Rashid A. Abdu, M.D., of Canfield, John A. Anderson of Cincinnati, Martha H. Boice of Centerville, Ken Culver of Lancaster, Debbie Cannon Freece of Columbus, Patricia Furterer of Loveland, Greer Glazer, RN, PhD, of Solon, Jim Kerr of Lisbon, Dr. John S. Mattox of Flushing, Edward A. McKinney, PhD, of Cleveland Heights, Ruby T. Miller of Cincinnati, Jerry Rampelt of Columbus, Betty J. Wiechert of Zanesville, and Vaughn Wiester of Columbus.


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COLUMBUS — Robert E. Grim of the Sabina area was inducted Wednesday into the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame.

Robert E. Grim of the Sabina area (back row, first person on left) was inducted Wednesday into the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame (HOF). Before retirement, Grim was an American history teacher at Miami Trace High School for 34 years. An Air Force veteran, he played a leading role in getting the Ohio General Assembly to enact The Ohio Veterans’ Heritage Protection Act in 2021, which helps preserve the heritage and memory of American military veterans. The other 2022 inductees are Rashid A. Abdu, M.D., of Canfield, John A. Anderson of Cincinnati, Martha H. Boice of Centerville, Ken Culver of Lancaster, Debbie Cannon Freece of Columbus, Patricia Furterer of Loveland, Greer Glazer, RN, PhD, of Solon, Jim Kerr of Lisbon, Dr. John S. Mattox of Flushing, Edward A. McKinney, PhD, of Cleveland Heights, Ruby T. Miller of Cincinnati, Jerry Rampelt of Columbus, Betty J. Wiechert of Zanesville, and Vaughn Wiester of Columbus.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/09/web1_sr_citizs_c.jpgRobert E. Grim of the Sabina area (back row, first person on left) was inducted Wednesday into the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame (HOF). Before retirement, Grim was an American history teacher at Miami Trace High School for 34 years. An Air Force veteran, he played a leading role in getting the Ohio General Assembly to enact The Ohio Veterans’ Heritage Protection Act in 2021, which helps preserve the heritage and memory of American military veterans. The other 2022 inductees are Rashid A. Abdu, M.D., of Canfield, John A. Anderson of Cincinnati, Martha H. Boice of Centerville, Ken Culver of Lancaster, Debbie Cannon Freece of Columbus, Patricia Furterer of Loveland, Greer Glazer, RN, PhD, of Solon, Jim Kerr of Lisbon, Dr. John S. Mattox of Flushing, Edward A. McKinney, PhD, of Cleveland Heights, Ruby T. Miller of Cincinnati, Jerry Rampelt of Columbus, Betty J. Wiechert of Zanesville, and Vaughn Wiester of Columbus. Submitted photo