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  1. May 3, 2017
    Gettysburg Foundation Announces New Board Member

    Gettysburg Foundation Announces New Board Member

    Gettysburg, PA (May 1, 2017) — Gettysburg Foundation proudly announces the appointment of new board member, attorney Stuart Haney. “We are pleased to welcome Stuart to our Gettysburg Foundation team,” states Robert A. Kinsley, Chairman of Gettysburg Foundation’s Board of Directors. “His professional background and knowledge about and appreciation for our nation’s Civil War history is a great addition as we continue moving our mission forward to keep Gettysburg preserved, protected and relevant for present and future generations.”

    Mr. Haney previously served as in house counsel to Jack Kent Cooke and his companies including, The Washington Redskins, The Chrysler Building in New York, The Los Angeles Daily News and Elmendorf Farm. Mr. Haney also served as co-executor of Jack Kent Cooke’s estate. In addition, Mr. Haney was formerly President and COO of Salamander Farms in Middleburg, VA. He currently serves as a founding board member of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and is Chairman of the Board of The Journey Through Hallowed Ground, a National Heritage Site and National Scenic Byway.

    Originally from Topeka, KS, he holds a LLM in Tax from Georgetown University and a JD from Washburn University School of Law. He received his BS in Hotel Administration from the Cornell School of Hotel Administration.

    Stuart and his wife, Paula, currently reside in Leesburg, VA with their son, Colton.

    Gettysburg Foundation is a non-profit educational organization working in partnership with the National Park Service to enhance preservation and understanding of the heritage and lasting significance of Gettysburg. The Foundation raised funds for and now operates the Museum and Visitor Center at Gettysburg National Military Park. In addition to operating the Museum and Visitor Center, the Foundation has a broad preservation mission that includes land, monument and artifact preservation and battlefield rehabilitation—all in support of the National Park Service’s goals at Gettysburg.

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