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President Signs Chabot Legislation Honoring Springboro Icon
On Thursday evening, President Obama signed into law legislation introduced by Congressman Steve Chabot (R-Westwood) to name the United States Post Office in Springboro, Ohio after Richard "Dick" Chenault, a diligent public servant and Springboro icon.
“Richard Chenault lived a life of service to his country and his community,” said Chabot. “Few people are as dedicated to their community as Mr. Chenault was to Springboro. He not only worked at the post office, but he also volunteered as a firefighter and police officer, helped found the Springboro Lions Club and routinely assisted elderly neighbors by shoveling snow and mowing the grass. The Richard Chenault Post Office will be an enduring reminder of everything he meant to the Springboro community, and everything the Springboro community meant to him.”