Attorney Karl C. Kerschner was inducted into the Association of Ohio Commodores on Thursday, January 17, 2013. The Association of Ohio Commodores held a Cabinet Luncheon in Columbus, Ohio at The Athletic Club. Karl was sponsored for induction by Karen Gillmor, Chairperson of the Ohio Industrial Commission.

Karl is the managing partner of Stultz & Stephan, Ltd., a local law firm which focuses its practice on business, financial institution, and estate planning representation. Stultz & Stephan, Ltd. was founded in Tiffin, Ohio and currently has offices in Tiffin and Columbus.

Karl obtained his Juris Doctorate from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, where he was a member of Ohio State Law Journal. He is licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio and the State of Florida. Prior to purchasing the Stultz & Stephan, Ltd. law firm, Karl worked with large corporate law firms in Columbus and Cincinnati. For the past 4 years, Karl has been named by Ohio Super Lawyers as a Rising Star for his legal work on behalf of businesses and financial institutions. Super Lawyers Rising Stars are comprised of the State of Ohio's outstanding attorneys who are 40 and under. No more than two and one-half percent of Ohio's lawyers are named to the Rising Star list.

The Association of Ohio Commodores is a group of individuals recognized by the Governor of Ohio with the state's most distinguished honor, The Executive Order of the Ohio Commodore. Each year outstanding Ohioans are recognized for their business accomplishments, acumen, and leadership with this prestigious honor.

Governor James A. Rhodes formed the Association of Ohio Commodores in 1966 for the purpose of assisting the state of Ohio in advancement in all areas contributing to the growth and development of the state and greater prosperity of its citizens. The association was incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio in 1971 as a non-profit organization and now its esteemed members are primarily involved with supporting the Office of the Governor and Lt. Governor. Members include government officials, distinguished university presidents and administrators; banking and legal professionals; leaders of trade organizations; chambers and economic development organizations; and senior management executives of large, medium and small manufacturers from across Ohio in a wide variety of industries.

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