New and Renewing HSF Members


New and Renewing HSF Members!

from January 31, 2014 to May 31, 2014



1733 Society Members

Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Jefferson Bolch, III
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cortese
Mr. Robert Long and Ms. Tracy L. Steen
Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Morrison, Jr.


1733 Society Corporate Members

Ameris Bank
Audi Hilton Head
Critz Auto Group
DIRTT Environmental Solutions, Inc.
Drayton Tower – Flank, Inc.
Dulany Industries, Inc.
The Fiduciary Group
Queensborough National Bank & Trust
Seacrest Partners, Inc.

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Guardian Members

Rives E. Worrell Company, Inc.

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Restorer Members

Mr. and Mrs. George Fawcett
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kole
Ms. Judy Woodard

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Artisan Members

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Carey
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Clifford
Mr. Jeffrey S. Eley and Mr. Gregory Vaughn
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Monahan
Ms. Swann Seiler
Mr. and Mrs. John Tatum
Mr. and Mrs. Hue Thomas III

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Protector Corporate Members

CHS Construction and Preservation
Green Truck Pub
Savannah Chamber of Commerce
The Parker Companies
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Renovation Lending


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Conservator Members

Dr. and Mrs. Chad Brock
Ms. Karen Clarke
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davenport
Dr. Deane Donnigan
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Haskins
Mr. Jim Johnston
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Kluttz
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Kramer
Mr. and Mrs. Wilder G. Little
Carolee F. and George H. Moore, Jr.
Dr. Melissa C. Parker
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Reitman
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. Saseen
Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Sirlin
Mr. and Mrs. William Stuebe

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Advocate Corporate Members

Dr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Allen, DDS
Dawson Architects, Inc.
Brennan & Wasden, LLP
Chatham Area Transit Authority
Choate Construction
KEIM Mineral Coatings of America, Inc.
Felder & Associates, LLC
Architectural Tours of Savannah
Thomas J. Sheehan Insurance, Inc.

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Hearth Members

Mrs. Elizabeth C. Corzilius
Mr. and Mrs. Asa B. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Jacobs
Dr. and Mrs. J. Robert Logan
Mr. and Mrs. Allan L. Peakes
Mr. and Mrs. Jason C. Pedigo
Mr. Ben Burrell and Mr. David Shephard
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Snayd
Mr. and Mrs. Christian B. Sottile
Dr. and Mrs. Roland S. Summers
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Washburn
Mr. George Vincent West and Mrs. Elizabeth Dodd West
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilford

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Sustainer Members

Mr. Robert K. Bell, Jr.
Mrs. Martha Blessington-Padilla
Ms. Dorothy W. Courington
Mr. Morgan Derst
Governomics, LLC
Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard Hackney
Mr. Andrew M. Ham
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hiott
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Inglesby, Jr.
Mr. William M. Kelly
Ms. Paula Kreissler
Ms. Chloe Fort Lenderman
Mr. Jesse J. Napoli
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Neely
Mrs. Jason Shirah

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13th Colony Members

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carroll
Ms. Erinn Carter
Ms. Sarah Dylla
Mr. Hitch Gilchrist
Mr. Austin Hill
Mr. Ed Hissam
Mr. Chad Keller
Dr. and Mrs. James A. Long
Ms. Jessica Lyons
Ms. Chassidy Malloy
Mrs. Stella R. Mathews
Ms. Yaires Oliveras
Ms. Jessica G. Pedigo
Mrs. Carson B. Penney
Mr. Eric Chin & Mr. Jonathan Stalcup
Ms. Courtney L. Valentine
Mr. and Mrs. Austin York

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Preserver Members

Mr. Dominic J. Annecchini
Dr. David A. Bell
John and Rebecca Bertram
Mrs. Kelly Bittinger
Mr. Kenneth W. Boyd
Mrs. Janice Brodhead
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kenneth Brownfield
Mr. Michael D. Browning
Mr. Robert A. Ciucevich
Mrs. Jane S. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. E. Bryan Connerat, Jr.
Mr. Gerald D. Cowart
Mrs. Judy Crisp
Ms. Elizabeth DuBose and Mr. Mark Frissell
Mr. Kevin Ford
Mr. and Mrs. David Fuchs
Mrs. Marilyn Stack-Gill and Mr. Robert P. Gill
Mr. Vincent J. Green
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hensley
Mrs. Gloria D. Horstman
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hungerpiller
Mrs. Theresa Johnson
Mr. Eli P. Karatassos
Mr. Leftwich Kimbrough
Ms. Sally E. Kruger
Dr. Richard F. Leighton
Ms. Monica Letourneau
Mrs. Karen Martorelli
Mrs. Aileen J. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Morison
Ms. Barbara Moschella
Ms. Donna Murley
Mr. Henry Nanninga
Mrs. Maureen C. O’Brien
Ms. Patricia A. Otis
Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Peters, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenwald
Ms. Dolly Chisholm and Mr. Graham Sadler
Mr. Dan Schneider
Dr. Brad Sites
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sparks
Ms. Jill S. Strauss
Mrs. Cornelia G. Stumpf
Mr. and Mrs. John Tegley
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Tuttle
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Valentino
Mr. Arthur H. Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar C. Walter
Mrs. Suzanne H. Williams
Mr. Walter G.B. Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Wyatt
Mrs. John H. Yingling

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The Slave Dwelling Conference


The Slave Dwelling Conference

 September 18th - 20th, 2014

Coastal Georgia Center
Savannah, Georgia


  • Plenary Speakers
  • A ‘Sacred Places Tour of Slave Dwellings
  • Visual Artist Marketplace Themed on Slave Dwellings 
  • Entertainment - Anita Prather and The Gullah Kinfolk
  • ‘Coming To The Table’ – Healing Sessions from Descendants of
  • Slaves and Slave Owners - Missouri Heritage Foundation



Our MissionOur mission is to identify and assist property owners, government agencies and organizations to preserve extant slave dwellings.

Our Purpose:  To become a clearinghouse for the identification of resources to document and preserve slave swellings throughout the United States.

Our Task:  It is essential that the Slave Dwelling Project serve as a conduit for the identification of preservation resources for owners of slave dwellings that have a desire to save these dwellings for posterity. We also seek to assist in the acquisition of {slave} dwellings within a community in order to mitigate the possibility of demolition.

Our Goal:  To brig historians, students, faculty, writers, legislators, organizations, corporations, artists and the  general  public together to educate and organize resources  to save these important collectibles of  our American  history.


A State of South Carolina nonprofit corporation with a 501 (c) 3 tax exempt application is pending with the Internal Revenue Service.

Website:  www.slavedwellingproject.org  Email:  jmcgill769@gmail.com

Contact Info: (912) 655-1148 Savannah Office

6205 Abercorn, Suite 219, Savannah, GA  31405

Year-End Challenge Grant A Success!

Thank-You-Image-1We asked for your help and you responded! Not only did you meet the year-end grant challenge, you exceeded it. Thank you, most sincerely!

HSF prides itself on making a difference in the community. Our small staff and large volunteer base leverage all available resources to save endangered historic buildings and promote smart planning for Savannah’s future. As the recognized leader of the preservation movement throughout Savannah and Chatham County, we protect and preserve Savannah’s heritage through advocacy, education and community involvement.

With a full year of educational programing and exciting fund raising events, 2014 is off to a great start. Again, thank you!

Consult our website for volunteer opportunities and 2014 calendar details.

Happy New Year!

2014 HSF Gala (staging)



Title Sponsor

AudiHiltonHead - Sponsor3

Principal Sponsors

                  Ameris Sponsor                 2014_TFG-Logo_Large














A few words from our Sponsors

“We are looking forward to sponsoring the Historic Savannah Foundation Gala for the first time this year. We’re proud to be involved with such a crucial organization in Savannah.”
- Warner Peacock, President & CEO of New River Auto Mall



“We are proud to join forces with Audi Hilton Head and AmerisBank as major sponsors of the HSF Gala. We all share the important values of trust, preservation, and stewardship, and our community and local economy benefit every day from the important work of this organization.”
- Malcolm Butler, President & CEO of The Fiduciary Group



“We greatly admire HSF’s steadfast work to preserve Savannah’s unique history, and their dedication to revitalizing the longstanding Savannah charm. The work of HSF contributes to making Savannah such a desirable place to live and work. We are honored to support this work because we truly believe in the power of our community and its heritage.”
- Austen Carroll, Ameris Bank Savannah Market President

Federal Funding for Historic Preservation

August 29th, 2013

capitol-hillThose who value historic preservation find ourselves at yet another critical juncture and our voice is needed to ensure the important work to preserve our nation’s historic resources continues unimpeded.

Congress is quickly approaching the end of its fiscal year giving rise to the need to pass legislation that will fund the government and the programs we care about for the next twelve months.  What we have seen for many years is increasing pressure to reduce the deficit by cutting spending for discretionary programs, like the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF).

The HPF is the primary means to ensure appropriate implementation of our nation’s historic preservation laws and the only way to adequately safeguard our historic resources.

The proposed House Interior, and Environment and Related Agencies appropriations bill for Fiscal Year 2014 contains $24.3 billion in funding, which represents a cut of $5.5 billion below FY 2013 enacted levels. The proposed bill would decrease funding for the HPF by 19 percent, a reduction that will result in an inability to protect important historic sites and the immediate loss of American jobs.

Funding these core historic preservation programs represents a basic investment in America’s treasured legacy multiplied many times over through public-private economic partnerships and ventures. Most importantly, funding from the HPF creates jobs and economic opportunities while at the same time ensuring the protection of historic resources that might otherwise be lost forever. The final funding amount for the HPF and other important programs will be determined in large measure by the extent to which Congress hears from the preservation community.

Your assistance is needed to demonstrate support for Federal preservation and conservation programs.  Maximize your impact by contacting your Senators and Representatives directly to express support for strong preservation and conservation programs.

To find contact information for your Senators and Representatives please visit beta.congress.gov/members.

Please refer to America’s Voice for Conservation, Recreation, and Preservation (AVCRP) website www.avcrp.org  for suggested talking points.
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