Aaron H. Zychick
Aaron H. Zychick joined the City Club in 1926 and was an active member for 57 years. Mr. Zychick was an attorney for 60 years in the Cleveland area.
In 1967, President Lyndon Johnson awarded him a medal of distinguished service to the government in recognition of his work as United States Commissioner General of the 1936 and 1937 Great Lakes Expositions of Cleveland.
In 1940 and 1941, Mr. Zychick was a leader of the Selective Service program in Cuyahoga County and was chairman of Draft Board 34 in downtown Cleveland.
Mr. Zychick was active in Democratic politics, was a charter member of the Cuyahoga County Bar Association, and active in the American Legion.
Ruth S. Zychick
Ruth S. Zychick was a teacher in Cleveland elementary schools from 1921 until her retirement in 1968.
After Mrs. Zychick’s graduation from Flora Stone Mather of Western Reserve University, her first assignment was Hough Elementary School. She also taught at Parkwood, Rosedale, Quincy, Gladstone, John Burroughs, and Harvey Rice.
Mrs. Zychick was a member of Fairmount Temple and a volunteer worker for the Fairmount Temple Sisterhood, Hadassah, the Brandeis University Club, and projects for the blind.
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