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Governor Appoints O’Diam to Greene County Probate Court

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Thomas M. O'Diam.

Image of Thomas M. O'Diam

Thomas M. O'Diam.

Thomas M. O’Diam, an attorney with the Dayton firm of O’Diam, Stecker & Sove Law Group, Inc., will take the bench on the Greene County Probate Court on August 5 after his appointment Tuesday by Gov. John R. Kasich. He replaces retired Judge Robert A. Hagler.

O’Diam must run in the November 2014 general election to serve a full six-year term starting February 9, 2015.

He received his bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University in 1981, earned his law degree from the University of Dayton School of Law in 1985, and was admitted to the Ohio bar that same year.

Throughout his career, O’Diam has practiced estate planning, estate administration, business organization, succession planning, and real estate law.

O’Diam is an executive board member for the Boy Scouts of America, Tecumseh Council, and has provided pro bono legal counsel to the Greene County Community Foundation since its inception in 2000. O’Diam and his wife, Deanna, have three children.

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