A Few Accomplishments
Veterans Memorial

The Trumbull 100 spearheaded the construction of the Trumbull County Vererans' Memorial. Several Trumbull 100 members served on the project's
oversight committee. Various local businesses, community groups and area construction unions spent many volunteer hours and donated in-kind services to complete this project. Nearly $500,000 was raised through the sale of bricks (nearly 3,000), pavers (over 500) and sponsorships to purchase the bronze WWII statue and building materials to complete the project. The memorial was dedicated on November 11, 2008 and stands in doentown Warren to honor all veterans.

June 2010 - Burbank Park

The Burbank Park renovation project was completed with over $140,000 in goods and services contributed from many sources including the Warren Athletic League, Mahoning Valley Scrappers and Trumbull 100. The park is located on the northwest side of Warren. Bill Casey led the charge to return Burbank Park to its original form. He called the park
“a gem” now that renovations are finished. Work on the concession stand and four baseball fields began in 2008 and was finished in June, 2010. Security cameras have been installed and vandalism has been halted. Over 500 children from all over Trumbull County regularly play in the park and a statewide baseball tournament was held in the park.

 



 

 

 

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Ned Gold

A partner in the law firm of Ford, Gold & Falgiani Law Group, Ltd. (and a former partner in the law firm of Harrington, Hoppe & Mitchell, Ltd.), Ned C. Gold Jr. is a certified specialist in Labor and Employment law, and also practices employee benefits, general law, corporate law and business law. He attended college and law school at St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1963 and a Juris Doctorate in 1966.

Born and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Attorney Gold is licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio and various federal courts. He holds bar memberships in the Ohio State Bar Association and the Trumbull County Bar Association.

Ned was a Captain in the United States Air Force serving as a Judge Advocate from 1966-1971. While in the Air Force, he did graduate work at Wichita State University and the University of Alaska.

Ned has been active with the Boy Scouts of America for more than 60 years and is an Eagle Scout. He serves on the Advisory Committee of the Central Region, which includes the 13 midwest states. He is chairman of the Boy Scouts Report to the Governor Program for the State of Ohio and is an officer and board member of the Greater Western Reserve Council. Ned is a holder of the Silver Beaver and Silver Antelope awards and was the fifth person ever to receive the Silver Sage Award. He is the founder of the Philmont Staff Association of Philmont Scout Ranch, the Boy Scout’s large national Scout Camp in New Mexico.

Ned has been very active in professional and civic organizations for many years. Over the years, his associations have included:serving with the Save Our Air Reserve Base Committee; Hospice of the Valley Board of Directors; The Butler Museum of American Art Board of Directors; Beatitude House Board of Directors; Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber; Christ Episcopal Church Foundation; Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services Foundation Board of Trustees; Warren Development Association Board of Directors; Trumbull 100 Board and now as Immediate past President; Trumbull 100 representative to The Fund For Our Economic Future ("The Fund") and a member of various committees of The Fund; Better Business Bureau of Mahoning Valley Board of Directors; Kent State University at Trumbull Campus Advisory Board; Buckeye Club and Trumbull Country Club; Trumbull County Chapter of the American Red Cross Board of Directors and its successor – American Red Cross of the Mahoning Valley; United Way of Trumbull County Board of Trustees; Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County Board of Directors; Society of Ohio Hospital Attorneys Board of Directors; Midwest Pension Society Board of Directors; and the Visiting Nurse Association of The Mahoning Valley as well of trumbull County Board of Directors.

In addition to his Scouting recognitions, Attorney Gold's recent recognitions include being listed among top Ohio lawyers by Super Lawyers and Cincinatti Magazine, receiving the Les Stauffer Community Service Award from the Rotary Club of Warren, receiving the "Community Star" award from the Tribune Chronicle and American Red Cross, and the Distinguished Service Award from the Trumbull County Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Ned and his wife Debbie live in Howland. They have three children: Greg Gold, an attorney in Denver; Marianne Hoover of Durango, Colorado; and Angela Kellar of Mecca Township. They have six grandchildren.