SAVANNAH, GA.—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Joe Foltz joined Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, Savannah Mayor Eddie DeLoach and other dignitaries at the Armstrong Kessler Mansion Gala on April 27.
Joe and his wife, Rhonda, were seated at the table of longtime client Richard Kessler, Chairman and CEO of The Kessler Collection. Joining them were Gov. Kemp, Mayor DeLoach and his wife, Cynthia.
Built in 1919 by George Ferguson Armstrong and designed by world renowned Beaux Arts architect, Henrik Wallin, the original Armstrong Mansion is the only Italian Renaissance Revival home in Savannah listed in the authoritative A Field Guide to American Houses. A registered National Landmark, the mansion has served many purposes. From a private residence, to the Armstrong Memorial Junior College and most recently home to a law firm, it is now coming full circle as a residence for prominent art patron, entrepreneur, and luxury hotelier Richard Kessler.
Joe Foltz with Richard Kessler and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp at the Armstrong Kessler Mansion Gala
Former Emory University President Jim Wagner, his wife Debbie, and Joe Foltz with his wife Rhonda, all at the Gala.
Joe Foltz (Right) with Richard Kessler, Chairman and CEO of The Kessler Collection