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Geoffrey Steven Goll

Geoffrey Steven Goll, American lawyer. Bar: Ohio 1973, United States District Court (northern district) Ohio 1974, United States Supreme Court 1980. Recipient District Merit award, Boy Scouts American, 1980, Silver Beaver award, 1984.

Background

Goll, Geoffrey Steven was born on February 2, 1944 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Carl F. and Dru R. Goll.

Education

Denison University (Bachelor of Arts). The Ohio State University (Juris Doctor).

Career

Bar: Ohio 1973, United States District Court (northern district)Ohio 1974, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1980. Partner Law Offices of Geoffrey S. Goll Legal Professional Association, Salem, Ohio, since 1982.

Membership

Member executive board Columbiana Council Boy Scouts American, 1978, member national council, 1981—1982, president, 1984—1985. Member executive board Mobile Meals of Salem Inc., since 1976. Member advisory board Salem Salvation Army, 1979—1981, chairman, 1981.

Member executive board Salem Area Industrial Development Corporation, since 1980, Columbiana County Port Authority, 1981—1996, Columbiana Board Elections, 1984—1991. Vice chairman Columbiana County Republican Central Committee, 1977—1984. Trustee Salem Community Foundation, 1995—2005, Salem Rotary Club Foundation, since 1995, Saxon Scholarship Foundation, since 1988.

Member Salem Ohio Utilities Committee, since 1993, chair, since 1995. Elder Presbyterian Church. Member of American Bar Association, Salem C. of Chamber (board directors 1979, 1981-1985, president 1984-1985), Ohio State University Alumni Association (trustee Columbiana County 1979-1981, president 1984—2000), Columbiana County Mental Health Association, Ohio State Bar Association (local committee member since 1980), Columbiana County Bar Association (secretary treasurer 1979—2004), Saxon Club, Rotary (president 1985, district governor since 2006), Elks.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Golf, travel.

Connections

Married Kim Shauck; children: Megan E., Yvonne M. Bachelor of Arts, Denison U., 1966.