Schedel Gardens’ Foundation Takes On New Directors

. April 30, 2018.
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Schedel Gardens’ Foundation shakes things up

There is something about spring that makes everything feel fresh and new, so it is fitting the Schedel Gardens’ Foundation is making some major changes with new, positive energy.

In an effort to guarantee a bright future for the 17-acre Schedel Arboretum and Gardens post-recession and in response to federal tax policy changes, the foundation appointed three new directors to the board: Dean Monske, president and CEO of the Regional Growth Partnership, Lane Williamson, managing partner of the Eastman & Smith law firm and Paul Toth, President and CEO of the Toledo-Lucas Port Authority. According to Board President Phil Rudolph Jr., the appointment of the three new board members makes the board’s “sphere of influence far-reaching.”

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