Thomas W. Schmidt is a manufacturing veteran with many years of leadership in numerous local plants, including Barbco, Inc.; Harrison Paint; Heinemann Saw Co., and Georgia Pacific. At Barbco, he is the operations manager. While at Georgia Pacific, he led two ISO 9001 certifications, both resulting in “On The Spot” certifications, which occurs less than 2% of the time.
Andrea Legg is the new director of the North Canton Public Library. A Stark County native, she graduated from Canton Central Catholic High School and Malone University before pursuing her Master’s of Library and Information Science degree at Kent State University. She lives in the Dover area with her husband and son.
This summer is going to look a little different than last year. But there’s no rule saying beach reads can’t be enjoyed on the front porch. Dig out the mini umbrellas, add one to a homemade cocktail and escape into a new book.
Lisa Dalpiaz is the Director of Marketing and Air Service Development at the Akron-Canton Airport. She works hand-in-hand with airlines to bring flights to the region, all while introducing the community to the aviation world through meaningful connections. When she’s not at CAK, she’s out and about exploring Northeast Ohio with her husband, Eric, daughter, Emery, and son, Ethan.
Ryan Miller is the owner/operator of Deli Ohio in downtown Canton. Aside from running the restaurant, Ryan enjoys spending time with his two daughters, Lillian and Eleanor, and wife, Ashten. In addition to Deli Ohio, he also owns and redevelops commercial property in Canton and is a co-owner of 405 Wellness. Ryan lives, works and plays in Canton.
Mary Jo Harroff, acting executive director, joined Girls on the Run in 2008 as a coach and fundraiser when she lived in Chicago. Upon returning to Canton, she immediately volunteered as a coach for girls and quickly became involved with the organization’s growth as a member of the board and now as the acting volunteer executive director. Girls on the Run inspires girls in grades 3 through 8 to recognize their inner strength and celebrate what makes them one of a kind.
Cristina Sicard recently graduated from the University of Georgia (go dawgs), attaining a Master of Arts in Teaching Early Childhood Education preK-5. She considers herself a “Bob-Dawg” because she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Ohio University (go bobcats). Going from Athens, Ohio, to Athens, Georgia, resulted in all kinds of crazy, beautiful moments.
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