Dublin Villager

Feeney inducted into Ronald McDonald House Hall of Fame

Dublin resident Tom Feeney was the first inductee to the Ronald McDonald House of Central Ohio's Hall of Fame.

The Safelite president and CEO was given the honor for his involvement with the central Ohio Ronald McDonald House that has spanned 10 years.

The hall of fame was established this year to honor individuals who have supported the Ronald McDonald House.

Feeney has served on the board of trustees for the Ronald McDonald House and was board president from 2008 to 2010.

His leadership also helped raise more than $1 million through various fundraisers, a news release from Safelite said.

"We are so proud to have Tom Feeney as our first inductee -- he is certainly worthy of this honor for his decade of service to the charity and tireless support of the families we serve," Ronald McDonald House CEO and Executive Dee Anders said in the release.