Tim Greenwood

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Tim Greenwood
Member of the Ohio Senate
from the 2nd district
In office
January 3, 1995-October 5, 1995
Preceded by Betty Montgomery
Succeeded by Steve Yarbrough
Member of the Ohio House of Representatives
from the 51st district
In office
January 3, 1989-January 3, 1995
Preceded by Arlene Singer
Succeeded by Lynn Olman
Personal details
Born 1948/1949 (age 64–65)
Political party Republican

Truman A. Greenwood, known as Tim Greenwood, is a Republican politician who formerly served in the Ohio General Assembly. As an attorney and political novice, Greenwood challenged incumbent Representative Arlene Singer in 1988.[1] With the district being traditionally Republican, Greenwood won against Singer in an upset victory.[2] He was sworn in on January 3, 1989.[3]

Greenwood easily won a second term in 1990, with 58% of the vote.[4] He faced a primary challenge in 1992,[5] but went on to win both the primary and general elections soundly. He again was reelected in 1994, for a fourth consecutive term.[6]

In 1994, Senator Betty Montgomery was elected as Ohio Attorney General, and went on to resign from her Senate seat. As a result a vacancy occurred, and Greenwood was appointed to take her place. He resigned from the House in January 1995, and was appointed in the Ohio Senate subsequently. However, only six months into his Senate tenure, Greenwood announced he would resign, citing an inability to spend time with his family.[7] He resigned from the Senate in October 1995.

Following his resignation, he returned to private law practice. From 1999 to 2003, he served by gubernatorial appointment as a member of the Ohio Turnpike Commission. Currently, he serves as outside counsel for the Ohio Attorney General and is the Law Director of Sylvania Township.

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