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Heading up this program for the Lions was Bob Wallace, president-elect of the Fairfield Glade Lions Club and a former school administrator.
Wallace elected president of Fairfield Lions Club
Published May 6, 2004
SubmittedHolding their annual officer election on April 19, the Fairfield Glade Lions Club, the largest Lions club in Tennessee with 132 members, elected Bob Wallace, a retired educator from Belpre, Ohio, as their leader for the 2004-05 fiscal year.
A member of the club for four years, Lion Wallace has been a very involved member of the club since his
...Bob Wallace was born and raised in Bellaire, Ohio and graduated from Ohio University with a BS degree in education.He obtained his master's degree from Ball State University and a specialist's degree in education from OU.He started his teaching career in the Cleveland, OH area, then to Grove City, Fremont and finally to Belpre where he spent 21 years as principal of the high school.
Upon retirement, he
worked for another few years as principal of an elementary school, finally retiring for good in 2000 and moving to Fairfield Glade.His
wife, Marcia, is also an educator and taught elementary classes for 27 years.They have been married for 40 years, have three children and one grandchild.Lion Wallace was a member of the Belpre Lions Club before moving to Tennessee, and spent some time as a member of the city council and local school board after he retired.
Meredith will remain on the district's ...
Meredith will remain on the district's athletic council while the negotiating committee will be Bob Wallace and Leonard Wiggins.
Wallace and Meredith will serve on the superintendent evaluation committee and will evaluate Dunn as Wile and Wiggins will evaluate district treasurer Griffith.
* The board welcomed Wallace, a former Belpre city councilman, as the newest member.
Longtime community member Bob ...
Longtime community member Bob Wallace, 76, hopes to return to the board of education when his two-year term as an at-large city councilman ends in January.
"I have served on both city council and board of education in Belpre
more than once each and feel more comfortable on the BOE," Wallace
"The city council and administration are very good and doing a great job, and I hope to be able to help more with the schools."
was elected to this latest council term in 2011 after returning to the area from a 10-year stint living in Tennessee.
He previously served three four-year terms on the board of education and was the Belpre High School principal for 19 years before his 1993 retirement.
"I don't have any goals for another term on the board of education," he
"I just want to be there for the kids."
Incumbent Leonard Wiggins said he
wants to help the school district continue down its current path with a second term on the board.
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In addition, City Councilman Bob Wallace will be on hand to welcome the new Umpqua Bank store to the community with the official ribbon cutting ceremony.