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The 2021 Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame class includes two members from Warren County.
The Ohio Department of Veterans Services is honoring its 2021 inductees, and two Greater Cincinnati vets are among them.
This month, the department will release a series of videos about each living member of the 2021 Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame. Videos will feature an interview with each veteran and photos, according to a release. This year's Hall of Fame members were inducted in October.
Warren County residents Gary A. Loxley and Dennis F. Quebe are among the 2021 inductees.
According to the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame, Loxley was a member of the Ohio Army National Guard and was an officer in the Army Guard Judge Advocate General's Corps. He later became an assistant prosecuting attorney in the Warren County prosecutor's office and was appointed as a judge to the Warren County court. He founded the Warren County Veterans Court, a specialized docket, to rehabilitate vets within the criminal system.
Quebe served in the United States Marine Corps and participated in the electrical apprenticeship program, the Hall of Fame says. He later founded electrical contractor company Quebe Holdings and has been active in the Marine Corps League and Marine Corps Heritage Foundation. Quebe also has led the Academy of Electrical Contracting and the ELECTRI International Foundation.
Quebe's video will debut on Dec. 28, while Loxley's will premiere on Jan. 6. All videos will be available on the Ohio Department of Veterans Services social media channels, including YouTube
. Find more information about the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame and its inductees online
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