Need help thinking of a “Hanover Hero” for the Parade?

Your Hanover Hero can be living or deceased, historic or current, famous or not famous, born in Hanover or not.  Athletes, teachers, artists, police officers, fire fighters, actors, musicians, writers and others are also great selections!

Eunice D Bundy Teacher & Principal of Hanover Training School
Henry Clay Attorney and Statesman
D B Cox (left) Ashland entrepreneur
Walter & Herbert Cross Cross Bros Grocery
 Martha Ann Fields Slave from “Nutshell Plantation” who escaped in 1863 with her children
John Fleming First African American on the Hanover County School Board
Dick Gillis Long-time Mayor of Ashland who coined the phrase “Center of the Universe”
Patrick Henry Attorney, Governor and Orator known for “Give Me Liberty or Give My Death”
Betsy Tinsley Hogg Landowner, free woman of color
Lynne Hughes Founder & CEO– Comfort Zone Camp
James N Luck Founder Luck Chevrolet 1916
Lester Jackson Organized Hanover Training School’s first baseball team, played professionally
Lt Marie Kemp Ashland Police Officer
Pete & Nancy Kilgore, Muriel McAuley Actors – Barksdale Theatre
Erron Kinney NFL Football Player, Fire Chief in Norfolk MA
Jay Pace Herald Progress Newspaper editor and mentor
Nina Peace Judge