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Topic - Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory
Posted: Aug 02 2021 at 11:33am By painter777
In 1980 or 1981 We painted a new summer home for John Hillerich III near East Lansing, MI on Applegate Drive in a high end neighborhood called 'White Hills'.
He along with my 2 Uncles were all Kentuckians, so they got along very well.
He had a impressive collection of their Golf Clubs. I finished the custom made display room built just for the clubs. Fun loving practical joker and a pleasure to know and be around. He retired I believe in early 2000. We called him Jack. His Wife had family ties here in Michigan. They lived between the regional president of Coca Cola and the president of Lansing, MI based Motor Wheel Corp.
Jack had a World Class collection of Autographed baseball bats.... 100's of them. His family room was full of early family members pictured with baseball stars like Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Hank Aaron .. you name them, they were there. He was proud of their immigration roots and long tight family run business.

FWIW,
Ch-P777

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