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52 SAVANNAH
WAY S H S F S E R V E D
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HSF ANNUAL REPORT 2014
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Dear HSF Member:
On behalf of the Board of Trustees and Staff of Historic Savannah
Foundation, we extend warm greetings and sincere thanks for your
support of our mission and operations in 2014.
There are 52 weeks in a year and HSF packed each one with success—
even in the path of an array of hurdles. From challenges to the Height
Map and a green light for more hotels along River Street to the sale
of half of Broughton Street to a private developer, HSF was up to its
neck in issues. And from our Revolving Fund’s purchase and sale of
endangered buildings along Whitaker Street to a well-received Realtor
training workshop, we went a long way towards fulfilling our mission.
In the Chinese tradition, 2014 was the Year of the Horse. Given all we
accomplished this past year, we think it’s appropriate because HSF was
a workhorse! In Chinese lore, the horse is one who makes unremitting
efforts to improve oneself. It is energetic, bright, warm-hearted and
able. We agree. And we continue to plod along.
We’re not taking credit for ourselves. We’re acknowledging and
thanking you—our members and supporters—for giving us the
necessary horsepower to make 2014 a success. Your encouragement,
your resources, your helping hands, and your belief in us propels us
forward. As you read this report of 52 successes and 12 outstanding
highlights, do so with pride because you helped all of this happen in
one form or another. If you were a docent at the Davenport House; if
you donated to our Annual Appeal; if you helped during Preservation
Festival; if you bought a ticket to our Gala; if you helped clean up
a veteran’s cottage on Henry Lane; or if you helped pick up litter in
Cuyler-Brownville…you advanced HSF.
Thank you for the confidence you placed in us and our programs.
Preservation is a chore…like plowing a field. Hold the reins tight, keep
a straight line and press on from sunup to sundown. It’s hard work, but
we never tire because you are with us every step of the way.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Auditor’s Report
Financial Statement
12 Months of Succcess
Household Members
13th Colony Members
Corporate Members
Past Presidents
2013-2014 Board of Trustees
Staff
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27
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Sincerely,
Kathy Horne
Chair, Board of Trustees
HSF ANNUAL REPORT 2014
Daniel G. Carey
President & CEO
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1
HSF brings
President of
NTHP, Stephanie
Meeks, as keynote
speaker at 2013
Annual Meeting
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8
11
12
13
16
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2
HSF’s Gala showcases
Bethesda Academy
3
HSF 2013 Annual Appeal
raises funds for fulfilling
our mission
HSF 2013 Annual Report receives praise throughout community
6
9
HSF engages Atlanta leaders at
the Georgia State Capital during
Savannah Chatham Day
HSF inspires
young professionals
with 13th Colony
Architectural Pub
Crawl
HSF expands diversity
through proactive
Volunteer Recruitment
Program
7
HSF engages more
than 800 runners
in the Race for
Preservation
10
HSF receives
The Rotary Club
of Savannah Century
Service Award for
HOHP Equipment
Davenport House carries out
archaeological dig on site
yielding interesting artifacts
HSF gives Hands on History Program Students a unique opportunity to tour Savannah’s Port
Davenport House shares rich program with community on Super Museum Sunday
HSF enlightens SCCPSS
Savannah Early College
Students with a Field Trip
to Davenport House
14
HSF awards middle school
student Odysseus Dingle with
first prize Pres Fest Poster Contest
during SCCPSS Board Meeting
17
18 19
HSF receives increased funding from
Gulfstream for Hands on History Program
Davenport House raises record
results at the annual Oyster
Roast hosted at Lebanon
Plantation
20
22
24
15
HSF strengthens
membership
communications
by implementing
redeveloped outreach
Initiatives
HSF lends hands to a wounded
warrior family to clean-up unique
historic carriage house
HSF engages the community with National
Preservation Conference Program Development
21
Davenport House provides a unique educational experience with their Lafayette Fete
HSF contributes to ongoing preservation efforts with proceeds of the 79th Annual Tour of Homes & Gardens
HSF’s 13th Colony partners
with Savannah Tree
Foundation to plant trees in
Thomas Square neighborhood
HSF invests in communication
enhancements to keep
community better informed:
Facebook, Twitter, Newsletters,
E-Blasts
23
25
HSF establishes partnership with TourismLeadership
Council for the National Preservation Conference
Davenport House
develops skills and
character in our youth
through flourishing
JI Program
26
HSF co-hosts the
first Slave Dwelling
Project Community
Luncheon
27
HSF acknowledges the best in Preservation with annual Preservation Awards Ceremony
HSF publicly
announces Capital
Campaign results of
$1.3M raised of
$1.5 M goal
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33
28
29
HSF contracts
comprehensive
Economic Impact Study
with industry leader
Don Rypkema
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35
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38
42
40
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13th Colony partners with Chamber
of Commerce’s Launch Savannah for
educational programing
HSF and Development Committee provides
more sustainable support with new fundraising
model for Gala
HSF contributes to ongoing
preservation efforts with
proceeds of the 79th Annual
Tour of Homes & Gardens
HSF inspires and
motivates the next
generation at Hands on
History Summer Camp
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43 44
HSF increases
productivity with
technology updates
and advances
HSF develops
educational tour
focusing on early
preservationists in
Savannah
HSF updates archives by digitization
HSF achieves Gold status on
GuideStar
HSF completes
comprehensive
Easement inspections
on over 350 properties
HSF partners
with Habitat for
Humanity and
USGBC to design
and build infill home
in Cuyler-Brownville
HSF participates
in Great Savannah
Clean-up with City
of Savannah
HSF increases
members with
new volunteers
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30
HSF’s administers panel
discussion on economic impacts of Preservation
with Don Rypkema
as keynote
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HSF increases
members with
new volunteers
HSF helps to
give King Tisdell
Cottage a new
paint job
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49
HSF unveils
website
enhancements
for improved
communication
HSF develops
Tourism Summit for
National Preservation
Conference
HSF offers
Realtors
Historic
Preservation
Leadership
Class
HSF advocates
for sustainability
in the first annual
Mattress Dash
HSF strengthens
Corporate
Community
Partnerships
HSF saves and sells 2240 Whitaker Street through the Revolving Fund
HSF files a complaint against
Zoning Board of Appeals approval
for demolition on Broughton Street
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HSF sells long-held Revolving Fund
property in Eastside: 1004 E. Park Ave.
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FINANCIALS
Independent Auditors’ Report
To the Board of Trustees
Historic Savannah Foundation, Inc.
We have audited the accompanying financial statements of Historic Savannah Foundation, Inc. as of September 30, 2013 and 2012, and the
related statements of activities and cash flows for the years then ended. The financial statements are the responsibility of Historic Savannah
Foundation, Inc.’s management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audits.
The accompanying condensed financial information of Historic Savannah Foundation, Inc. as of and for the years ended September 30, 2013
and 2012 is not a presentation in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. In our opinion,
the accompanying condensed financial information is fairly stated, in all material respects, in relation to the portion of the basic financial
statements from which it has been derived.
Savannah, Georgia
January 15, 2014
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STATEMENT
OF
FINANCIAL
STATEMENT
POSITION
HISTORIC SAVANNAH FOUNDATION, INC.
(a nonprofit organization)
STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
FOR THE YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
HISTORIC SAVANNAH FOUNDATION, INC.
(a nonprofit organization)
STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION
2013
ASSETS
Cash
Short-term investments
Accounts receivable
Property held for sale
Short-term pledges receivable
Prepaid expenses
Inventory
Due from Tour of Homes
Total current assets
$
935,456
441,591
81,203
109,971
89,208
69,583
54,056
164
1,781,232
$
2012
592,974
379,378
114,476
170,000
54,382
42,382
167
1,353,759
REVENUE
Gifts and grants
Special events
Tour service and museum entrance fees
Membership dues
Sale of merchandise
Loss on sale of property held for sale
Realized gain on investments
Unrealized gain on investments
Interest and dividend income
Other income
Property and equipment, net of accumulated
depreciation of $866,619 and $804,864, respectively
940,306
1,354,264
Intangibles, net of accumulated amortization of $20,902
and $17,791, respectively
16,565
17,926
1,985,730
854,505
296,830
3,137,065
1,790,507
854,505
21,367
2,666,379
NET ASSETS RELEASED
FROM RESTRICTION
Satisfaction of program restrictions
EXPENSES
Program services
Tour and museum operations
Special events
Cost of merchandise sold
Preservation and restoration
Supporting services
General and administrative
Education and public relations
Membership
Long-term investments
Investments, permanently restricted
Long-term pledges receivable
Investment in joint venture
Total other assets
Total assets
LIABILITIES
Accounts payable
Accrued salaries and expenses
Deferred revenues
Total current liabilities
$
5,875,168
$
5,392,328
$
34,447
25,525
109,505
169,477
$
18,221
19,401
112,470
150,092
Note payable
Total liabilities
NET ASSETS
Unrestricted, undesignated
Unrestricted, designated
Temporarily restricted
Permanently restricted
Total net assets
Total liabilities and net assets
HSF ANNUAL REPORT 2014
September 30,
$
-
290,541
169,477
440,633
2,180,320
2,179,761
491,105
854,505
5,705,691
1,534,619
1,976,451
586,120
854,505
4,951,695
5,875,168
$
OF ACTIVITIES
Unrestricted
Temporarily
Restricted
$
$
Total revenue
Total expenses
$
Total
42,500
(99,722)
95,543
26,330
-
-
64,651
-
1,958,645
159,666
(159,666)
-
-
2,053,660
(95,015)
-
1,958,645
1,893,994
Total revenue and other support
INCREASE IN NET ASSETS
662,429
357,118
303,445
166,812
102,677
4,799
168,259
50,489
77,966
Permanently
Restricted
$
704,929
357,118
303,445
166,812
102,677
(99,722)
4,799
263,802
76,819
77,966
429,152
132,559
82,618
49,151
-
-
429,152
132,559
82,618
49,151
473,025
26,295
11,849
-
-
473,025
26,295
11,849
1,204,649
-
-
1,204,649
849,011
$
(95,015)
$
-
$
753,996
5,392,328
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12 MONTHS OF SUCCESS
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HSF BRINGS PRESIDENT OF NTHP,
STEPHANIE MEEKS, AS KEYNOTE SPEAKER
AT 2013 ANNUAL MEETING
HSF was honored to host Stephanie Meeks, president of the National
Trust for Historic Preservation, at its 2013 Annual Meeting at the Beach
HSF EXPANDS DIVERSITY THROUGH PROACTIVE VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT PROGRAM
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Institute last November. Stephanie impressed a standing-room-only
2014 has been a remarkable year for HSF. HSF partnered with the
crowd of more than 150 with her remarks on the National Treasures
National Trust for Historic Preservation to produce PastForward, the
program and America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places list. Prior
annual National Preservation Conference hosted in Savannah for a
to Stephanie’s address, the crowd was wowed by the Troubadours
record third time—1968, 1998 and 2014. To develop and prepare
and the Knights of Harmony, Windsor Forest High School’s a capella
for the execution of such an event that attracted more than 2,000
male and female ensembles. Afterwards, the crowd feasted on an
visitors in Savannah, HSF needed to recruit extra minds and bodies.
array of soul food—from oxtails to homemade lemonade—catered
HSF developed a new Volunteer Recruitment Program to ensure a
by Pin Point native and Ossabaw Island descendant, Sula. n
quality experience for Conference attendees, and recognized the
value and wisdom in making it a permanent program that will be
used throughout the year. Implemented last March, the Volunteer
Program has successfully
engaged hundreds of new
volunteers with whom
HSF will foster lasting
relationships
well
into
the future. n
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HSF RECEIVES THE ROTARY CLUB OF SAVANNAH CENTURY SERVICE AWARD FOR EQUIPMENT
HSF proudly accepted a $1000 grant from the Rotary Club of
Savannah, as part of its Century Service Award to commemorate
the Club’s 100th anniversary of Service Above Self. HSF is using
the funds to provide protective safety gear for students participating
in our Hands on History Program (HOHP) which is geared towards
Savannah Chatham County Public School students.
During last year’s Hands on History summer camp, we were invited
by our camp sponsor, Rives E. Worrell Company, a J. E. Dunn
Construction Company to tour the dynamic restoration project of the
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. In preparing, we quickly realized
that HSF did not have the protective gear required to visit such a
project, and certainly not in the quantity we needed for our students.
Fortunately, we were able to borrow the gear from the Rives E.
Worrell crew and the tour became a reality. Recognizing the value
of this unique opportunity, we did not want to miss out on future
sites and experiences for our students and we decided we needed
our own gear.
Thanks to the Rotary Club of Savannah and their Century grant, we
have been able to purchase protective gear for our HOHP students
and they can now visit a range of historic and active rehabilitation
HSF’s 13th Colony partners with Savannah Tree
Foundation to plant trees in Thomas Square
neighborhood
With shovels in hand–HSF’s 13th Colony partnered with
Savannah Tree Foundation to host a special tree planting
event in the Thomas Square Streetcar District.
55 trees were provided by Savannah Tree Foundation to
be planted throughout the Thomas Square neighborhood,
thanks to a CSX Tree
Giveaway Grant. Nine
larger trees were provided
and planted near the
P.J. O’Connor House, a
former HSF Revolving
Fund property at 222 East
32nd Street. Members of
HSF’s 13th Colony with
other volunteers spent a
Saturday morning planting
the trees with guidance
and assistance from City
of Savannah and Savannah
Tree Foundation staff. В sites as well as participate in restoration activities, thereby giving
them a more hands-on experience and understanding. n
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DAVENPORT HOUSE CARRIES OUT
ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIG ON SITE
YIELDING INTERESTING ARTIFACTS
Project Manager Rita Elliot of LAMAR Institute
People look at you funny when you tell them you are
excited that archaeologists found the Davenports’
privy. They must not know that people in the past
used their privies for more than the obvious. Privies
were the garbage dumps of old and often reveal a
wealth of knowledge about the history of a location.
After committing to do an archaeological survey of
the DH property in January, we got scared that the
property has been so disturbed that there was nothing
there to find. That would have been fine from the
public programming aspect since at least 100 people
came to the site either through the workshop or for
the eight day excavation and learned about the value
of archaeology. By day six of the excavation we were
beginning to feel we had done our “due diligence” and
could leave it at that. Then they found a privy on the
HSF GIVES HANDS ON HISTORY PROGRAM STUDENTS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO
TOUR SAVANNAH’S PORT
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HSF’s Hands on History Program (HOHP) students from Woodville-Tompkins’ Historic
Preservation, History, Hospitality and Marketing career pathways participated in a day-long
experience which demonstrated, firsthand, the economic impacts of the Savannah River—
from the first ship, to the mighty powerhouse of today’s Georgia Ports Authority.
lot line between Lots 13 and 14. Our archaeologists
To get a good understanding of the important role of the Savannah River and its historical
were so excited about the find that they worked two
contributions to trade, the students first visited the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum.
extra days in the winter chill to thoroughly go over
There students took a tour of the museum and heard accounts of the history of our river
the test pit.
commerce. Thanks to program support from Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, HSF was
When analyses and additional research are complete,
many of the mysteries above, along with some old
ones from our research questions and some new ones,
will be solved. This, along with other information,
will be included in the report and made available to
the public. n
able to arrange for a coach tour bus to transport students for the duration of the trip. Next,
the students took advantage of the rare opportunity for an on-site visit at the Georgia Ports
Authority. After receiving a private tour, they continued their educational experience with
an insider’s look at the progress of today’s port operation, bringing their understanding full circle. Student and teacher reactions were very
positive. In fact, HSF’s implementation of HOHP into a second school—Woodville-Tompkins High School—has played a role in earning the
school the highest pass-rate for ninth grade History in their school district! n
HSF engages the community with National Preservation Conference Program Development
2014 National Preservation Conference: PastForward
2015 will be another success story! By the time you receive and read HSF’s 2014 Annual Report, PastForward
will be a pleasant memory which will be documented in the 2015 Annual Report. As a development
and production partner with the National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP) and SCAD, HSF invested
significant resources during the 2014 fiscal year to ensure this re-engineered conference would serve
conference attendees and reflect positively on the City of Savannah.
As the preeminent annual gathering for a wide range of preservation leaders, including architects, developers,
planners, educators, government officials, nonprofit staff, volunteers, activists, historians, and students —
the full report will be meaningful. The 2000 plus visitors who were in Savannah for nearly a week contributed
mightily to the local economy and to our understanding of the importance of preservation.
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HSF LENDS HANDS TO A WOUNDED WARRIOR FAMILY TO CLEAN UP UNIQUE
HISTORIC CARRIAGE HOUSE
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HSF is always looking for ways to give back to and educate our
reached out to HSF for guidance in an effort to save the endangered
community, whether it be through the saving of a blighted property
carriage house. In response, HSF called on volunteers not only
or reaching out to neighborhood residents. In March of 2014, HSF
from our loyal membership but also from Dominic’s unit-the
accomplished both! In collaboration with Staff Sergeant Dominic
1/75th Ranger Battalion. One Saturday, in the early morning hours,
J. Annechini and his wife Melanie, HSF lent its expertise and man
9 volunteers gathered and cleaned out debris from the old carriage
power to clean and stabilize an endangered carriage house on the
house. With their hard work and determination, a project that
Annecchini’s historic property located at 120-122 West Anderson
should have taken days, was finished in a few short hours. There
Street. SSG Annecchini, a member of the 1/75th Ranger Battalion,
aren’t enough words to express how grateful HSF is to Dominic and
who was critically wounded during combat in Afghanistan for
the 1/75th Ranger Battalion- not only for their service to our county
Operation Enduring Freedom in 2012, has made a remarkable
but also for answering the call for preservation. n
recovery. While restoring the main house on the site, the Annechinis
DAVENPORT HOUSE DEVELOPS SKILLS AND CHARACTER IN OUR YOUTH THROUGH
FLOURISHING JI PROGRAM
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Each year the Davenport House presents two Junior Interpreter
HSF files a complaint against Zoning Board of Appeals approval for demolition
on Broughton Street
Concerned for the potential loss of an historic building and a pattern of disregard
for MPC staff’s recommendations and Historic District Board of Review’s findings,
HSF appealed the Zoning Board of Appeals decision to allow Ben Carter to
demolish 240 W. Broughton Street. In order to appeal, HSF filed a complaint in
Superior Court. HSF’s standing to file was based on its ownership of property
and easements on Broughton Street. However, due to their distance from the
subject property and prevailing law in Georgia, that position was not on the
firmest ground. After much debate and discussion, the Board of Trustees voted
to withdraw the lawsuit and, instead, reach out to the Mayor and City Council
to convey concerns about the integrity of the review process. That educational
campaign continues in earnest.
Programs, one in the summer for any interested high school
students to learn to give tours to the public. That program began
in 2003. The second program began in 2005 thanks to Savannah
Arts Academy American history teacher Rod MacKay who recruits
students from his classes. Every October, 15 or so SAA students
arrive to participate in the fall program over an eight week period.
Following training both groups come together to volunteer at the
Davenport House. Some JIs become living history performers, others
are program volunteers working with activities such as the Tour of
Homes and Gardens and SuperMuseumSunday. A small number of
JIs become staff docents who give tours at the DH on weekends and
during school holidays. At this point over 200 young people have
taken a JI program preparing them for future stewardship of museum
properties! They make the DH vital and exciting while it give them
communication skill and an affinity for museums in their lives. n
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HSF ACKNOWLEDGES THE BEST IN PRESERVATION WITH
ANNUAL PRESERVATION AWARDS CEREMONY
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What’s so great about peace, love and understanding…when what you really want is to win a Preservation Award from HSF? Elvis Costello
knows how to write song lyrics, but HSF knows how to bestow awards!
Winning a Preservation Award is really a distinguished honor. Each year, HSF celebrates the best of preservation by presenting Preservation
Awards to individuals and organizations whose contributions demonstrate excellence in historic preservation. We continue to refine the
process, and competition is keener; there are only about a dozen winners each year. When recipients hang their certificate or plaque on the
wall, they do so with HSF’s full faith and confidence that the project is something to be celebrated and emulated. We want our awards to
challenge other property owners to aspire to greatness in restoration and infill construction. So, when HSF acknowledges new infill at 306
W. Waldburg, the rehabilitation of Hayman’s Hall on E. Charlton, the restoration of United Community Bank on Johnson Square, or great
people like Aaron Levy for the Nicola Coe Volunteer of the Year Award and Cullen Chambers for the President’s Award (posthumously) in
2014, then those projects and people set the bar for others to surpass. Nobody said it would be easy, but then again who said peace, love
and understanding was a breeze? n
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HSF PARTNERS WITH HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, USGBC AND SCAD TO DESIGN AND BUILD
INFILL HOME IN CUYLER-BROWNVILLE
Stemming from a Julia and Richard Moe Fund grant from the
infill house that would meet Habitat’s criteria for affordability; the
National Trust for Historic Preservation that HSF received in 2012,
City of Savannah’s guidelines for visual compatibility; and LEED
HSF collaborated with the US Green Building Council—GA Chapter,
Certified guidelines for energy sustainability. Using SCAD’s research
SCAD, Lynch Associates Architects and Coastal Empire Habitat
and designs, we approached Lynch Associates Architects to turn
for Humanity in the design and construction of an affordable,
SCAD’s charrette into permit-able construction drawings. Then,
compatible and sustainable infill house for the Cuyler-Brownville
we turned over those designs to Habitat who executed the plans
Historic District. HSF’s Revolving Fund was already active in the
to a T. HSF further assisted this project’s completion by donating
800 block of W. 42nd Street with the purchase and sale of a worker’s
$5k to the construction of this new home that is now occupied
cottage when we noticed the adjacent vacant lot and thought to
by a family. Meanwhile, the building next door is also undergoing
ourselves, wouldn’t this be a great spot for an infill house? We found
rehabilitation and we have lifted up a troubled corner in one of
an able funding partner in USGBC and contracted with SCAD to
Savannah’ important historic neighborhoods. n
undertake a class project to design a sensitive but contemporary
HSF OFFERS REALTORS HISTORIC
PRESERVATION LEADERSHIP CLASS
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How do you sell an historic property for optimum value? This year
HSF worked to create Savannah’s first accredited Historic Preservation
Leadership Class for real estate professionals in partnership with
Savannah Area REALTORSВ® and sponsored by Austin Hill Realty.
HSF recognizes that Realtors are often the first point of contact with
property owners who are buying and selling properties in our historic
HSF publicly announces its Capital Campaign. $1.3M raised of $1.5 M goal
districts, and we felt it was especially important to provide them
We are almost there! Under the leadership of co-chairs Aaron Levy, this year’s Nichola Parker Coe Volunteer Award recipient, and
Helen Downing, HSF Past Chair, the Capital Campaign has raised $1.3 million of our $1.5 million goal. We are confident we will
soon meet our goal, and in 2015, donors will be recognized for their participation unless they have requested to be anonymous.
with the tools and education to assist their clients and also maximize
the value of our historic real estate. Additionally, better-informed
Realtors lead to better-informed clients and better stewards of our
historic buildings.
Offered for the first time in July, HSF received extremely positive
feedback from the Realtors who participated! The class offers
continuing education credits to all Realtors licensed in the state and
it covers important topics including Savannah’s architectural styles,
Over the last six decades, HSF has spearheaded the local preservation movement saving and protecting some of Savannah’s most
acclaimed and visited historic properties--more than 360 in number. In order to continue its mission to preserve historic Savannah,
HSF announced its capital campaign this past May, This Place Matters: The Campaign to
Continue Preserving Savannah.
This important campaign will help provide the vital resources HSF needs to save endangered
historic properties and continue to lead the preservation movement in Savannah and
Chatham County.
economic incentives for historic properties, information on altering
properties in historic districts, how to respectfully rehabilitate historic
properties, and creative opportunities for development. Watch for
future program opportunites! n
HSF ANNUAL REPORT 2014
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HSF SAVES AND SELLS 2240 WHITAKER STREET THROUGH THE REVOLVING FUND
Another corner saved by HSF! In a classic and traditional use of its
poised to remove the building—which suffered a debilitating fire
Revolving Fund, HSF intervened to purchase the vacant and blighted
in 2010 and sat exposed and fallow for several years—but HSF
property at 2240 Whitaker Street just prior to
contacted the owner and struck a deal to
its demolition. Thanks to HSF’s participation in
purchase it, thereby saving him time, money
“Project Enforce,” (a regular meeting hosted by
and hassle with the City from resultant fines
the City of Savannah that convenes key agencies
and liens. A few months later, HSF sold the
and organizations to assess and resolve issues
building to sympathetic owners who will
with vacant and blighted properties) the fate
rehabilitate the property. Architectural plans
of this c.1900 building in the Thomas Square
and permitting are underway, and it is expected
Historic District became known. The City was
that the building will be finished in 2015. n
HSF COMPETES IN THE FIRST ANNUAL
MATTRESS DASH TO RAISE MONEY FOR
SUSTAINABILITY
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All for a great cause! The first annual “Sustainativity Mattress Dash” was
held on Sunday, September 28, on the south end of Forsyth Park. The Park’s
center walkway was converted into a rip-roaring track as costumed teams
of five people raced mattresses 150 meters all to promote preservation
and the “greening” of historic buildings without sacrificing architectural
integrity. Teams were required to build a racing frame capable of holding
a single mattress and one rider, while being pushed by the remaining
four team members. Proceeds from the Race benefited Historic Savannah
Foundation (HSF). Prizes were awarded for Fastest Team, Greenest Racing
Frame, Judge’s Choice and People’s Choice.
In partnership with Design for Ability, OxForm and Southern Pine,
HSF took the prize for the Greenest Racing Frame with great pride
and merriment. n
HSF contracts comprehensive Economic Impact Study with industry leader Don Rypkema
HSF seized an opportunity to pursue a second grant from the Julia and Richard Moe Fund (see article on Habitat
infill on page 19 from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and spearheaded a professional study of the
economic impacts of preservation on Savannah’s economy. The uniqueness of this report is that it does not dilute
preservation’s impact with heritage tourism numbers. Instead, the study focuses on preservation’s �pure’ benefits in
terms of jobs, property values and tax revenues for local governing authorities. The $30k study by Don Rypkema and
PlaceEconomics will affirm HSF’s role in generating jobs and significant economic development in the community.
The report should be ready for distribution in early 2015.
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HSF GENERAL MEMBERS
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Mrs. Emma Adler
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Jefferson Bolch, III
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cortese
Mrs. Edward Downing
Mr. and Mrs. Don Gardner
Mrs. Elizabeth Mercer Hammond
Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Hoffman
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Levy
Mr. Robert Long and
Ms. Tracy L. Steen
Ms. Carol Sawdye and
Mr. Johno Morisano
Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Morrison, Jr.
Mr. Wayne Spear and
Mr. Murray Perlman
Mr. and Mrs. William Sprague, Jr.
Ms. Ann Tenenbaum and
Mr. Thomas H. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon U. Tenenbaum
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tisch
Ms. Anne P. West
RESTORER MEMBERSHIP
Mr. and Mrs. George Fawcett
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. George, Jr.
Ms. Kathy Horne and
Mr. Carl S. Pedigo
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Jepson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kole
Mr. and Mrs. Angus C. Littlejohn, Jr.
Ms. Judy Woodard
ARTISAN MEMBERSHIP
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Bergen
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Carey
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Clifford
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Clinard
Mr. and Mrs. Glen M. Darbyshire
Mr. Jeffrey S. Eley and
Mr. Gregory Vaughn
Mr. and Mrs. Kent M. Harrington
Mr. and Mrs. James Holcomb
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Johnson
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Mr. Martin Karp
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Keller
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kole
Ms. Sarah H. Lamar
Dr. and Mrs. James G. Lindley, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lovett
The Reverend and
Mrs. George M. Maxwell
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Monahan
Ms. Gaye S. Reese
Ms. Swann Seiler
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Solomons, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tatum
Mr. and Mrs. Hue Thomas III
CONSERVATOR MEMBERSHIP
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Argentinis
Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Barber
Mr. Mark Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Berrigan
Mr. and Mrs. Scott K. Boice
Ms. Anne Whitton Bolyea
Dr. and Mrs. Franklyn Bousquet
Dr. and Mrs. Chad Brock
Ms. Sharon Mimbs Bromley
Dr. and Mrs. Charles G. Caldwell
Mr. Donald Callahan and
Mr. Mark O. Conway
Mr. and Mrs. W. Park Callahan
Mr. Charles H. Chewning and
Mr. John T. Gennuso
Ms. Karen Clarke
Dr. and Mrs. John W. Coursey
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Coy
Dr. and Mrs. William Dascombe
Bobby and Liz Davenport
Dr. Deane Donnigan
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Emery
Mr. and Mrs. James Fredrick
Mr. Robert S. Glenn Jr.
Mrs. Ruth Goldsmith
Mrs. Marie Simmons and
Mr. Thomas F. Hairston
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Haskins
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Herring
Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbs
Juha and Holley Jaakkola
Steve and Janice Johannsen
Mr. Jim Johnston
Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Kearns, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted J. Kleisner
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Kluttz
Mrs. Catherine Dunn Kostilnik
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Kramer
Mr. and Mrs. Wilder G. Little
Mr. Kevin McCarthy
James A. D. Cox and
Ronald C. Melander
Dr. Julia L. Mikell
Carolee F. and George H. Moore, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Myers
Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Nichols
Mr. Charles Taylor and
Mr. Samir Nikocevic
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Olson
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Pannell
Dr. Melissa C. Parker
Dr. Amanda Parks
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Paull
Mrs. Audrey Platt
Mr. Nicholas C. Procaccini
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Ramee
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Reitman
Mrs. Lombard M. Reynolds
Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Ryan, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. Saseen
Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Schmidt
Mrs. Marie Simmons and
Mr. Thomas F. Hairston
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Sirlin
Mr. and Mrs. Mark V. Smith
Mrs. Maria T. Sparkman
Ms. Carmela Spinelli
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Steffen Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William Stuebe
The Kaminsky Family
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thorpe Jr.
Ms. Barbara Treadwell
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley A. Wasden, III
Mr. and Mrs. Roland B. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams
Mrs. Emily Winburn
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Young
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Zoller
HEARTH (FAMILY)
Dr. and Mrs. D. Stephen Acuff
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Arredondo
Ms. Eleanor Rhangos and
Mr. Daniel Bromstad
Dr. James J. Burke II and
Mr. Penfield C. Price
Dr. Blake Caldwell and
Dr. Joel Rosenstock
Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Callejas
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Claiborne
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coker
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Compton, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Timothy Corley
Mrs. Elizabeth C. Corzilius
Mr. and Mrs. E. Brian Culver
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Culver
Mr. and Mrs. Asa B. Davis
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Fagin
Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Fingerle
Mr. and Mrs. David Flanary
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Galin
Mr. W. H. Durrence, Jr. and
Ms. Barbara Gatens
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L.T Gay
Mr. Phillip B. Carter and
Mr. Seth Goodman
Mr. and Mrs. Kent Gregory
Ms. Ellen L. Grill
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hoppe, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Jacobs
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Kaminsky
Mr. and Mrs. B.H. Levy, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Robert Logan
Mr. and Mrs. Bates Lovett
Mr. Gordon K. Matthews
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Muller
Mr. Robert and Dr. Holly Metts Pace
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Paolucci
Mr. and Mrs. Allan L. Peakes
Mr. and Mrs. Jason C. Pedigo
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Platte
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Pressly
Col. and Mrs. Henry M. Reed, II
Mr. Ben Burrell and
Mr. David Shephard
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Snayd
Mr. and Mrs. Christian B. Sottile
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stevens
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Sullivan
Dr. and Mrs. Roland S. Summers
Dr. and Mrs. Jules Victor III
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Vinyard
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Washburn
Mr. George Vincent West and
Mrs. Elizabeth Dodd West
The Rev. Michael S. White
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilford
Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Wilkes
Dr. and Mrs. Fremont P. Wirth
SUSTAINER INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP
Mr. Robert K. Bell, Jr.
Mrs. Martha Blessington-Padilla
Ms. Nancy S. Boyd
Dr. Annette K. Brock
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Butler
Mrs. Frank A. Chisholm
Ms. Dianne Clabaugh
Ms. Susie Clinard and
Mr. Harley Lingerfelt
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Cocalis
Ms. Dorothy W. Courington
Mrs. F. Willson Daily
Mr. Stephen P. Dantin
Dr. Marie Dent
Dr. H. Clark Deriso
Mr. Morgan Derst
Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Dickinson
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Feiler, Jr.
Ms. Chloe Fort
Dr. Philip C. Gainey
Ms. Geneen M. Gibson
Mrs. Robert Groves, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard Hackney
Mr. Lynford B. Hadwin
Mr. Andrew M. Ham
Mr. and Mrs. Jed Harris
Mr. Joseph W. Hartley, Jr.
Ms. Allison Hersh
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hiott
Ms. Ann Howell
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Inglesby, Jr.
Ms. Cindy Kelley and Mr. Ken Zapp
Mr. William M. Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Kennedy
Ms. Paula Kreissler
Mrs. Jeanne R. Lee
Dr. J. Stanley Lester
Dr. and Mrs. Blake Long
Mrs. Wallace Lynah
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lynch
Mr. Jay Massey
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Meyerhoff
Mrs. Kathryn A. Murph
Mr. Jesse J. Napoli
Mr. and Mrs. Ali M. Nasr
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Neely
Ms. Kelley Parker
Mr. Roger Smith and Mr. James Peek
Mr. A.M. Peterson
Ms. Linda Ramsay
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Scott
Mrs. Jason Shirah
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Tomhave
Dr. and Mrs. Olon C. Tucker
Mr. and Mrs. G. Mason White
Mr. B. Franklin Williams, Jr.
Mrs. Catherine Smith Wise-Bey
Mrs. Lois Wooten
Mr. Dana R. Zipperer
13TH COLONY
(YOUNG PROFESSIONALS)
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew K. Albert
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Belliveau
Miss Elizabeth G. Bittson
Mr. David Burkoff
Ms. Liorah Camak
Mr. R. Pierce Cannon
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Mrs. Heather D. Capallo
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carroll
Mr. Kevin Cartee
Ms. Erinn Carter
Mr. William C. Cook
Mr. Charles E. Daniels
Miss Caty Dickensheets
Mr. Luke Dorman
Ms. Sarah Dylla
Ms. Rebecca Fenwick
Mr. Allan Galis
Mr. Will Gallagher
Mr. Hitch Gilchrist
Mr. Blake W. Gillman
Mr. Patrick Godley
Ms. Trisha M. Growe
Mr. Justin Gunther
Mr. and Mrs. John Harper
Ms. Ellen I. Harris
Mr. Austin Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Hill
Mr. Ed Hissam
Mrs. Jessica Hissam
Ms. Kathryn Hull
Mr. Chad Keller
Ms. Melissa B. Kendrick
Drs. Monica and Jeffrey Kenney
Mr. James Kidd
Mr. Kevin M. Klinkenberg
Miss Shannon G. Lancaster
Mr. Christopher Lane
Ms. Kate Lawson
Ms. Jessica Leavitt
Dr. and Mrs. James A. Long
Mr. and Mrs. Colby Longley
Mrs. Heather Lundy
Ms. Jessica Lyons
Ms. Chassidy Malloy
Mrs. Megan Manly
Mr. Harris Martin
Mrs. Stella R. Mathews
Ms. Danielle Meunier
Mrs. Lee McGee
Ms. Janet Miller
Mr. Wayne Murphy
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Ms. Yaires Oliveras
Mr. and Mrs. David Orne
Mr. Nick Palumbo
Ms. Jessica G. Pedigo
Mrs. Carson B. Penney
Mr. Nathaniel L. Phillips
Ms. Laura C. Pitts
Mr. Matthew Price
Mr. Thomas M. Reeves
Mr. and Mrs. Brent Scoggins
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Sewell
Ms. Ashley L. Simeone
Mr. J. Reeves Skeen
Mr. Kyle Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sparks
Mr. Eric Chin & Mr. Jonathan Stalcup
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew I. Stroud
Mr. Zachary Thomas
Ms. Courtney L. Valentine
Mr. Thomas R. Vermillion II
Mr. Jules Victor IV
Mr. and Mrs. Austin York
PRESERVER INDIVIDUAL
Mr. James A. Abraham
Mr. Francis W. Allan
Mr. Gregori S. Anderson
Ms. Jane B. Annakin
Mr. Gustavo Arias
Dr. Linda D. Atkinson
Ms. Megan Ball
Mrs. Martha A. Barnes
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Barrett
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Barrow
Mrs. Bruce Barstow
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Beaman
Dr. David A. Bell
The Honorable Carolyn Bell
John and Rebecca Bertram
Ms. Mathilde L. Billheimer
Mrs. Kelly Bittinger
Mr. Kenneth W. Boyd
Mrs. Janice Brodhead
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kenneth Brownfield
Mr. Michael D. Browning
Mrs. Leslie C. Buchanan
Mrs. Tiffany Burckhalter-Alewine
Mrs. Stephen R. Burke
Ms. Donna R. Butler
Mr. John A. Carley
Ms. Gene B. Carpenter
Mrs. Karen D. Cassard
Mrs. Rebecca A. Cheatham
Dr. and Mrs. Joe D. Christian
Mr. Robert A. Ciucevich
Mrs. Jane S. Clark
Dr. Melissa L. Cobbs
Dr. Scott A. Cohen
Mr. Edward J. Coleman III
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Coley
Mr. and Mrs. E. Bryan Connerat, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Coonce
Ms. Joellen Cooper-Pyles
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cording
Mr. Lonnie Coulter
Mr. Derek Council
Mr. Alan Cowart
Mr. Gerald D. Cowart
Mrs. Christine K. Coyle
Mr. William H. Crawley
Mrs. Jamie Credle
Mrs. Judy Crisp
Ms. Deborah Cooling Davis and
Mr. Ashton Davis
Mrs. Jennifer Deacon
Ms. Laurie DeVegter
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dietz
Dr. Eduard Docu
Mr. George Doerner
Mrs. Amelia W. Dreese
Ms. Elizabeth DuBose and
Mr. Mark Frissell
Mrs. Pamela L. G. Eaton
Ms. Susan Lowrey Flaherty and
Mr. Frank J. Eckel
Mr. and Mrs. Reed L. Engle
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eskandar
Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher Everard
Mrs. Kathy Fairchild
Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Fitzpatrick
Mr. Kevin Ford
Ms. Eleanor D. Foster
Mrs. Patricia S. Fraker
Mr. Jeffrey Freeman
Mr. and Mrs. David Fuchs
Ms. Charlie Garbutt
Ms. Susan Giddens
Mr. Mark Turner and
Ms. Heather Ginner
Mr. Hugh S. Golson
Dr. Theodora L. Gongaware
Mrs. Vaughnette Goode-Walker
Mr. Vincent J. Green
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hagerty
Mr. Greg G. Hall
Dr. and Mrs. O. Emerson Ham, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ham
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Harlender
Mr. Stephen H. Harrington and
Mrs. Diane White
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hensley
Dr. Thomas Hetherington
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill
Mr. Roy Hill
Mrs. Suzanne Hirst-Plucker
Mrs. Lucy McIntire Hitch
Ms. Erica Scales and
Mr. Stephen H. Hooten
Mrs. Gloria D. Horstman
Dr. Jay Howington
Mr. Keith Howington
Mr. Sigmund Hudson
Mr. John Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hultman
Mr. Kevin L. Iocovozzi
Mr. Felton Jenkins III
Mr. Stuart M. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Johnston
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Jones, Jr.
Mr. Eli P. Karatassos
Mr. Daniel P. Kaufman
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Kaynor
Dr. Maggie Keenan
Mrs. Mary Lawrence Kennickell
Mrs. Irene C. Kestas
Mr. Leftwich Kimbrough
Ms. Beth Kinstler
Mrs. Carissa N. Klutzke
Dr. Brian and Joan Kornblatt
Ms. Rebecca S. Kostrach
Mrs. Mary Kramer
Ms. Sally E. Kruger
Dr. and Mrs. John Wesley Krulic
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph H. Kulp II
Ms. Marlowe B. H. Laiacona
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lamar
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Land
Mr. and Mrs. Alex A. Lawrence, Jr.
Dr. Richard F. Leighton
Ms. Monica Letourneau
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Levy
Ms. Frances D. Lindgren
Ms. Margaret Livingston
Mr. Mike Lofton
Dr. Brian Luckett
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Lyman
Mrs. Malcolm Maclean
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Martin
Mrs. Karen Martorelli
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Matteo
Mr. Sam McCachern
Mr. and Mrs. Corey McClimans
Mr. and Mrs. Mat McCoy
Mr. Alfred McGuire
Mrs. Gwen S. McKee
Mr. Thomas Q. McKinnon
Mr. Michael McLeod
Ms. Linda Lane Meyer
Mrs. Leah G. Michalak
Dr. and Mrs. John L. Mikell
Mrs. Aileen J. Miller
Ms. Pamela A. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Miller
Mrs. Christina Mondy
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Moore, III
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Morison
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Morris
Ms. Donna Murley
Ms. Elizabeth Koomler and
Mr. Ryan Murphy
Mr. W. Cliff Murse
Mr. Henry Nanninga
Mr. Michael Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Nelson
Ms. Rhondda Netherton
Mr. Robert E. Neumann
Mrs. Kimberly Newbold
Mrs. Maureen C. O’Brien
Ms. Judy R. Ochsner
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Oetgen
Ms. Patricia A. Otis
Mr. and Mrs. John Otter
Mrs. June Parsons
Mrs. Doug Perry
Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Peters, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Poole
Mr. Andrew J. Powers
Ms. Doris Preus
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Radke
Ms. Mary E. Raines
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rasplicka
Mrs. Katherine J. Ratterree
Mrs. June Ray
Ms. Charlotte A. Rehmert
Mrs. Beverly C. Reynolds
Mr. and Mrs. L. Allan Reynolds, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan D. Rhangos
Mrs. Benjamin R. Roach
Mr. Marcus B. Robertson
Mr. Stuart Robertson
Ms. Antoinette Roise
Mrs. Monica Roppel
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenwald
Dr. E. G. Daves Rossell
Ms. Sally S. Roth
Ms. Dolly Chisholm and
Mr. Graham Sadler
Dr. Susan Sammons
Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Samuel
Mr. Jason Sapp
Ms. Sharon L. Saseen
Mr. Charles P. Sawyer
SCAD- Historic Preservation Department
Mr. Robert W. Schivera
Mr. Dan Schneider
Ms. Karen Schroder
Mr. Phillip Sellers
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Severance
Ms. Esther Shaver
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Ms. Dedra D. Shuman
Mr. and Mrs. Bradd Siegel
Mr. William L. Simmons
Dr. Brad Sites
Mrs. Phyllis S. Skeffington
Ms. Mary Ann Smith
Ms. May Ann Smith
Mrs. Victoria Smoke
Ms. Marilyn Sobwick
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sparks
Ms. Janet T. Spillane
Mr. Harry Spirides
Mrs. Marilyn Stack-Gill and
Mr. Robert P. Gill
Ms. Ridley Stallings
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Stengel
Mr. Ben Stowers
Ms. Jill S. Strauss
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Stubbs, Jr.
Mrs. Cornelia G. Stumpf
Mr. Christopher M. Surber
Ms. Danielle Swift
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Szczecinski
Mr. and Mrs. John Tegley
Mr. Tony Thomas
Mr. John P. Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Thompson
Mr. Tom Thomson
Ms. Terri L. Tillman
Mrs. Jane Allison Townsend and
Mr. David Levy
Ms. Virginia Anne Tyree
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Valentino
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Virant
Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Wade
Mr. Arthur H. Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Wallace
Dr. and Mrs. William H. Wallace
Ms. Kelly D. Walsh
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar C. Walter
Mr. Arvin Ward
Mr. and Mrs. Josh Ward
Mr. and Mrs. Brian West
Mrs. Susan Skardon White
Mr. William H. Whitten
Mrs. Minda Widich-Office
Mrs. Suzanne H. Williams
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Mr. J. Reid Williamson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Willis
Ms. Alice E. Withrow
Mrs. Ardis Ann H. Wood
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Woods
Ms. Laura C. Wright
Mr. Walter G.B. Wright
Mr. Winter Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Wyatt
Mrs. Robert B. Yeomans
Mrs. John H. Yingling
STUDENT
Ms. Naomi Braff
Mr. Matthew Finley
Mr. Andrew D. Hyatt
Ms. Elizabeth Isaacs
Ms. Kendra Parzen
Mr. Ethan Weyrick
HSF CORPORATE
MEMBERS
1733 SOCIETY CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP
Abshire Public Relations
Ameris Bank
Ashley’s Business Solutions
Audi Hilton Head
Chatham Orthopaedics Associates, PA
Critz Auto Group
DIRTT Environmental Solutions, Inc.
Dulany Industries, Inc.
The Fiduciary Group
Georgia Power
J.T. Turner Construction Co., Inc.
Queensborough National Bank & Trust
Robin Upchurch Allen Design
Savannah Morning News
Seacrest Partners, Inc.
GUARDIAN CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Allen
Kennickell Print and Communications
Dr. & Mrs. Walker T. Pendarvis, DMD, MHS
Rives E. Worrell Company, Inc.
Savannah Distributing Company
Old Town Trolley Tours
PROTECTOR CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP
Bethesda Academy
Bottega Bellini
Bouhan Falligant LLP
CHS Construction and Preservation
Coastal Canvas Products
Kole Management Company, Inc.
Garibaldi’s Café and
The Olde Pink House
Green Truck Pub
The Kennickell Group
Newfield Construction Company
Pier & Beam
Savannah Chamber of Commerce
Staci Donegan, Celia Dunn Sotheby’s Int’l Realty
The Parker Companies
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Renovation Lending
ADVOCATE CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP
37th @ Abercorn Antiques & Design
Dr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Allen, DDS
Appraisal Enterprises, Inc.
Atlantic Records Management Co. Inc.
Austin Hill Realty, LLC
Azalealand Nursing Home INC
Bernard Williams & Company
Brennan & Wasden, LLP
Byck Management, LLC
Cathedral Stone Products, Inc.
Chatham Area Transit Authority
Choate Construction
Circa Lighting
Clark Creative Design
Coastal Business Storage, Inc.
The Coastal Bank
Dawson Architects, Inc.
The Detail Department
Ellsworth-Hallett, LLC
Felder & Associates, LLC
Friedman’s Fine Art
Georgia Ports Authority
Guenther Wood Group, Inc.
Guerry Lumber Company
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
Gunn, Meyerhoff & Shay, Architects
Hancock Askew
Hansen Architects, P.C.
Historical Concepts, LLC
Holland, Henry and Bromley, LLP
HunterMaclean
JTVS Builders
Karp, Ronning, & Tindol, PC
KEIM Mineral Coatings of America, Inc.
The Kessler Collection
Lane, Clark & Company
Real Estate Appraisers
Lominack Kolman Smith Architects
Luxury Living Savannah
LYNCH associates architects, PC
Mermaid Cottages Vacation Rentals
Minis & Company
Mitsubishi Power Systems, Inc.
Moon River Brewing Company
The Pinyan Company
Pioneer Construction, Inc.
Sandpiper Supply Inc.
Savannah Economic Development Authority
Savannah Kitchen & Bath, LLC
Savannah Pedicab
Savannah Technical College
Savannah Tire
Sea Island Bank
Seabolt Brokers
Six Pence Pub
South State Bank
Southern Motors of Savannah, Inc.
Southern Urgent Care
Spectrum Printing and Marketing, Inc.
Sterne Agee
Tharpe Engineering Group
Thomas J. Sheehan Insurance, Inc.
Three Oaks Realty Company
Tybee Island Historical Society
United Community Bank
Weiner, Shearouse, Weitz, Greenberg & Shawe
Wells Fargo Private Bank
Wet Willie’s Management Corp.
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J.T. Turner Jr., 2009-2011
W. John Mitchell, 2007-2009
Susie Clinard, 2005 – 2007
Zelda Tenenbaum, 2003-2005
Helen D. Downing, 2001-2003
Graham P. Sadler, 1999-2001
Susan Riley Myers, 1997-1999
Lawrence B. Lee, 1995-1997
Lee C. Mundell, 1993-1995
Mrs. Donna R. Butler, 1991-1993
Joseph A. Webster, Jr., Deceased, 1988-1991
Gordon K. Matthews, 1986-1988
Robert S. Glenn, Jr., 1984-1986
Mrs. Henry Garlington, Deceased, 1983-1984
Mr. John Allen, Deceased, 1981-1983
Mrs. Elizabeth C. Sprague, 1979-1981
Arnold Tenenbaum, 1977-1979
John E. Cay, III, 1976-1977
J. Wiley Ellis, 1975-1976
Mrs. Lawrence Lee Jr., 1973-1975
Mrs. Elliott A. Cobb, Deceased, 1971-1973
Dale C. Critz, Sr., 1969-1970
Walter C. Hartridge II, 1969-1970
Robert D. Gunn, Deceased, 1968-1969
Walter Coke Scott, Deceased, 1963-1964
Leopold Adler, II, Deceased, 1961-1963
Albert Stoddard, Deceased, 1959-1961
Mrs. Anne C. Hunter, Deceased, 1958-1959
H. Hansell Hillyer, Deceased, 1956-1958
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2013-2014 BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Ms. Kathleen Horne - Chair
Mr. Jeffrey S. Eley - Vice Chair*
Mr. Bill Lovett - Past Chair
Ms. Sarah Lamar - Secretary
Ms. Susan Clifford - Treasurer*
Mr. Brian Felder - Parliamentarian*
Mr. Phillip Adams
Ms. Robin Upchurch Allen
Mr. Gregori Anderson
Mr. Josh Brooks*
Mr. Austen Carroll
Mrs. Pamela Clinard
Ms. Elizabeth DuBose
Mrs. Helen Williams Johnson
Mr. Josh Keller
Mr. Jeffrey Kole
Mr. Robert Long
Mr. Jamie McCurry
Mr. Patrick Monahan*
Mr. Peter Nelsen
Mr. David Paddison
TRUSTEES BY REPRESENTATION
Mrs. Julia Butler
2014 Gala Chair
Mr. Austin Hill
13th Colony Chair
Ms. Dottie Courington
Mrs. Eden Combes
Mrs. Gay Park
Tour of Homes & Gardens Chairs 2014
Mr. John Buckovich
Downtown Neighborhood Representative
Mrs. Brooke Wilford
Davenport House Committee Chair
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March
80th Annual
Savannah Tour of Homes
and Gardens
7
8
May Savannah Preservation
Festival: Awards Luncheon
Opening – Lecture and
Reception--Evening
Savannah Preservation Festival
Wine Tour & Art Auction
9
May
Savannah
Preservation
Festival Block
Party
May
National
Preservation
Month
25-29
May
Hands on
History Camp
For updates and more information visit the Events Calendar on our website at www.myHSF.org
HSF ANNUAL REPORT 2014
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