6th Annual Taste for Life – There Goes My Hero

6th Annual Taste for Life – There Goes My Hero

February 9, 2017 – Pier 5 Hotel

Pictured (LtoR) Michele Bresnick Walsh, There Goes My Hero president; Sharalyn Luciani, retired teacher; Barry Luciani, Howard Bank senior vice president; and Mike Kelly, Kelly Benefits Strategies vice president

Pictured (LtoR) Sid Pezer, Nationwide Equities branch manager; Erik Sauer, There Goes My Hero founder/board chair; and Rob Clark, Nationwide Equities branch manager

Pictured (LtoR) Joe Cuddy, Capital One vice president; John Wunder, Abacus Solutions Group division president; and Mike Bullock, AmTote director of IT

Pictured (LtoR) Katherine Gavin, T. Rowe Price general manager; Shirley Mowery, There Goes My Hero board member; and Debby Spear, Gross Mendelsohn, director of practice development

Pictured (LtoR) Craig Spurrier, Wines That Rock vice president of digital marketing; Kathleen Nuetzel, community volunteer; and Steve Nuetsel, There Goes My Hero board member

Pictured (LtoR) Angela Bradley, SDI college recruiter; Cheryl Middleton, freelance business consultant; and Scott Wable, Jean Pool owner

Pictured (LtoR) Jonathan B. Fishbeck, There Goes My Hero board member; Denise Sullivan, Urban Green Environmental principal; and Sarah Hoff, Sliding Edge president

Pictured (LtoR) William Stevens, McQuade Consulting managing director; and Janine DiPaula Stevens, 720 Montford president

Heroic Hoodang (February 9, 2017) The “6th Annual Taste of Life” was an evening full of networking, nibbling hors d’oeuvres and sampling bourbons and craft beers – all to raise money for There Goes My Hero foundation, which provides support to leukemia patients and their families.

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.