Education & Family
Randy Oppenheimer is the retired executive director of communications for Lakota Schools. He graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. in Finance. He worked as a policy analyst in the computer industry and then as a journalist for papers in Cincinnati, Middletown and Fairfield before serving as communications director for the Fairfield School District. From there, he moved to Lakota Schools until retiring. He has been married to Cathy for 43 years, and they have two children and two grandchildren. Randy also serves on the board of Community First Solutions in Hamilton, with a particular interest in improving the quality of life for seniors.
Education & Family
Tom Farrell was born and raised in Mentor, Ohio just east of Cleveland. He graduated
from the University of Dayton with a Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering.
After graduation he stayed in Dayton to take a job with Harris Graphics as a service
engineer. Tom then attended a company-sponsored graduate program at the Harris
University of Florida and graduated from their School of Business Administration.
When Tom left Harris he took a job at Pioneer Standard Electronic in Dayton where he
worked for nine years and was a regional sales manager there before starting a new
computer business in West Chester in 1992.
Tom met his wife Kim in the spring of 1989 in Dayton and they were married on August
25, 1990. Tom and Kim are proud parents of three children, Chelsea, Brady and Kyle. Family is everything to the Farrells and any one of them will tell you that family always comes first. Tradition is also very important to the Farrells. Growing up with parents who stressed the foundation of family values and community involvement, it is apparent that those values and community involvement have been carried on by Tom and his family.
Family Comes First.
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