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While the images Irving J. Olson usually captures in his "Water Drop" art are abstract, this example looks very much like a bird, perhaps a turkey or a peacock. (courtesy Irving J. Olson)
Irving J. Olson (center) with his son, Steve Olson, and daughter, Carolyn Stelman at his 100th birthday party, where he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters by The University of Akron. (Photo by James Maguire)
Irving J. Olson, center, in his academic regalia after receiving his Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters by The University of Akron. With him are his son, Steve Olson, and daughter, Carolyn Stelman.
For a state hit hard by a national heroin epidemic and one that’s fighting back with Medicaid expansion dollars, Ohio is home to one in six Americans who could lose access to drug addiction and mental health services if President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress take another crack at repealing the Affordable Care Act.