OctoberTaste 2019

Supporters of There Goes My Hero celebrated the nonprofit’s 10th year with a party at the Lord Baltimore Hotel that featured tastings from local restaurants paired by various beverages.

Folks noshed and networked in the hotel’s Versailles room, while raising money to save lives, provide hope and help those impacted by blood cancer.
Pictured (LtoR) Michele Billum, The Option Group office manager; Ellen Platt, The Option Group owner; Erick Sauer, There Goes My Hero founder/board chair; and Richard Dix, S2 Financial Partners financial advisor
Pictured (LtoR) Jessica Gignac, There Goes My Hero board member/event chair; and Stephanie Cupp, There Goes My Hero community outreach coordinator
Pictured (LtoR) George Hall, There Goes My Hero board member; and Michele Bresnick Walsh, Gordon Feinblatt partner/There Goes My Hero past president
Pictured (LtoR) Greg Caruso, Harvest Business Advisors principal; Bernard Conaway, Atradius manager; and Noel Barber, Beyond Business Solutions investment analyst
Pictured (LtoR) Linda Cromwell, retired business owner; and Herb Cromwell, Community Behavioral Health Association of Maryland retired executive director
Pictured (LtoR) Kenae Johnson, Pangea Real Estate property manager; Bert Giannaccini, Kelly manager of account management; and Josh Freeman, Kelly consultant
Pictured (LtoR) Mike Bullock, Amtote director of IT; and Julia Woods, Kennedy Krieger Institute behavior analyst
Pictured (LtoR) Tom Hagigh, Janney Montgomery Scott financial advisor; and Steve Nuetzel, Wells Fargo Advisors managing director of investments/There Goes My Hero board member
(October 10, 2019 – Lord Baltimore Hotel)
Sloane Brown

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