by David Miller
Loveland, Ohio – In a unanimous vote last evening the Loveland School Board hired (pending contract approval) Bradley Neavin as an Interim Superintendent until a permanent replacement for Dr. Amy Crouse can be found.
In an answer to the question of what Neavin will be paid, Board President Kathy Lorenz told Loveland Magazine this afternoon that, Neavin’s “contract details will most likely be approved next week at a special meeting.”
Crouse’s last day is February 9. She resigned in December. Neavin will begin working on February 10.
Speaking on the selection of a permanent superintendent, Lorenz said, “I believe we will begin with a search as early as February 2nd in a scheduled work session.”
Neavin most recently served as Superintendent of Vandalia-Butler City Schools from 2013-2017. From 2007-2013 he served as Superintendent of Eaton Community Schools. Neavin has spent 32 years in education as a superintendent, principal, assistant principal, and band director before retiring in 2017.
Neavin’s LinkedIn profile says he is retired and was an account executive with Energy Optmizers, USA from September of 2017 until October 2018 and lives in Eaton, Ohio.
Bradley Neavin’s Education:
Ohio University ( Bachelor of Music Education) 1980 – 1985
Miami University in Oxford (Superintendent Licensure and Education Leadership) 2003 – 2007
Wright State University (Master of Education, Educational Leadership and Administration) 1997 – 1999
Graduated from Steubenville High School in 1980