Volunteer Spotlight on Harold Toppall!
Post by Volunteer Coordinator Wendy Davis. Periodically we highlight one of our fantastic JMM volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering with the JMM, send an email to Sue Foard at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 443-873-5162! You can also get more information about volunteering at the Museum here.
Harold Toppall joined the Jewish Museum of Maryland volunteer corps in November. His friendliness and attention to details have proven to be wonderful assets for our museum. His background is working for the IRS in the tax exempt organization area. When he heard about the volunteer opportunities at JMM, a tax exempt organization, he considered it a good fit. He now volunteers at the front desk, enjoying meeting people, having conversations with them and learning where they come from.
Since Harold enjoys working with numbers, he also fills his volunteer time entering volunteer hours and compiling responses to visitor’s questionnaires into the computer. After retiring from IRS, Harold prepared tax returns in the private sector for several years and then operated his own tax return preparation business for four years.
Harold enjoys reading mysteries and suspense thrillers and has travelled extensively with his wife, Marcia. He hails originally from Albany, NY, and has lived in Buffalo, NY, Newark and Old Bridge, NJ, and Silver Spring, MD. He came to Maryland in 1979 and to Pikesville in 2003. His daughter and son and their families live in Maryland and Virginia. We are very thankful that Harold moved to the Baltimore area and chose to donate his time and efforts to the JMM!