NEW MPF OFFICERS ELECTED (2018)
Continues to serve as MPF President, serving a two-year term from 2107-2019
Will serve as Vice-President until re-election in 2019.
Treasurer Richard Adams resigned at the end of 2017. Dick was honored at the November Board of Trustees meeting. Joe Stoner acknowledged the long tenure of Dick who became a Trustee in 2010 and Treasurer of the MPF in 2013. Joe presented Dick with a Certificate of Appreciation, a pre-engraved brick for the MPF Walkway, a gift certificate to the National Exemplar, and an Antiques Roadshow DVD. All present gave Dick a standing ovation.
Rex Bevis will take over as Treasurer, relinquishing his duties as current Secretary.
Paul Mace will take over from Rex as Se cretary.
MPF WELCOMES NEW TRUSTEES TO 2017-2018 MPF BOARD OF TRUSTEES
MPF welcomed two new Trustees at its May 24 Board Meeting:
Gretchen Griffith. Gretchen moved to Mariemont six years ago with her husband and two children. She feels incredibly spoiled living steps away from the historic Resthaven Barn and the plentiful arts opportunities provided by the Women’s Art Club Cultural Center. She savors early summer mornings spent in her South 80 Community Garden plot and relishes preserving her harvest (pun intended). With a professional background in marketing, communications, and merchandising, Gretchen is eager to promote the unique historical and endearing qualities that make Mariemont a great place to visit, live, and work. She is a previous President of the Mariemont Preschool Parents Group and a regular volunteer at La Soupe.
Bob Van Stone. Bob Van Stone was born and raised in the Pittsburgh area. He graduated from Carnegie-Mellon University with a BS, MS, and PhD in Metallurgy and Materials Science. After graduate school, Bob worked for the General Electric Corporate Research Center in Schenectady, NY. In 1978, he transferred to GE Aircraft Engines in Evendale where he worked until his retirement as a Principal Engineer at the end of 2009. He published 44 technical papers during his career. Bob and his wife, Pat, moved from West Chester to Mariemont in 2013 to be close to their grandchildren and to live in a beautiful, unique community with strong values. Shortly after moving to Mariemont, they joined both the Mariemont Civic Association and Mariemont Preservation Foundation. For the past two years, Bob has volunteered about 4 hours per week with the Village Building Commissioner to transfer the voluminous Mariemont architectural records to electronic format so that they can be preserved and quickly retrieved. He has participated at village meetings to avoid the damage to Native American sites causes by the biking trails. He also volunteers at woodworking classes at the Mariemont Junior High School.
WE ARE EXCITED TO HAVE YOU ON BOARD!
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