WOLVERINE’S VP JOINS MHPN BOARD
Wolverine’s VP Joins MHPN Board
Grand Rapids, MI – (May 14, 2013) Wolverine Building Group is pleased to announce that our
Vice President, Aaron Jonker, has been elected to the board of the Michigan Historic Preservation Network.
Aaron Jonker has completed a number of historic renovations projects throughout Michigan, including the award-winning 101 South Division Lofts in downtown Grand Rapids, the Durant in Flint, MI, and Cottage 36 in Traverse City, MI. He is currently part of a team that’s overseeing the historic renovation of the historic Central School in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Wolverine Building Group has an extensive resume of award-winning historic restoration projects.
The goal of the Michigan Historic Preservation Network is to advocate for Michigan’s historic places to contribute to our economic vitality, sense of place and connection to the past.