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Bradley C. Bebout

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Palace Cultural Arts Association

HQ Phone:  (740) 383-2101

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Palace Cultural Arts Association

276 W Center Street

Marion, Ohio,43302

United States

Company Description

The Historic Palace Theatre of Marion, OH. Built in 1928 and designed by architect John Eberson. Located at 76 W. Center St. Marion, OH 43302 Phone: (740)383-2101 Fax: (740)387-3425 ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Jacob


President

Merriman Curhan Ford & Co.


dation's Past President

Marion Community Foundation


Affiliations

Ohio State Bar Association

Member


Education

degrees

Bowling Green State University


degrees

Ohio Northern University


Web References(90 Total References)


www.marion.net

Bebout To Retire From Marion Community Foundation
By Marion Community Foundation Apr 16, 2013, 12:48 Email this article Printer friendly page President and CEO of Marion Community Foundation since 2000, Brad Bebout has announced his intent to retire at the end of this year. A succession committee, created by the Board of Trustees, will fully utilize the luxury of several months of planning to search for Bebout's replacement. The committee will begin by taking an in depth look at the organization, developing a professional profile and identifying the skill set desired for Marion Community Foundation's next leader. The position will be advertized nationally. During Bebout's 13-year tenure, he has guided Marion Community Foundation to National Standards accreditation. Bebout is serving a second tern of appointment on the Ohio Attorney General's Charitable Advisory Council, which identifies emerging issues in the field of philanthropy and advises the Attorney General on issues related to educational needs, policy development, and administration of charitable organizations. Bebout, who hails from Convoy, Ohio, holds degrees from Bowling Green State University and Ohio Northern University, where he graduated from law school in 1980. He started his career by joining his father-in-law, Riley Hall, in law practice, along with brother-in-law, Kevin Hall. During his legal career, Bebout presided over hearings as a magistrate or acting judge in every court in Marion County. Although no longer in private practice, Bebout maintains membership in the Ohio State Bar Association and the Marion County Bar Association. He is a past president of the Marion County Bar Association. Bebout has served the community on numerous boards, including the Palace Cultural Arts Association, Marion Palace Theatre Endowment Fund, Marion Area Chamber of Commerce, Marion Noon Kiwanis, Stengel-True Museum, Marion Area Counseling Center, Marion Goodwill Industries, Marion Civil Service Commission, Community Reinvestment Committee, Ohio Children's Trust Fund and Handicap Awareness Association. Brad has performed in local theatre in Upper Sandusky, Bucyrus and Marion -- primarily at The Palace. I have come to realize that is true," said Bebout. "The most rewarding part of my job is working with MCF's donors. I'm fortunate to be able to brainstorm with them, dream together, and create legacies. It doesn't get any better than that!" The mission of the Marion Community Foundation is to assist the community in creating their own legacy through gifts that will give back to the community for years to come. Bebout will also be leaving a legacy of commitment, caring, and community involvement that will live on after his retirement in December of this year.


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Jim Barney will introduce our own Brad Bebout to speak to us about The Marion Community Foundation (MCF) which was founded in 1998 when Ohio MedCenter Foundation, Inc. (d.b.a. MedCenter Hospital) sold its assets to Marion General Hospital.MedCenter changed its name to the Marion Community Foundation then reorganized itself as a community foundation.
n 2000, Brad Bebout was appointed President/CEO of MCF. rad is an attorney and former court magistrate, and he will tell us more about Marion Community Foundation. Brad Bebout will greet you and Doug White will give the invocation.


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Brad Bebout and Diana Rinesmith
Bradley C. Bebout is Marion Community Foundation's President and Chief Executive Officer. Brad joined the staff in May 2000 coming from a career in law. He had been an attorney in private practice and he had served for many years as a Magistrate for various Marion County courts. Brad has been active in the community having previously served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Marion Area Chamber of Commerce, President of Marion Noon Kiwanis, and President of the Palace Theatre's Board of Trustees. Brad is proud to have worked with many other fine community organizations. He is also a member of the Marion County Bar Association and the Ohio State Bar Association. You might have seen Brad in the cast of a Palace Theatre musical or in some other community theatre production.


www.marioncommunityfoundation.com

Brad Bebout and Diana Rinesmith Bradley C. Bebout is Marion Community Foundation's President and Chief Executive Officer.Brad joined the staff in May 2000 coming from a career in law.He had been an attorney in private practice and he had served for many years as a Magistrate for various Marion County courts.Brad has been active in the community having previously served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Marion Area Chamber of Commerce, President of Marion Noon Kiwanis, and President of the Palace Theatre's Board of Trustees.Brad is proud to have worked with many other fine community organizations.He is also a member of the Marion County Bar Association and the Ohio State Bar Association.You might have seen Brad in the cast of a Palace Theatre musical or in some other community theatre production.


www.marion.net [cached]

Marion Community Foundation's past president Brad Bebout was instrumental in the collaboration which added the lake to the Tallgrass property.


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