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Tim Yale

Tim YaleTim Yale's hometown of Fairmount, Indiana, is a proud Quaker community where his family members settled from North Carolina in the 1850s. He was raised in the Fairmount Friends Meeting as a fifth-generation member. After finishing undergraduate studies at Indiana University, he began working as a health facility administrator, which has been his occupation for 36 years. Tim’s career has been spent in Carmel, Anderson and north Indianapolis. Tim and his wife, Dr. Diane Buyer, a recently retired dentist, make their home in Indianapolis. They have lived on the White River near Keystone Crossing for 26 years. Hobbies include reading, gardening, swimming, exercise, traveling, volunteer work and time with friends and family. They have been active in First Friends Meeting, Indianapolis since 1980. 

 

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