Loveland, Ohio – In announcing that Sam David will be the Grand Marshal of the 2018 Loveland High School Homecoming Parade, Loveland Athletic Boosters’ Parade Coordinator Tori Morrison said, “As you know Sam has done a lot for our schools and community and we look forward to honoring him.”
The Parade is on Thursday, September 13 at 6:30 PM. The Homecoming game will be on Friday, September 14 at 7 PM vs the Withrow Tigers.
Grand Marshal Sam David has lived in Loveland since 2009 and had two kids graduate from Loveland High School.
Booster President Jeff Williams said, “Sam David has been the most generous person I know in dealing with the community and the students of Loveland. Sam has donated hundreds of hours to our community in volunteer hours and also personal investments over the years. Sam is all about Loveland.”
David began working for Larosas at the age of 16 and became General Manager of the Loveland store in 1985. In 1989 he became one of the owners. Since then he has joined his brother in owning six locations. He is on the Little Miami River Chamber Alliance Board of Directors.
Upon hearing about the choice of Grand Marshal, Loveland School Superintendent Amy Crouse said, “Sam is a great choice. He genuinely cares about the whole Tiger experience for our students and staff. He is one of our biggest cheerleaders both academically and in sports.”
David will be honored at halftime of the Homecoming Game with this statement:
He has served the Loveland Athletic Boosters as Director of Banner Sales, and more recently spent four years as 2nd Vice President. He has mentored countless kids over the years and is always willing to give of his time. He is currently a part of the Building Tiger Nation Committee.
Over the years he has made many donations to Loveland athletics and other activities. He and Michelle Petit are major donors to both the Tiger Turf and the Fitness Center. We as a community cannot thank Sam enough for all he has done and continues to do.
Please join us in honoring Sam David who is accompanied by his granddaughter Charli Jo.
The Parade starts at the Moose Lodge Hall on East Loveland Avenue, continues on West Loveland Avenue, to Rich Road, and ends at #1 Tiger Trail at Loveland High School. The annual Powder Puff football game will be held at Tiger Stadium immediately following the parade.
“Sam works for the betterment of the Tiger experience for all students. He treats all students with kindness and respect,” said Loveland High School Principal Peggy Johnson.
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