Reinhart Shareholder Herbers Appointed Chairman of the Board of the Catholic Community Foundation

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MILWAUKEE – Effective July 1, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c. (Reinhart) shareholder John A. Herbers has been appointed Chairman of the Board of the Catholic Community Foundation.

Herbers is a shareholder in Reinhart's Trusts and Estates Practice. He is also a member of the firm's Litigation, Tax and Business Law Practices. Herbers' clients include owners and operators of family businesses, professionals and individuals with significant wealth. His practice includes estate planning, family business planning, retirement planning, marital and prenuptial agreements, probate and trust administration, fiduciary litigation and charitable giving. In addition to his Wisconsin practice, he is licensed to practice in Florida and works with many clients who have interests in both states.

Herbers holds leadership roles in Milwaukee-area Boy Scout organizations, serves on the Planned Giving Council of both Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and Marquette University High School, and serves on the Board of Directors at Divine Savior Holy Angels High School.

About the Catholic Community Foundation

The Catholic Community Foundation was established in July, 2001, as a separate entity independent of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and governed by its own Board of Directors. It helps serve the needs of individuals and families who wish to provide lasting support to those causes they care most about.  Donors can make a gift to establish a separate fund from which grants are awarded annually to support those causes that are dear to them—causes that ultimately advance the mission of the Church. The Foundation also helps parishes, schools and Catholic organizations manage their long-term investment and endowment funds wisely, easily and cost effectively. All investment managers invest based on socially responsible guidelines.

Since inception, the Foundation has provided over $5.3 million in grants to various organizations throughout Southeastern Wisconsin that support their four focus areas of education, leadership development, community building and health care in Milwaukee.


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