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Loveland Board of Education Hires New Treasurer

The Loveland City School District Board of Education has hired John Espy as the Treasurer of the Loveland City School District. 

“Hiring the Treasurer and Superintendent are among the most important tasks we have as a Board of Education. I’m very pleased that we were able to secure an experienced Treasurer, and I would like to welcome John Espy to Loveland City Schools,” said Board President Dr. Kathryn Lorenz. 

Mr. Espy has previously served as Treasurer of Milford Exempted Village Schools, Miamisburg City School District, and the Clermont Northeastern Local Schools. Before moving into the Treasurer/CFO position, he served as a Financial Software Specialist and Coordinator of Fiscal Applications at the Hamilton Clermont Cooperative. 

He has also served as an educator and director in the Milford Exempted Village School District and Mt. Healthy City Schools, leading award-winning band programs. Mr. Espy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in K-12 Education from Marshall University located in Huntington, WV, a Master of Business Administration degree from Xavier University, and a Master of Science in Accountancy from Indiana Wesleyan University located in Marion, IN. Mr. Espy and his family live in Loveland, OH.

“I’m very excited to join the team at Loveland City Schools. As a resident of Loveland, I am excited to affect Loveland City Schools by working collaboratively with the Board, staff, and community to keep the district moving forward and putting students in the best possible position to succeed while also being fiscally responsible,” Espy said. 

Espy will begin his tenure as Treasurer effective January 1, 2024, replacing Robert Giuffre, who has served as Interim Treasurer of Loveland City School District since August 2021.