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Ruth Ann Leever

Honorary Director

Waterbury Symphony Orchestra

HQ Phone:  (203) 574-4283

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Waterbury Symphony Orchestra

160 Robbins Street

Waterbury, Connecticut,06708

United States

Company Description

Founded in May 1938 under the direction of Maestro Mario DiCecco, the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra (WSO) has spent the past several decades promoting the understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of symphonic and orchestral music. Originally incorporated as th...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chairwoman

Leever Foundation


Choir Director and Organist

First Congregational Church


Affiliations

Harold Leever Fund

Founder


Web References(6 Total References)


Waterbury Symphony Orchestra

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In Memoriam

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Ruth Ann Leever
Ruth Ann Leever Ruth Ann was a remarkable wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend. She lived in Watertown before moving to Bethlehem in 1952. She welcomed everyone into her home and was greatly admired by all who knew her. She was a no nonsense woman with a joyful sense of humor who had an agile mind and an insatiable curiosity about everything. Her love for travel was evidenced by her exploring the back roads of Litchfield County, following maps to explore her roots in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and a family farm overseas in Wales, making sketches of family homes along the way. She welcomed international exchange students into her home from Finland, Trinidad and the Netherlands, keeping in touch with all of her worldwide friends as she embraced modern technology on her ipad. Ruth Ann was the choir director and organist at the First Church of Bethlehem UCC and the First Congregational Church in Watertown for over five decades; she often walked over two miles to and from organ practice. Although she avoided the limelight, her passion for orchestral music was the inspiration for the the Fine Arts Center atrium at Naugatuck Valley Community College, several Waterbury Symphony education initiatives including Bravo Waterbury, and many other education programs in Litchfield and New Haven counties. She served on the Board of Directors of the Leever Foundation and the Waterbury Symphony, and was active in girl scouting. The Woodbury-Bethlehem Community Music Foundation, Inc. was one of Ruth Ann's many supported organizations. She helped spearhead what we now see and hear in the string players of Region 14. Her dedication to our mission and this project never wavered. Ruth Ann felt priveleged to attend the very first performance of the String Students at Mitchell School in 2011. We hope that we can live up to the legacy she has left for us in providing our community, and particularly it's children, the means, commitment and passion to pursue music as a way of enhancing our lives!


Connecticut Community Foundation - Partner Funders

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Leever Foundation :Harold and Ruth Ann Leever established The Leever Foundation to support projects that make a fundamental difference in people's lives.


www.conncf.org

Harold and Ruth Ann Leever established the Harold Leever Fund in 1983.
During his life time, Harold regularly contributed his time and effort to many nonprofit organizations.


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