Josh Blair has lived most of his life in Kenton County. From Edgewood Road to Orphanage Road, a few streets over to West Lakeside Ave, and for the past seven years in Erlanger, Josh’s roots are in this community. In 2001, Josh graduated from Beechwood High School, then completed a bachelor’s degree at Northern Kentucky University and a master’s degree at Ohio University. His family attended Blessed Sacrament Church.

Helping with the leaves at our Edgewood Road house.

Josh works as an adjunct professor of communication at NKU, Cincinnati State, and Xavier University. He is currently enrolled in the Deaf Studies Certificate program at Cincinnati State, where he is studying American Sign Language.

First Communion, Blessed Sacrament

Josh previously worked as the Public Information Officer for the Department of Public Safety at Syracuse University and as a Customer Services Representative at Fidelity Investments. In college Josh was a valet at Walt’s Hitching Post. If you dined there between 2001 and 2003, he probably parked your car.

Josh with his father, Troy, and his late stepmother, Lucinda.

Josh is a father of three. His son, Ian, is 11 and attends Turkeyfoot Middle School, where he plays in the select band. His 9-year-old twin daughters, Cara & Lily, attend Caywood Elementary School, and are members of Girl Scout Troop #7395. They have a golden retriever named Ruby.

Christmas time at 9 W. Lakeside Ave.

Member – Beechwood Band Boosters
Member – Caywood Elementary PTA
Member – Turkeyfoot Middle School Indians Club (PTO)
Member – Villa Hills Civic Club
Member – Friends of Kenton County Public Library

Endorsed – United Automobile Workers (UAW)
Endorsed – United Mine Workers of America (UMWA)
Endorsed – Kentucky State AFL-CIO
Endorsed – Northern Kentucky Labor Council

On the front steps of Beechwood with Ruby.