The Living Legacy Foundation of the Loudonville Public Library has named two new members to its board of trustees.
John E. Miller, recently retired superintendent of the Loudonville-Perrysville Schools, and Matt Ogden, officer at the Farmers and Savings Bank of Loudonville, join the nonprofit charity's board.
Miller is a member of the Ashland County Community Foundation Board of Trustees and serves on its scholarship committee and chairs the Hess Fund committee.
He was superintendent of the school district for 18 years. A graduate of Miami University, Miller lives in Loudonville with his wife, Penny, and son, Rob.
Ogden is a graduate of Triway Local Schools and Ashland University. He is a member of the Wayne County Children's Advocacy Board, Wayne Holmes Mental Health and Recovery Board and Wayne County Republican Party Executive Committee.
He lives in Wooster and is a Wooster Township trustee.
The Living Legacy Foundation trustees build financial security for the library and is responsible for the promotion and solicitation of financial donations to preserve the library for future generations.
To learn more about the foundation, go to email@example.com or call 419-994-5531, ext. 121.