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Norman J. Tschantz, Walter C. Deuble and Dominic J. Bagnoli, Jr. Caddie Scholarship Fund

Norman J. Tschantz, Walter C. Deuble and Dominic J. Bagnoli, Jr. Caddie Scholarship Fund

  • EST. 1995

Congress Lake Club and members of the Club established a scholarship fund to memorialize long-time members Norman J. Tschantz and Walter C. Deuble and honor Dr. Dominic J. Bagnoli, Jr. for his commitment and support. Income is used to make scholarship grants to deserving students who have worked at least one year as a caddie there, including the summer preceding their first application for a scholarship. The Board of the Congress Lake Club appoints the Selection Committee.

Calvin V. and Anna K. Turnbull Fund

  • EST. 1997

Anna K. Turnbull’s 1991 will left the majority of her estate to the Foundation. Upon her death at age 101, she perpetuated her many contributions to our community by creating this permanent memorial fund on behalf of herself and her husband Calvin, whose death in an auto collision had occurred 40 years earlier. A lifelong resident of Canton, she lived alone to age 100 among helpful, caring neighbors. An active, award-winning gardener, she had also been involved in the Democratic Women’s Club, which hosted a party celebrating her 100th birthday in 1996.

Ira G. Turpin Scholar Program Fund

Ira G. Turpin Scholar Program Fund

  • EST. 1990

The purpose of this program is to “perpetuate” and “replicate” Ira G. Turpin’s achievements by helping worthy Stark County minority candidates become practicing attorneys serving their community. Ira Turpin died in 1989 after a remarkable legal career in Canton. Judge Turpin retired in 1989, at which time he held the highest elective post of any African-American person in the state of Ohio. Many donors have contributed to his scholarship fund memorializing Ira G. Turpin.

Tuscarawas County Public Library Foundation

Tuscarawas County Public Library Foundation

  • EST. 2019

Established in 2019, The Tuscarawas County Public Library Foundation provides a permanent stream of income that continues to grow with the financial support from supporters of the library. Income from the foundation helps sustain the library’s programming and services for generations to come.

Tyburski Family Charitable Fund

  • EST. 2016
Julie Tyrrell Family Charitable Fund

Julie Tyrrell Family Charitable Fund

  • EST. 2018

Julie Tyrrell created a charitable fund to carry on the legacy of her grandparents, Bill and Dorothy Phillips, who were equally committed to giving back to the community as they were to their family. Her children, Liam and Madeline, will continue their family’s tradition of helping others in need as successor advisors to this fund.

Virginia H. Uebing Charitable Fund

  • EST. 1996
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