Who was William C. Munn?

Munn portrait of William C. MunnMr. William C. Munn, Jr. was elected to the Spencerport School District Board of Education in June 1966, and served as Board President from 1970 - 1975.

When Mr. Munn joined the Board of Education, the district enrolled 3598 students. During his tenure on the Board, the Town Line School (now known as Terry Taylor Elementary School) and the Ada M. Cosgrove School were constructed.

Mr. Munn actively participated as the Board representative to the Curriculum Council from 1972 - 1975. His dedication to the Board was evidenced by his outstanding attendance while on the Board. He was re-elected to the Board in June 1975 and of the six candidates seeking office, he received the largest number of votes cast.

Long active in the White Church of Spencerport, he served as Deacon, Senior Deacon, Chairman and member of the Financial Planning Committee as well as a Sunday School Teacher for several years.

He served as President of the Spencerport Business Association, and during his term of office the group was renamed the Spencerport Chamber of Commerce.

Mr. Munn was an original member, who served on the Steering Committee, that organized the Spencerport Volunteer Ambulance Service.

Since 1961 he was the owner-manager of Geist and Waterstraat, a local plumbing, heating and air conditioning business.

Mr. Munn passed away on February 24, 1976. Cornerstone Tribute, March 1976