John Louallen grew up in South Lebanon, Ohio. He attended public schools, played sports and from an early age learned to love and value hard work and family. He grew up working with his father on construction sites and this work carried him through high school and college.
In 2000, John graduated from the college of Education at the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Science. From 2000 to 2007, John served at the Warren County Sheriff’s Office in Warren County, Ohio. During his tenure at the Sheriff’s Office, John was able to work directly with the community, leading individuals in difficult situations, making tough decisions and confronting change head on.
Since 2007, John has been working as a Federal Contractor leading a team of investigators in the identification and prosecution of Medicare and Medicaid Fraud. John works with Federal authorities, the legitimate provider community, and Medicare beneficiaries to successfully combat the continued fraudulent behavior that threatens the stability of our Federal Healthcare Programs.
John and his wife Leah live in Pegram with their daughter Kennedy and son Bret. Kennedy will be a sophomore at Harpeth High School and Bret will be an 8th grader at Harpeth Middle School. Both children attended Pegram Elementary. John has been involved with the community by volunteering with the South Cheatham Youth Football League, South Cheatham Little League, Pegram Youth Basketball Association, and Pegram Emergency Management Board. He also enjoys working with various programs at Harpeth Middle and High School.
The current lack of leadership and inconsistency in our school system concerns John. As a concerned parent he is seeking to represent the fifth district on the Cheatham County School Board. John will provide steadfast leadership and confront the issues that impact the children of Cheatham County.
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