Riverside recognizes Harvey, Johnston for Service


For the Miami Valley Today

MIAMI COUNTY — The Miami County Board of Developmental Disabilities, also known as Riverside, recognized two local attorneys for outstanding service at their latest Board Meeting.

First, Riverside recognized local attorney Randal Harvey for consistently going above the call of duty in his service as a guardian for nine people Miami County residents with developmental disabilities who are served by Riverside.

“Randy’s exemplary efforts have a significant positive impact on each person in his care,” said Brian Green, Riverside superintendent. “He is known for putting in many long hours, showing up to events and even jumping into emergency situations to advocate for the person involved. We are fortunate to have him serving alongside us for so many individuals.”

Next, Riverside recognized local attorney Andrew Johnston for his service as a member of its board. His term comes to an end on Dec. 31, 2021. Johnston has been a member of the Riverside Board since 2010, participating in many committees and serving as vice president during this last term.

“Andrew’s wisdom has contributed greatly to many important decisions over the past decade, and we are grateful he shared his time and talents with us,” Green said.

Ben Thaeler from Congressman Warren Davidson’s office and Charlotte Colley from the Miami County Commissioners’ office joined the Riverside Board to present Johnston with letters of commendation in addition to Riverside’s certificate of gratitude, presented by Riverside Board President Lori Meyer.

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