Cleveland Metroparks gratefully acknowledges The Wiesenberger Family Fund of The Cleveland Foundation as its charter donor of Branching Out. This gift supports reforestation in Cleveland Metroparks now and in the future.
In appreciation of the Wiesenberger Family Fund's gift to Branching Out, Cleveland Metroparks planted a sugar maple tree across from Tyler Barn in Rocky River Reservation in memory of Marie and Bob Wiesenberger. This location is meaningful to the Wiesenberger family since it is near their home and they have fond memories of the joy the "drives in the valley" brought to Marie in her later years. It is also special since Bob worked for the W.S.Tyler Co. for more than 38 years.
Lynn Bruneau and Peg Thomas with the sugar maple tree planted in Rocky River Reservation in memory of their parents, Marie and Bob Wiesenberger.
Location of Wiesenberger Family Memorial Tree
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