Leadership Clinton’s Class of ’19


Leadership Clinton’s Terry Habermehl and Cathy Koerner

Leadership Clinton’s Terry Habermehl and Cathy Koerner


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LC ’19 grad Lance Beus with his daughters at the event.


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The Leadership Clinton Class of 2019 assembles a bunk bed that they constructed for Sleep in Heavenly Peace.


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City of Wilmington staffers gather before the event. From left are LC ’19 grad and the city’s Human Resources Director Jeanne Pope, Mayor John Stanforth, and LC ’19 grad and City Administrator Marian Miller.


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Jeff Murphy with his wife and daughters prior to the start of the event.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The Leadership Clinton Class of 2019 graduation ceremony and report to the community was held Tuesday evening at the Kelly Center of Wilmington College. The class project was building bunk beds for the nonprofit Sleep in Heavenly Peace, which provides beds for local children and families in need. The graduates are shown with a bed that they had earlier constructed, and they assembled it during their report to the community as part of their presentation. From left are LC ’19 graduates Shannon McGowan, Laurel Oaks Career Campus; Joshua Martin, First State Bank; Suzanna Haines, Southern State Community College; Jeanne Pope, City of Wilmington; Marian Miller, Clinton County Republican Party; Brady Stevens, American Legion and VFW; and Lance Beus, Clinton Memorial Hospital. Not shown are LC ’19 graduates Melissa Puckett, Ohio Living Cape May; and Dalton Wood, Stromberg Chiropractic.


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Guest speaker Josh Sams with Katie Wright.


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Guest speaker Josh Sams related to the audience the large role that giving back to the community now plays in his life, after the many ways the community has given back to him and his family.


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Jeff Murphy, owner of Murphy Advertising Co., is shown with family members after he was presented with Leadership Clinton’s Outstanding Community Leader Award for the many ways he gives back to the local community through volunteering.


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Jeff Murphy accepts a gift of a Leadership Clinton jacket as he was honored with the Outstanding Community Leader Award.


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The Leadership Clinton Class of ’19, from left, Jeanne Pope, Brady Stevens, Suzanna Haines, Marian Miller, Joshua Martin, Shannon McGowan and Lance Beus. Not shown are Melissa Puckett and Dalton Wood.


Tom Barr | News Journal

Leadership Clinton’s Terry Habermehl and Cathy Koerner

LC ’19 grad Lance Beus with his daughters at the event.

The Leadership Clinton Class of 2019 assembles a bunk bed that they constructed for Sleep in Heavenly Peace.

City of Wilmington staffers gather before the event. From left are LC ’19 grad and the city’s Human Resources Director Jeanne Pope, Mayor John Stanforth, and LC ’19 grad and City Administrator Marian Miller.

Jeff Murphy with his wife and daughters prior to the start of the event.

The Leadership Clinton Class of 2019 graduation ceremony and report to the community was held Tuesday evening at the Kelly Center of Wilmington College. The class project was building bunk beds for the nonprofit Sleep in Heavenly Peace, which provides beds for local children and families in need. The graduates are shown with a bed that they had earlier constructed, and they assembled it during their report to the community as part of their presentation. From left are LC ’19 graduates Shannon McGowan, Laurel Oaks Career Campus; Joshua Martin, First State Bank; Suzanna Haines, Southern State Community College; Jeanne Pope, City of Wilmington; Marian Miller, Clinton County Republican Party; Brady Stevens, American Legion and VFW; and Lance Beus, Clinton Memorial Hospital. Not shown are LC ’19 graduates Melissa Puckett, Ohio Living Cape May; and Dalton Wood, Stromberg Chiropractic.

Guest speaker Josh Sams with Katie Wright.

Guest speaker Josh Sams related to the audience the large role that giving back to the community now plays in his life, after the many ways the community has given back to him and his family.

Jeff Murphy, owner of Murphy Advertising Co., is shown with family members after he was presented with Leadership Clinton’s Outstanding Community Leader Award for the many ways he gives back to the local community through volunteering.

Jeff Murphy accepts a gift of a Leadership Clinton jacket as he was honored with the Outstanding Community Leader Award.

The Leadership Clinton Class of ’19, from left, Jeanne Pope, Brady Stevens, Suzanna Haines, Marian Miller, Joshua Martin, Shannon McGowan and Lance Beus. Not shown are Melissa Puckett and Dalton Wood.

Leadership Clinton’s Terry Habermehl and Cathy Koerner
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LC ’19 grad Lance Beus with his daughters at the event.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_Beus-and-kids.jpgLC ’19 grad Lance Beus with his daughters at the event. Tom Barr | News Journal

The Leadership Clinton Class of 2019 assembles a bunk bed that they constructed for Sleep in Heavenly Peace.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_building-bed.jpgThe Leadership Clinton Class of 2019 assembles a bunk bed that they constructed for Sleep in Heavenly Peace. Tom Barr | News Journal

City of Wilmington staffers gather before the event. From left are LC ’19 grad and the city’s Human Resources Director Jeanne Pope, Mayor John Stanforth, and LC ’19 grad and City Administrator Marian Miller.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_city-staff.jpgCity of Wilmington staffers gather before the event. From left are LC ’19 grad and the city’s Human Resources Director Jeanne Pope, Mayor John Stanforth, and LC ’19 grad and City Administrator Marian Miller. Tom Barr | News Journal

Jeff Murphy with his wife and daughters prior to the start of the event.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_four-murphys.jpgJeff Murphy with his wife and daughters prior to the start of the event. Tom Barr | News Journal

The Leadership Clinton Class of 2019 graduation ceremony and report to the community was held Tuesday evening at the Kelly Center of Wilmington College. The class project was building bunk beds for the nonprofit Sleep in Heavenly Peace, which provides beds for local children and families in need. The graduates are shown with a bed that they had earlier constructed, and they assembled it during their report to the community as part of their presentation. From left are LC ’19 graduates Shannon McGowan, Laurel Oaks Career Campus; Joshua Martin, First State Bank; Suzanna Haines, Southern State Community College; Jeanne Pope, City of Wilmington; Marian Miller, Clinton County Republican Party; Brady Stevens, American Legion and VFW; and Lance Beus, Clinton Memorial Hospital. Not shown are LC ’19 graduates Melissa Puckett, Ohio Living Cape May; and Dalton Wood, Stromberg Chiropractic.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_grads-with-bed.jpgThe Leadership Clinton Class of 2019 graduation ceremony and report to the community was held Tuesday evening at the Kelly Center of Wilmington College. The class project was building bunk beds for the nonprofit Sleep in Heavenly Peace, which provides beds for local children and families in need. The graduates are shown with a bed that they had earlier constructed, and they assembled it during their report to the community as part of their presentation. From left are LC ’19 graduates Shannon McGowan, Laurel Oaks Career Campus; Joshua Martin, First State Bank; Suzanna Haines, Southern State Community College; Jeanne Pope, City of Wilmington; Marian Miller, Clinton County Republican Party; Brady Stevens, American Legion and VFW; and Lance Beus, Clinton Memorial Hospital. Not shown are LC ’19 graduates Melissa Puckett, Ohio Living Cape May; and Dalton Wood, Stromberg Chiropractic. Tom Barr | News Journal

Guest speaker Josh Sams with Katie Wright.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_josh-and-katie.jpgGuest speaker Josh Sams with Katie Wright. Tom Barr | News Journal

Guest speaker Josh Sams related to the audience the large role that giving back to the community now plays in his life, after the many ways the community has given back to him and his family.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_josh-sams-speaks.jpgGuest speaker Josh Sams related to the audience the large role that giving back to the community now plays in his life, after the many ways the community has given back to him and his family. Tom Barr | News Journal

Jeff Murphy, owner of Murphy Advertising Co., is shown with family members after he was presented with Leadership Clinton’s Outstanding Community Leader Award for the many ways he gives back to the local community through volunteering.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_murphy-family.jpgJeff Murphy, owner of Murphy Advertising Co., is shown with family members after he was presented with Leadership Clinton’s Outstanding Community Leader Award for the many ways he gives back to the local community through volunteering. Tom Barr | News Journal

Jeff Murphy accepts a gift of a Leadership Clinton jacket as he was honored with the Outstanding Community Leader Award.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_murphy-jacket.jpgJeff Murphy accepts a gift of a Leadership Clinton jacket as he was honored with the Outstanding Community Leader Award. Tom Barr | News Journal

The Leadership Clinton Class of ’19, from left, Jeanne Pope, Brady Stevens, Suzanna Haines, Marian Miller, Joshua Martin, Shannon McGowan and Lance Beus. Not shown are Melissa Puckett and Dalton Wood.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_seven-graduates.jpgThe Leadership Clinton Class of ’19, from left, Jeanne Pope, Brady Stevens, Suzanna Haines, Marian Miller, Joshua Martin, Shannon McGowan and Lance Beus. Not shown are Melissa Puckett and Dalton Wood. Tom Barr | News Journal