Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) released the following statement regarding the passing of former Columbus Dispatch publisher John F. Wolfe:

“My heart goes out to the Wolfe family during this difficult time. I will always be thankful for John’s friendship and will remember him as a true professional who carried himself in a humble and respectful manner. 

“As publisher of the Columbus Dispatch, John provided a service to the people of Ohio that is so critical to preserving the strength and well-being of our republic by keeping the public informed and holding government accountable.”

“Although he will be greatly missed, the legacy that he leaves behind—and the positive impact he made on Columbus and all of Ohio—cannot be understated.”

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