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Bob Wallace

President

Fairfield Glade Lions Club

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Fairfield Glade Lions Club

Background Information

Employment History

Industrial Arts Teacher

Harry E. Davis Junior High


Principal

Barlow Vincent Elementary School


Affiliations

Porterfield Baptist Church

Member


Belpre High School

Principal


Education

BS degree

education

Ohio University


master's degree

Ball State University


specialist's degree

education

OU


Web References(12 Total References)


2013 Outstanding Alumnus - Bellaire High School Alumni Association

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Robert I. Wallace '55
Robert I. Wallace '55 The Bellaire High School Alumni Association honored Robert I. Wallace, Class of 1955, as the 2013 Outstanding Alumnus at the annual banquet held in May. Mr. Wallace was recognized for his work in the field of education and being a true humanitarian. Bob attended Ohio University graduating in 1962 with a BS in Education. He went on to receive his M.A. in Education from Ball State University in 1969 and completed requirements for Specialist in School Administration from Ohio University in 1971. Bob began his teaching career in 1962 when he accepted a position at Harry E. Davis Junior High in Cleveland as an Industrial Arts teacher. He moved on to BrookparkJunior High in the Southwestern City School District in Grove City before moving to Fremont to teach at W.W. Ross High School. In 1970 Bob relocated to Belpre, Ohio when he accepted the position of Assistant Principal and Athletic Director. In 1974 he was named Principal of Belpre High School, a position he held until 1993. Bob taught education classes and supervised student teachers for Ohio University from 1993 - 1995. In 1995 Bob became a principal at Barlow Vincent Elementary School and in 1997 Little Hocking Elementary School both in the Warren Local School District. While serving as principal at Belpre High School Bob started the following clubs and organizations. The Academic Excellence Recognition Organization (AERO) which recognized outstanding students and presented them with pins, medals, and letters similar to athletic letters that they could wear proudly on their jackets. At the first banquet to honor the AERO students, Bob had Dr. Ed Jennings, President of The Ohio State University as the speaker. Bob and his wife, Marcia, moved to Tennessee in 2000. He immediately became involved in the Fairfield Glade Lions Club. He instituted a Student of the Month program in two county high schools. Nearly $90,000 has been awarded in both localities with Student of the Month programs. Over the years Bob has been involved in many community and civic organizations in Belpre including Jaycees, Kiwanis, United Way, Associated Charities, and Lions. While living in Tennessee he was president of the Fairfield Glade Lions, the largest Lions Club in the state. Bob is a member of the Porterfield Baptist Church and has served the church in a number of capacities over the years. He ran for public office on several occasions and served as a Belpre Councilman and served two terms on the Board of Education of Belpre City Schools and was a representative to the Washington County Joint Vocational School District. He was appointed to the 694 Board of Washington County for two terms serving the handicapped students and adults of Washington County. Bob has received many awards during his tenure as an educator including a crystal apple from Shell Oil Company for being the outstanding educator at Belpre High School and the Melvin Jones Fellow awarded by Lions International. PAST RECIPIENTS 2013 Robert I. Wallace '55, Education, Humanitarian


Community

www.crossville-chronicle.com [cached]

Heading up this program for the Lions was Bob Wallace, president-elect of the Fairfield Glade Lions Club and a former school administrator.


Community

www.crossville-chronicle.com [cached]

Wallace elected president of Fairfield Lions ClubPublished May 6, 2004SubmittedHolding 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 entrance.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.


2015 Achievement - Bellaire High School Alumni Association

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Robert L. Wallace '68


2014 Outstanding Alumnus - Bellaire High School Alumni Association

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2013 Robert I. Wallace '55, Education, Humanitarian


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