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Timothy Frederick Ayers

(1958-11-19) November 19, 1958 (age 61)
Springfield, Ohio, U.S.A
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s)Lisa Henry; Robin Brown
ChildrenKatheryne, Joseph, Perry
Education Capital University (Columbus, Ohio)

Timothy Frederick Ayers (born November 19, 1958) served as Mayor and City Commissioner of Springfield, Ohio from 1984-1990. [1] He previously served as the Legislative Message Clerk of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 113th General Assembly [1] and Small Business Manager for the Nashville (TN) Chamber of Commerce.[ citation needed ]


Personal life

Timothy Ayers was born in Springfield, Ohio, the sixth child of Franklin Ayers and Betty Rae Basey. [1] He has 3 children. [1]

His brother, former OSU Buckeyes head coach, Randy Ayers, has been a scout for the Brooklyn Nets professional basketball team since November 3, 2015. [2]

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