f Richard Ware, secretary of the Earhart and Relm Foundations, has been named president of the United Fund and Community Services board for the 1969 term. Since he was elected to the UF board of directors in January, 1966, Ware has served as chairman of the capital improvements committee and, during the past year, as vice president. He will succeed Nelson DeFord in the new office. A gradúate of Lehigh University with a master's degree in public administration from Wayne State University! Ware came to Ann Arbor in 1956 as secretary of the foundations, both of which opérate programs in educational philanthropy. He has been involved personally as a consultant to the new independent Greenhills School which opened here in September. For nine years he was a member of the city Planning Commission, s e r v i n g three terms as president. He headed the central business district study for the'Chamber of Commerce in the early 1960s, and was a yearly solicitor for the UF campaign before joining the board. Before coming to Ann Arbor, Ware was assistant director of the Citizens Research Council of Michigan in Detroit. He lives with his wife, Lucille, and four children at 2815 Washtenaw.
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