April 7, 2011
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Board of Trustees undergoes changes with new appointments, re-elections, and retirements
CINCINNATI- Cincinnati Museum Center’s Board of Trustees underwent some changes earlier this year as several trustees completed their term and new appointments were made.
Acknowledgement and thanks is extended to A. David Davis, Merrie Stewart Stillpass and George Vincent, who moved off of the board in January after serving their terms.
George H. Vincent, managing partner of Dinsmore and Shohl, LLP, was appointed to General Counsel.
John Baumann, president and CEO of Ampac, was appointed chair of the Finance and Audit Committee.
Ed Shirley, vice chair of Global Beauty and Grooming at The Procter & Gamble Company, was elected as a trustee.
Trustees re-elected for a three-year term include: Edward D. Diller, partner-in-charge, Cincinnati office of Taft, Stettinius & Hollister LLP; David E. Foxx, CEO of d.e. Foxx & Associates, Inc.; Gary Z. Lindgren, executive director of the Cincinnati Business Committee; Thomas Quinn, general counsel and chief development officer of the Ilsco Corporation; Yvonne C. Robertson, civic leader; Steven C. Steinman, president of Moellering Industries; and Albert W. Vontz III, co-chairman of Heidelberg Distributing Company.
Trustees R. Keith Harrison, global supply officer at The Procter & Gamble Company, and Gregory C. Wolf, senior vice president of the Duke Energy Corporation, were also re-elected for an additional one-year term.
About Cincinnati Museum Center
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal is a nationally recognized institution dedicated to sparking community dialogue, insight and inspiration. As one of the top cultural attractions in the Midwest, Cincinnati Museum Center has served as an educational, research and entertainment resource to millions of visitors from around the world. Organizations within Museum Center include the Cincinnati History Museum, Duke Energy Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History & Science, the Robert D. Lindner Family OMNIMAX® Theater, and the Cincinnati Historical Society Library. These organizations combine to serve more than one million visitors annually, reaching out to nearly 400,000 young people through hands-on exhibits and programs. Originally built in 1933 as a train station, Union Terminal stands as one of the last remaining grand-scale Art Deco style railroad terminals. The building is a National Historic Landmark and was renovated and reopened as Cincinnati Museum Center in 1990. For information, call 1-800-733-2077 or visit www.cincymuseum.org.