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Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation to get new president


MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The foundation that works to conserve the work of architect Frank Lloyd Wright has a new president.

Sean Malone will serve as chief executive officer and president of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Malone is leaving the Ten Chimneys Foundation, which he helped start in 1996 to help save Ten Chimneys.

Ten Chimneys is the former home of late theater greats Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt in Genesee Depot.

He's takes over on Feb. 1 for interim-president and CEO Anne Maley who is stepping down.

Wright established his foundation himself in Scottsdale, Ariz. in 1940 as a cultural and educational institution and primary conservator of his work.

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