Euclid resident for 45 years with his wife Penny where they raised three children. He is an associate regional solicitor with the U.S. Labor Department. He enjoys gardening and spoiling his grandchildren. His favorite all-time book is Catch 22 by Joseph Heller.
Euclid resident for 40 years with wife, Denise and children Matthew and Megan. Jerry is retired but now works for his wife, a wedding planner, at McPherson Events and Design. He enjoys working on model boats, planes and trains during the winter and gardening in the summer. His favorite all-time book is Rascal by Sterling North. His favorite magazine is "Gardens Illustrated" from England.
Euclid resident for 6 years with his wife Nicole and son. He is a lawyer in the field of bankruptcy, divorce and criminal law at the Law Offices of Allen C. Hufford in Euclid. In his free time, Mr. Hufford enjoys gardening, practicing mock trials, cooking and reading. His favorite all-time book is A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving.
Euclid resident for 20 years with his wife Deborah. He works as a technical expert for the Social Security Administration. He enjoys ballroom dancing and playing handball. His favorite all-time book is Animal Farm by George Orwell.
Euclid resident for 9 years with his wife Sue. He has owned, and been the principal agent, for Nationwide Insurance in Euclid for 36 years. His hobbies include running, skiing, boating, motorcycles and working around his home and yard. His favorite all-time book is The Holy Bible.
Euclid resident for 10 years. She is employed by the Cuyahoga County as an Eligibility Specialist. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her children, exercising and reading. Her favorite all-time book is A Purpose Driven Life by Richard Warren.
Euclid resident for 18 years. Her leisure time is spent home decorating and planning events.
She is active in the community and enjoys working with others to accomplish goals.
One of her favorite books is Live Your Dreams by Les Brown.
The Euclid Public Library Board of Trustees
meets the third Tuesday of every month
at 7:00 p.m. The public is welcome to attend.