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His tenure overseeing the ...
His tenure overseeing the Geauga Park District proceeded quietly until November 2013, when the Park Board fired longstanding Executive Director Tom Curtin after 14 years at the helm.
Board member Jim Patterson voted to keep Curtin.
"A car with its tires still on it was ordered buried by Tom Curtin
at the Felkin property on Bradford Drive in Munson Township.
personal property, which was left to the park district by Donald and Dorothy Felkin, was never probated and the estate could have been contested.
Firearms, including a Thompson submachine gun, that were part of the estate were negligently mishandled and to this day have not been adequately accounted for," Fishbach wrote in Geauga County's News-Herald.
denied that the guns went missing, but admitted that burying the car in the basement of the property was a mistake - a hasty decision in an incident that occurred over a decade ago.
In the interim, Curtin
had built the Geauga Park District
into one of the state's most respected institutions.
From the Dec. 17, 2013, News-Herald
is a great person.
Opposition to Grendell's
vision for the Geauga Park District
started with the firing of Curtin
, but the threat of mining and logging the park galvanized the broader community.
Grendell describes the incident at the Felkin property that sparked his recommendation to the Park Board to not renew Executive Director Tom Curtin's contract.
Trails are among the most popular ...
Trails are among the most popular aspects of the parks, according to Geauga Park District Director Tom Curtin.
Geauga Park District - Find a Department
Tom Curtin, Executive Director
"Nick will bring a wealth of ...
"Nick will bring a wealth of experience to our park board," says Geauga Park District Executive Director Tom Curtin.
I am confident he will be of great assistance to Director Curtin and the other Board Members."
"The other Park
Board members and I wish to extend our sincere gratitude to John for his years of service," says Tom Curtin
Geauga Park District - Park Board
Thomas G. Curtin