The Board of Directors for the Anderson Foundation for Parks and Recreation
Dale has served as an Anderson Foundation for Parks and Recreation director since 1996. He served on the Anderson Park District Board of Park Commissioners from 1996 - 2016.
Previously, Dale was previously a long-time active member of Kiwanis International. Kiwanis is a world-wide service organization working through individual community clubs for the benefit of their respective communities with a particular focus on needs of children.
In 1991, Dale’s knowledge of construction earned him an appointment to the Anderson Township Development Advisory Committee. He is still active on that committee having served many years as chairman.
For his long record of unending community service, Dale was recognized as Citizen of the Year in 1997 by the Anderson Township Chamber of Commerce.
Since 1984, the Bartholomew family has been active in the Mt. Washington Baptist Church. Dale has served on the board of the church’s land holding company serving as Vice President for two years and as the past chairman of the holding company’s board of trustees.
In 2001 Dale was appointed to the State of Ohio Small Business Advisory Council by then Ohio Governor Bob Taft to assist in advising the governor on matters important to small businesses in the State of Ohio. He served on that council until the end of Governor Taft’s term in 2006.
In 2007, the Great Oaks Career and Technical Educational School District recognized Dale as “Distinguished Alumni.”
His previous community involvement includes being a member of the Mack Volunteer Fire Department, Anderson Youth Softball board member and coach, Purcell Marian High School Athletic Boosters president, Rookwood School District (St. Louis County, Mo.) Facilities Planning Committee, as well as working on the committees of various political candidates and community tax levies.
He is currently employed in the information technology industry with Mainline Information Systems, and has previously worked in sales and management for McDonnell Douglas Information Systems Group, Digital Equipment Corporation, Texas Instruments and Sterling Software.
Duffy and his wife Holly have two daughters, and several grandchildren.
A graduate from The Linder College of Business at University of Cincinnati, he currently serves on the Alumni Board of Governors at UC’s College of Business. He is past-president of the local chapter of NAIOP and currently serves on NAIOP’s Ohio Board. Josh is a Board member of the Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati and a Board Member of The Society for the Preservation of Memorial Hall in downtown Over-the-Rhine. He is a graduate of The Cincinnati Chamber’s Young Leadership Program, C-Change, and was also a recipient of the Business Courier’s Forty under 40 Award.
Josh is Vice President at Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) which provides corporate and commercial real estate consulting. He, and his wife Melissa have a daughter and twin sons.
In the late 1980's through 1996, Wayne served on the Board of the Southeast Cincinnati Soccer Association. He served in various positions for this organization, including President his last few years. He resigned in 1996 to accept a position as a Board of Park Commissioner with the Anderson Park District.
From 1995-2005, Wayne served on the Board of Park Commissioners in various position. That time frame saw the construction of Clear Creek Park and Riverside Park, as well as the acquisition of W. M. Johnson Hills Park.
From 2006-Present, Wayne has served as a Director with the Anderson Foundation for Parks and Recreation.