From The News-Leader
Longtime Twinsburg Bulletin columnist Ron Seman, who writes the popular “Veterans Beat” for Record Publishing Co. newspapers, will be inducted into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame next month in Columbus.
The Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame will induct 15 people in the Class of 2013 in a Nov. 7 ceremony at Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium in the state capital. The Ohio veterans’ community and the public are invited to attend and honor the Ohioans in this year’s class as they join the 428 others who are enshrined in the Hall.
Seman lives in Parma in Cuyahoga County and is a U.S. Air Force veteran who served in the Korean War.
He launched a long career in media after his service, originating “The Cleveland Veteran” radio program which promoted veterans’ activities, and later wrote a weekly veterans’ column while at the Cleveland Press.
He continues to write the “Veterans Beat” for Record Publishing Co. newspapers and is an active member of several veterans’ organizations and is an enduring supporter of the USO. Seman has also organized and emceed many veterans events over the years.
The Hall is dedicated to recognizing Ohio veterans who, after their military service, put their skills and abilities to work in their local communities, as Seman has done for more than 26 years through a strong readership developed from his popular Twinsburg Bulletin columns.