Each year since 2007, the Mosby Heritage Area Association awards one or more distinctions as “Heritage Heroes” to local citizens who have made an important contribution or lifetime of contributions to the Mosby Heritage Area. These citizens exemplify true understanding of the historical resources of the region and deep commitment to preserving them. Their selfless efforts as stewards make them heritage heroes.
Heritage Heroes 2017—Fauquier-Loudoun Garden Club and Friends of the Ball's Bluff Battlefield
Heritage Heroes 2016—Mary Thomason-Morris, Al Van Huyck; Educator of the Year—Richard Deardoff
Heritage Heroes 2015—Gayle DeLashmutt, Tom DeLashmutt, Paul Ziluca
Heritage Heroes 2014—Scott Kasprowicz and David Blake with MHAA President Childs Burden and Piedmont Environmental Council Executive Director Chris Miller
Heritage Heroes 2013—Bob Fishback, Mary Fishback, Bob Lee, Mitch Diamond
Heritage Heroes 2012—Bob Sinclair, Su Webb, Walter Nicklin, Lori Kimball
Heritage Heroes 2011—Janet Whitehouse and Hope Porter
Heritage Hero 2010—Unison Preservation Society
Heritage Heroes 2009—Karen Hughes White
Heritage Heroe 2008—Senator John Warner
Heritage Hero 2007—Robert H. Smith
Photograph at top: Mount Bleak house, circa 1843, at Sky Meadows State Park. The farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.