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|Born||Timothy Frederick Ayers
November 19, 1958
Springfield, Ohio, U.S.A
|Spouse(s)||Lisa Henry; Robin Brown|
|Children||Katheryne, Joseph, Perry|
|Education||Capital University (Columbus, Ohio)|
Timothy "Tim" Frederick Ayers (born November 19, 1958) served as Mayor and City Commissioner of Springfield, Ohio from 1984-1990. He previously served as the Legislative Message Clerk of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 113th General Assembly and Small Business Manager for the Nashville (TN) Chamber of Commerce.
- 1980-1984, Assistant Clerk in the Ohio House of Representatives
- 1984-1990, Mayor, Springfield, Ohio
- 1990, Special Assistant, Ohio Department of Agriculture, administration of Governor Richard Celeste
- 2000, Tennessee State Democrative Executive Committeemen
- Assisted $2.5 million in loans to small businesses as the Small Business Manager of the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce.
- Authored a $750,000 HUD grant to kick-start economic development activities in the historic neighborhood of Fisk University, Meharry Medical College and Tennessee State University in 2001. Since that grant, an additional $2.5 million of investment has poured into the area.
- Selected one of Kentucky's Minority Educator and Retention Award winners
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