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    Tom B. Radabaugh. Prior to his election to his present office of auditor of Miami county, Tom B. Radabaugh, of Troy, was prominently identified with newspaper work as publisher and editor, and is still widely known in this connection, although since assuming the duties of his office in 1918 he has devoted all of his time to official matters. He was born January 21, 1875, in Darke county, Ohio, a son of Joseph and Rebecca (Ward) Radabaugh, and received his early education at Versailles High School. After learning the printer's trade, he owned and edited the Versailles Banner, published by Radabaugh & Fahnestock, and on April 1, 1902, came to Miami county and, with his brother Charles, purchased the West Milton Record. During the time that he was engaged in publishing this newspaper, Mr. Radabaugh became actively and prominently connected with public affairs, and in 1918, was elected auditor of Miami county. He has made an excellent record in this office and is numbered among the constructive workers in county affairs. Mr. Radabaugh has a number of business interests and is president of the West Milton Savings and Loan Association of West Milton, Ohio. During the war period he was captain of the "four- minute" speakers and served capably on various committees. He is a member of Milton lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, No. 577, of West Milton, Ohio, and the Knights of Pythias. Mr. Radabaugh married Miss Edith I. Stevenson, of Versailles, and to this union there were born two children: Miss Truell, who acts as deputy to her father, and LeRoy. After the death of his first wife, Mr. Radabaugh married Miss Anna Fouts (deceased), and to them was born one child, Robert E.

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