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From the Desk of Mayor Hardman

Fire fighter-paramedic Jeff Vaughn has served the City of Sharonville for over 20 years. During that entire time and for a decade prior, he has served his country as a member of the United States Air Force rising to the rank of Senior Master Sergeant. At the end of May, SMSgt Vaughn retired after 33-years of service to our country. SMSgt Vaughn’s military career included support in Operation Desert Storm, Iraqi Freedom, among several others. During his three decades of service, he logged nearly one full year of flight time. It was my honor to recognize SMSgt Vaughn’s service at a recent council meeting and declare a day in his honor.

Thanks to your support, the City of Sharonville is able to make opportunities available for City employees to serve city and country beyond just their normal work duties. Whether it be in reserve duty for our nation’s armed forces, volunteering for a trash pick-up, or providing lunch duty assistance at Sharonville schools, your City employees make a difference in the lives of so many. This comes as no suprise, though, because their dedication only mimics that of the residents and businesses of our community.

There are so many “unsung heroes” in this City who everyday provide a little extra something to help out a neighbor. I’ve had the pleasure to watch groups of Sharonville friends coordinate a food truck festival to support a little girl’s terminal cancer diagnosis, churches come together to provide tutoring and food for our local elementary school, and the Festival of Sharonville’s annual July gathering (SharonFest) that raises thousands of dollars for local non-profit organizations. We are a City that values a giving heart. For that, I am grateful and proud to serve this City - THE place to live, work and play!

Hardman Family