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Family Service Appoints Atherton Philanthropist Ed Seipp as Lifetime Board Member

Original post made by Katherine Chouteau, another community, on Jul 14, 2008

Ed Seipp, a retired, 90-year-old Atherton resident and major Bay Area philanthropist, recently was appointed as a lifetime board member by Family Service Agency of San Mateo County’s Board of Directors. A member of Family Service's board since 2005, Seipp was selected for the honor due to his outstanding dedication to the nonprofit's mission of helping struggling Peninsula children, families and older adults build positive and productive lives. Family Service's Board of Directors inducted Seipp during the annual meeting in June.

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