2014 Honorees

Joe Boling & Dr. John H. Cook III

Joe Boling

Joe Boling is a soldier, banker and a friend of Loudoun County and its people.   Perhaps best known for his service as Chairman of Middleburg Financial Corporation and President of Middleburg Bank, he chaired the Virginia Bankers Association for a decade.

A Rotarian for a quarter century and counting, he has served on the Loudoun Hospital Board and the Loudoun Economic Development Council.  He chaired the NOVA Loudoun project to fund the re-opening of the INOVA Cornwall campus, the Windy Hill Foundation, and the county’s CEO Cabinet. A recipient of the Good Scout Award and Chamber Service Award, he was awarded the Golden Helix by the Ladies Board of Inova Loudoun Hospital.

A highly decorated infantry officer he was awarded three bronze stars for valor in Vietnam.

View his video below.


Dr. John H. Cook III

Dr. John Cook has served Loudoun county not only as a world-class physician but as a moving force in the development of modern medical care in one of the nation’s fastest growing counties. The product of a World War II and Korea era Marine family, Dr. Cook first served his country as a sailor:  a Naval Academy graduate and a highly decorated submarine commander. He became a doctor at 37, an internist, with special interest in critical care and geriatric medicine.  He was a driving force in the creation of the medical office building at what was then the “new” Loudoun Hospital at Lansdowne, then co-led the design and construction of the Cornwall Pavilion on the Inova campus is Leesburg.

View his video below.