Bucky Kopf Chairman of American National Bank has died

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Bucky Kopf Death – Chairman of American National Bank Bucky Kopf of Avon Lake, Ohio has died. He passed away sadly leaving family, friends and colleagues devastated. He was confirmed dead through a Facebook post that says “I worked for Bucky for 7 years and he was a great boss and was always supportive to me, my family and the Avon Lake community. I am sorry for his loss and especially to his family and to the community, he will be greatly missed! RIP Mr Kop”. The cause of Bucky Kopf’s death has not been released.

Following his graduation from West Liberty State College in 1964, Herman “Bucky” R. Kopf went on a career of entrepreneurship by creating Kopf Construction with a little amount of finance. He was able to make Kopf Builders into one of the most notable homebuilders and developers in the Greater Cleveland area by demonstrating amazing leadership. At the moment, Kopf is serving as the chairman of American National Bank, which is a small business bank located in Cleveland, Ohio.
The fact that he has served as a trustee at organizations like Baldwin Wallace College, Lorain Community College, Community Health Partners Hospital, Lakeland Health Care, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Salvation Army in the past and continues to do so today was evidence of his dedication to making a positive impact on the community.

Bucky, who was involved in a number of different positions, was a devoted member of the National Association of Home Builders and an advocate for the organization. In 2001, he was honored with entry into the North Coast Home Builders Hall of Fame, which was a recognition of the achievements he had made. Additionally, in 1996, he was inducted into the Avon Lake Sports Hall of Fame as a result of his incredible achievements in the sporting world.

He was a loving and caring that everyone loves to be around. He was a force to be reckoned with and was a source of joy and inspiration to those around him. He was very dedicated to whatever he does and will be deeply missed by all that knew him.

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