Posted: 6:17 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012
By Rick McCrabb
State Senator Bill Coley (R–Liberty Twp.) announced Tuesday the passage of House Bill 325, which honors Ohio soldiers and law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.
He said the following roads will bear the names of Ohio’s heroes:
Named for Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jody L. Egnor
Ohio 747 between Tylersville Road and Ohio 129 in Liberty Twp.
Named for PFC Timothy J. Hines Jr.
Ohio 4 between West Crescentville Road and Muhlhauser Road in Fairfield
Named for Sgt. John P. Huling
Ohio 42 between Cox Road South and Creek Road in Sharonville
Named for Sgt. David J. Luff, Jr.
Ohio 177 between Stahlheber Road and Ohio 73 in Hamilton
Named for Staff Sgt. Robert A. Massarelli
Ohio 129 between Ohio 4 and Ohio 747 in Liberty Twp.
Named for SFC Ricky L. McGinnis
Ohio 4 between Grand Boulevard and Bobmeyer Road in Hamilton
Named for PFC James Miller, IV
Ohio 125 between Markley Road and Nagel Road in Anderson Twp.
Named for Cpl. Nickolas H. Olivas
Ohio 128 between Ohio 27 and New London Road in Hamilton
Named for Cpl. Lucas T. Pyeatt
Ohio 129 between I-75 and Cincinnati-Dayton Road in Liberty Twp.
Named for Sgt. James C. Robinson, Jr.
Ohio 63 between Cincinnati-Dayton Road and Ohio 4 in Middletown
Named for PFC Marlin T. Rockhold
Ohio 127 between High Street and Knightsbridge Drive in Hamilton
Named for SFC Gregory S. Rogers
Ohio 42 between Westchester Road and Butler Warren Road in West Chester
Named for LCpl. Billy D. Spencer
Ohio 73 between Ohio 4 and the Warren County line in Middletown
Named for SFC William B. Woods Jr.
Ohio 42 between Butler Warren Road and West Main Street in Mason