Memorial Gifts - a few examples...

We have many ways for you, your family or your company to make a major impact in your community. We have limitless opportunities for you to connect with people in Greenwood and make it a great place to live and work.Contact Jane Weisenbach to discuss what kind of IMPACT you want to make and what legacy you or a loved one, want to provide to the people of Greenwood. Jane can be reached at  (317) 881-1953  or her direct telephone number  (317) 883-4249  or jweisenbach@greenwoodlibrary.us.

Here are some ways that two families honored their loved ones:


W.J. "Bill" Fisher Memorial Fountain

The family and friends of W.J. “Bill” Fisher have generously donated money to the Friends of GPL in his memory and a special project has been commissioned to beautify the library that he loved. Mr. Fisher was a regular patron at GPL since its time on Polk Street. He frequented the library where he continued to pursue his enthusiasm for lifelong learning. “Pop” as he was also known, raised his two sons and one daughter in Greenwood with his wife “Bunny”. He was a naval aviator, veteran, businessman, loving husband and father and an active member of this community. His love of nature and the outdoors is reflected in this beautiful waterfall.

Ruth Weldy Mauzy Study Room 

The family of Ruth Weldy Mauzy honored her service to Greenwood and her commitment to learning with the Group Study Room at the Greenwood Public Library.  Her love of books, music and the arts was an inspiration to her family and was shared with many friends. This room is designed for quiet study or reading with no distractions from the stacks. This great room has a beautiful plaque recognizing Mrs. Mauzy.