Charles & Jane Taylor
Charles Taylor and Jane Brooks were raised in rural Ashland County where both learned responsibility and a strong work ethic at early ages on the “farm”—Charlie in “South County” and Jane in “North County.” Mr. Taylor trained as a machinist and tool and die maker and served in the U.S. Army in skilled trade management while Jane pursued her goal of becoming a nurse. They married in 1973 and moved back to Northern Ashland County in 1985.
Over the years, Charlie followed a diversified career, he owned and managed a scientific education manufacturing supply company, an asphalt maintenance material and dust suppressant company, and was a principal member in a startup telecommunications power transmission company. He has served on various Boards and as a management consultant to include the Foundation. Both are involved in ACCF Committees.
ACCF donors, Charlie and Jane helped create the Loudonville-Perrysville High School Class of 1962 Scholarship Fund to benefit graduates.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor have observed the steady growth of the Foundation. Each year there are new and exciting ventures to serve the people of Ashland County now and into the future. The Taylor’s transferred their life insurance policies to ACCF for the Operations Endowment to ensure the long term management of the Foundation.