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Mr. Michael E. Bedenbaugh

Executive Director

Palmetto Trust

Direct Phone: (803) ***-****       

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Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation

Palmetto Trust

306 East North Street

Greenville, South Carolina 29601

United States

Company Description

The Palmetto Trust's Revolving Fund was established to rescue and re-sell historic properties in South Carolina that are threatened by neglect or development pressures. The revolving fund has been in place for nearly a decade and in that time, we have suc ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

SC and US History Teacher

Newberry Academy


Prosperity Business Association

Board Member

Chairman Emeritus
National Trust for Historic Preservation

Chairman Emeritus
Union/Laurens Commission on Higher Education

Historial Society

Secretary of Interior Standards for Rehabilitation
Historic Structures

the United States Navy


Historic Preservation and Community Planning

College of Charleston

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CEO/Executive Director Mr. Michael Bedenbaugh

Executive Director/CEO Mr. Michael Bedenbaugh Experience Michael Bedenbaugh came on as Executive Director of the Palmetto Trust in June of 2007 bringing a very diverse personal and professional background in business management, marketing and political leadership. Mike was born on his family's farm in Prosperity, SC in 1961 and grew up respecting the importance of "place". Mike left home in 1981 for a 5 year stint in the Navy serving onboard the USS South Carolina. Following that he returned to School at University of SC and Columbia College in NYC majoring in International/Soviet studies with a minor in History. ollowing graduation Mike became partner and CEO in a start up merchandising and marketing company called Post No Bills, Inc. Mike helped grow that business from one operating out of his living room to a 4 million dollar company with offices in both LA and NYC. In addition to his duties at Post No Bills, Mike formed an import / export business called FOB Earth shipping goods out of the US to Yugoslavia as well as managing a Celtic Rock Band Seven Nations and producing a PBS Special titled "An Evening with Seven Nations" that aired nationally in 1998. In the public sphere, he was appointed to serve on Newberry County's first planning Commission as well as moving up to be Chairman of the Board of Zoning Appeals and ultimately being elected as a city councilman of Prosperity. It was in 1993 that Mike became aware of the newly formed Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation and joined the organization as a board member in 1996 serving for two years. Due to divorce, Mike left Post No Bills in 2002 and taught high school social studies for three years while also starting a historic house consulting company. In 2007, Mike was asked by the Board of Directors to take the organizations helm as Executive Director. Since 2007, Mike has attracted over $500,000 in grants, raised the profile through media appearances, and most importantly, has helped to save dozens of historic properties that otherwise would have been lost.
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Michael Bedenbaugh

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"Our primary goal is to preserve the places in South Carolina that mean so much to our state and its history," said Michael Bedenbaugh, executive director of The Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation.

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Michael Bedenbaugh of the Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation will be one of the many preservationists that will provide information on historic preservation of sites. He will present on the "Saving Gullah Homes for Gullah Families" project as well.

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Michael Bedenbaugh, executive director of the Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation, will be the guest speaker at the June 18 meeting of the Old Pendleton District Genealogical Society which will start at 7 p.m. at the Central-Clemson Library on S.C ... Read more on Anderson Independent Mail

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Mike Bedenbaugh, Executive Director of the Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation, engages students with a fascinating look at history and the evolution of architecture using some of South Carolina's historically significant properties. With a colorful and fun PowerPoint presentation loaded with photos, Mike demonstrates what makes a building pleasing to the eye and relates the "divine principles" of architecture to other objects… and people.

Next, Mike concentrates on South Carolina's unique architectural heritage and what makes historical properties worth preserving by telling stories of landmark homes and the people who lived in there in the past.
Mike can customize his presentation by using examples and photos of properties in your region.
Mike Bedenbaugh Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation (803) 896-6234

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