OHIO LICA

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Meet our new Executive Director!

We would like to take a minute to welcome John Fitzpatrick!

John started as the new executive director of Ohio LICA on March 1, 2017, shortly after retiring from his position as an Organization Director with the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, a position he held for 18 years. In that position he proudly served the farmers and agricultural professionals in Ashland, Holmes, Medina and Wayne counties. Prior to working at Farm Bureau John was the Ohio regional membership sales manager for the United States Chamber of Commerce.

John and his wife, Sandy, reside in Chippewa Township, Wayne County where they raised their four children. Sandy has also recently retired after nearly 30 years at Integrity Federal Credit Union in Barberton, Ohio.

We are excited to have him and look forward to working with him on new projects!

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  • New Posting on the Classified Page!! Check out the Equipment for Sale!
  • The OLICA Spring Newsletter is now available! To read or to download, click here
  • Please take a few minutes to read a very important letter from our President, Mr. Larry K Orr, available here.
  • If you have not done so already, please be sure to renew your membership soon!
  • All Membership areas of the site are currently under review and renovation.  Say tuned as we continue to improve our site!
  • The 2017 Ohio LICA Annual Convention is now completed! Hope you all had a great time!  Watch for pics and updates soon.
  • Find an Ohio LICA contractor near you. Use our new locator maps and member directories – view the Contractor Members and the Associate Members on their respective pages.
  • Ohio LICA members can now list equipment and materials in the OLICA.org Classifieds section.
  • Learn about our LICA creed, vision, and objectives.

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