The Loudermilk family and employees attended a reception on August 15th, 2018 that celebrated the generosity of Charlie Loudermilk and his long-time friendship with Amb. Andy Young.  The reception took place at the Commerce Club, where there was a short program emceed by Tom Johnson who called on Maria Saporta to lead Mr. Loudermilk and Amb. Young lead a short discussion on the history of their friendship and after the discussion, they unveiled portraits of Mr. Loudermilk and Amb, painted by artist Ross Rossin. The original portraits will hang at Georgia Public Broadcasting outside of the Young Foundation.

A few members of the Loudermilk family, LCO employees and a few of their family and friends participated in the Atlanta’s Finest 5K that was held on August 18, 2018, in downtown Atlanta, which was sponsored by the Atlanta Police Foundation.
The Loudermilk family, friends and employees enjoy giving back to the city of Atlanta and participating in events that benefits organizations in the city and surrounding areas.
Names to the faces, from left to right and in the back row, Blake Gardner, Robin Loudermilk, Dana Dunham, Aaron Mellman (red bandana) , Brian Lu, Jarvis Davis, Austin Jensen, and Charlie Loudermilk III;  next row, Chappell Loudermilk (red top), Frances Loudermilk, Elizabeth Nix (blonde), Kelly Moore (blue hat), Alex Pigg and Jason Boswell,  front row, Kelley Holz, Casey Boswell and Terry Bellocchio (squatting).