Tom Jeffris, President

Thomas M. Jeffris

Tom graduated from Brown University with a Bachelor’s Degree in history and worked for the Parker Pen company. After he left Parker, he ran the Foundation to pursue his interest in preservation. He was appointed five times by Governor Thompson to the Wisconsin Historical Society’s Board of Curators. He has

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Roman Vetter, Director

Roman Vetter

Roman Vetter’s passion for architectural history and preservation began while working on his Bachelor’s Degree in finance and economics at the University of Wisconsin. He later acquired and restored a number of buildings in Madison, ranging from Craftsman style to Bauhaus design. Roman joined the Stark Real Estate Company and

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Royce Yeater

Royce Yeater

Royce earned a Bachelor of Architecture from North Dakota State University and a Masters in Architectural History from the University of Virginia. He practiced as an historical architect in the Upper Midwest for 30 years, and was concurrently involved in leadership of several non-profit preservation organizations. In 2001 he left

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