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Jim Butler Member of the Ohio House of Representatives from the 37th district Incumbent Assumed office January 11, 2011 Preceded by Peggy Lehner Personal details Born February 25, 1973 (1973-02-25) (age 38) Washington Court House, Ohio Political party Republican Residence Oakwood, Ohio Alma mater U.S. Naval Academy Profession Attorney Religion Christian Jim Butler is a member of the Ohio House of Representatives, serving since January 11, 2011. Contents 1 Background 2 Ohio House of Representatives 3 References 4 Links Background Jim Butler is an Ohio native and grew up in Washington Court House, Ohio. He graduated as sole Valedictorian of Washington High School. After high school, Butler received an appointment to the United States Navel Academy where he graduated with Honors and Distinction. While studying at the Academy, Jim obtained a Master's Degree in History from the University of Maryland. After graduating from the Academy, Jim was selected to enter flight school. At every stage of flight school, Jim graduated at the top of his class and successfully qualified on carrier landings. This accorded him the privilege to fly F-14 Tomcats. Upon leaving the military, Jim returned to Ohio. He entered and graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, and now practices in Dayton as a business litigator at Thompson Hine, LLP, one of the largest law firms in Ohio. Jim's desire to serve is reflected in his volunteer work within the Dayton community. He is a member of Oakwood Rotary and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and he volunteers for the United Way. He is the former President of the Dayton Ballet Associate Board, which works to support the Dayton Ballet. He is a member of the Dayton Bar Association and Inn of Court. Jim currently resides in Oakwood, OH with his wife, Melissa, and their three daughters, twins Katy and Bella (5), and Amelia (2). Ohio House of Representatives When Senator Jon Husted won election as the next Ohio Secretary of State, it set off a set of legislative appointments. With Husted's Sixth District state Senate seat now open, Representative Peggy Lehner was chosen to fill it.[1] Therefore, with Lehner's House seat now open, the Republican caucus turned to the Montgomery County Republican Party to make a recommendation. On January 3, 2011, it was announced by the Dayton Daily News that Butler was chosen from five candidates to take the appointment.[2] He was sworn in on January 3, 2011, and subsequently place on the committees of Education, Judiciary and Ethics, Local Government, and Veterans Affairs.[3] While Butler resides in Oakwood, Ohio, he is in favor of the repealing the state estate tax. Oakwood has come out vehemently a repeal due to their overall budget gains that come from the tax. Butler has stated the tax hurts Ohio's competitiveness.[4] References ^ Screening committee recommends Peggy Lehner to fill Husted Senate seat ^ Oakwood attorney to fill Ohio House seat ^ Butler appointed to Dayton-area House seat ^ Kelley, Jeremy P. (2011-04-06). "Estate tax lobbying effort called illegal; cities disagree". Dayton Daily News. http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/dayton-news/estate-tax-lobbying-effort-called-illegal-cities-disagree-1127271.html. Retrieved 2011-04-05.  Links The Ohio House of Representatives: Representative Jim Butler (R-Oakwood) official site v · d · eMembers of the Ohio House of Representatives 129th General Assembly (2011-2012) Speaker of the House: William G. Batchelder (R) • Speaker pro Tempore: Lou Blessing (R) • Majority Leader: Matt Huffman (R) • Minority Leader: Armond Budish (D)    Craig Newbold (R)    Andrew Brenner (R)    Ron Amstutz (R)    Matt Huffman (R)    Gerald Stebelton (R)    Randy Gardner (R)    Kenny Yuko (D)    Armond Budish (D)    Barbara Boyd (D)    Bill Patmon (D)    Sandra Williams (D)    John E. Barnes, Jr. (D)    Nickie Antonio (D)    Michael Foley (D)    Timothy J. DeGeeter (D)    Nan Baker (R)    Marlene Anielski (R)    Mike Dovilla (R)    Anne Gonzales (R)    Nancy Garland (D)    Mike Duffey (R)    John Patrick Carney (D)    Cheryl Grossman (R)    Ted Celeste (D)    Michael Stinziano (D)    Tracy Maxwell Heard (D)    W. Carlton Weddington (D)    Connie Pillich (D)    Lou Blessing (R)    Robert Mecklenborg (R)    Denise Driehaus (D)    Dale Mallory (D)    Alicia Reece (D)    Peter Stautberg (R)    Ron Maag (R)    Michael Henne (R)    Jim Butler (R)    Terry Blair (R)    Clayton Luckie (D)    Roland Winburn (D)    Lynn Slaby (R)    Kristina Roegner (R)    Todd McKenney (R)    Vernon Sykes (D)    Zack Milkovich (D)    Barbara Sears (R)    Teresa Fedor (D)    Michael Ashford (D)    Matt Szollosi (D)    Christina Hagan (R)    Kirk Schuring (R)    Stephen Slesnick (D)    Timothy Derickson (R)    Courtney Combs (R)    Margaret Conditt (R)    Dan Ramos (D)    Matt Lundy (D)    Terry Boose (R)    Ron Gerberry (D)    Bob Hagan (D)    Mark Okey (D)    Lorraine Fende (D)    Ron Young (R)    Tom Letson (D)    Sean O'Brien (D)    Joe Uecker (R)    Peter Beck (R)    Kathleen Clyde (D)    William G. Batchelder (R)    Jarrod Martin (R)    Jay Hottinger (R)    Ross McGregor (R)    Jay Goyal (D)    Bruce Goodwin (R)    Lynn Wachtmann (R)    Robert Sprague (R)    Jim Buchy (R)    John Adams (R)    Richard Adams (R)    Dennis Murray (D)    Rex Damschroder (R)    Jeffrey McClain (R)    David Burke (R)    Bob Hackett (R)    Bob Peterson (R)    Cliff Rosenberger (R)    John Carey (R)    Danny Bubp (R)    Terry Johnson (R)    Margaret Ruhl (R)    Bill Hayes (R)    Debbie Phillips (D)    Andy Thompson (R)    Troy Balderson (R)    Lou Gentile (D)    Al Landis (R)    Dave Hall (R)    Richard Hollington (R)    Casey Kozlowski (R)    Republican (59) •    Democratic (40) • Ohio House of Representatives • Ohio State Senate Persondata Name Butler, Jim Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death