Sue Devine and her husband Steve, a Marysville graduate, moved back to Marysville in 1994. Their three children, Stephanie, Paul and Connor, attended and graduated from Marysville Schools. Sue was the past Director of Finance and Development for the Union County Foundation, and currently serves on the Union County Chamber of Commerce Board of Trustees as the education representative. Sue has received both the Ohio School Boards Association Award of Achievement and Master Board Member Award (a lifetime distinction) based on her commitment to learning and leadership.
Amy Powers and her husband Mike have resided in Marysville for over 35 years. All three of their sons graduated from Marysville High School and currently reside in Marysville with their families. They also have eleven grandchildren. Amy is the Intensive Supervision Officer for the Union County Common Pleas Drug Court.
Dick Smith and his wife, Linda, have made Marysville their family's home since 1971. Their sons, Matt and Chris, attended and graduated from the Marysville Schools system. Currently, 4 of Dick’s 5 grandchildren attend Marysville Schools attending Bunsold, MHS and MECHS. Dick retired from Marysville Schools after teaching and coaching for thirty-nine years. He previously served the community on several boards for the Union County Courts as well as City commissions. Dick has earned the OSBA Award of Achievement 3 times, the 4 OSBA STAR Awards and will receive the Master School Board Award this Fall.
Brian Luke resides in Mill Valley with his wife, Barbara, and has two stepchildren attending the Marysville Schools. Formerly assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Dayton, Dr. Luke is co-owner of Luke Music Studios, here in Marysville, organist and choir director at Northwest United Methodist Church in Upper Arlington, and office manager at Barbara's law firm, Cabot Roubanes Luke Co., LPA.
Nan Savidge and her husband, Eric, have made Marysville their home since 2001. They are the parents of two children, Emily, Marysville Class of 2013 and Charlie, Marysville Class of 2017. After many years of working for Honda of America, most recently in the role of Planning and Communications, Nan will be dedicating time and talents to serving the School District, community and supporting her family.