Fullerton, CA (November 9th, 2020) – Susan Rhein was one of the many, but special Fullerton citizens that stood on Harbor Blvd. with a picket sign in the fall of 2004 when the Fox Fullerton was dangerously close to falling victim to a developer’s wrecking ball. Since then and for over 16 years she has been one the Fox’s most loyal volunteers.

On Tuesday, members of the Fox board honored Susan with an award because on that day her and husband Bob said goodbye to Fullerton and started driving east to their new home Chattanooga, TN.

The small glass trophy was inscribed:

Presented to Susan Rhein

For exemplary dedication, support and love for the Fox Fullerton Project over the many years.  We love you! 2020

As a volunteer for the Fox Susan did it all, from donning a respirator when the clean-up and work parties started, to helping with events like “Hollywood in Fullerton” or “Movies on the Fox”. But what she was most proud of was working side by side with Fox Board Member and volunteer Pat Shepard at “the Fox booth” for the Thursday market.  We know she will come back to visit Fullerton and her beloved Fox.