Loveland Schools Foundation Distinguished Alumni Awards Banquet
Three graduates will be inducted into the Loveland Schools Foundation’s Hall of Fame at this year’s banquet: Mark D. Baron (Class of 1974), Robert Peacock (Class of 1956), and Major Brady Poe (Class of 1995). The Loveland Community is invited to attend the banquet and induction ceremonies 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25 at the Oasis Conference Center in Loveland. Cost of tickets is $35.00 per person and reservations are due by Friday, Sept. 18.
One of the objectives of the Loveland Schools Foundation is to present to the Loveland community of current students, teachers, parents, businesses and the citizens of Loveland, the outstanding graduates Loveland Schools has produced over many years. To this purpose, each year the Foundation selects up to five graduates who have demonstrated leadership qualities and excellence in their personal and professional lives. This year’s inductees exemplify these qualities.
Mark D. Baron’s career has spanned four market sectors: Public, Aerospace, Healthcare and Consumer Goods. He is currently with Serta Simmons Bedding.
Robert Peacock is a well-known farrier. He has authored several books on horse diseases and is the inventor of many blacksmithing and horseshoeing items.
Major Brady Poe attended the US Military Preparatory School at Ft. Monmouth, NJ, and later West Point. He is a career Air Force officer and has received many awards and decorations.