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Columbus, OhioThe Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund (OP&F) received today the resignation of Mr. David Harker, an elected Trustee who represents active firefighters on the OP&F Board. The resignation will take effect immediately (a copy of the resignation letter is attached).
Ohio law provides for the elected members of the Board to appoint a successor for the remainder of Mr. Harker's term, which expires in June 2004. The Board will consider the issue at its next meeting, which is scheduled for September 30, 2003.
OP&F's Board of Trustees consists of six elected members representing police officers and firefighters (two active police officers, two active firefighters, one retired police officer and one retired firefighter), as well as the Ohio Attorney General, the Ohio Auditor of State, and a fiscal officer of an Ohio municipal corporation appointed by the Governor.
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Contact: Dave Graham (614) 628-8396, firstname.lastname@example.org
September 16, 2003
Board of Trustees
Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund 140 East Town Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Dear Fellow Board Members:
After hours of personal struggle and reflection, and because I want the important work of the Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund to continue, I respectfully resign my position as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund effective immediately.
In leaving, I reflect proudly on my service to Ohio's police officers and firefighters that has included:
I believe in public service and it's my strong hope that you and others to come will continue with strong service to Ohio's police officers and firefighters in the future. You can count on my support in your roles, which I know from experience are often difficult.
David K. Harker