Sereno Peck Fenn (April 25, 1844 – January 3, 1927) was an early partner in Sherwin-Williams. He was hired as a bookkeeper in 1870 for the Sherwin-Williams Company, and was made a partner ten years later. Fenn held the title of Vice-President of the company from 1921-1927. Fenn College was named after him in 1930. A bequest of $100,000 was left to Fenn College, which is now named Cleveland State University. Fenn is buried in the Lake View Cemetery. Fenn was also president of the Cleveland YMCA for 25 years.

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  • Sereno Peck Fenn (April 25, 1844 – January 3, 1927) was an early partner in Sherwin-Williams. He was hired as a bookkeeper in 1870 for the Sherwin-Williams Company, and was made a partner ten years later. Fenn held the title of Vice-President of the company from 1921-1927. Fenn College was named after him in 1930. A bequest of $100,000 was left to Fenn College, which is now named Cleveland State University. Fenn is buried in the Lake View Cemetery. Fenn was also president of the Cleveland YMCA for 25 years. (en)
  • Sereno Peck Fenn (ur. 25 kwietnia 1844, zm. 3 stycznia 1927) - amerykański przemysłowiec, jeden z założycieli i prezesów koncernu Sherwin-Williams Company, produkującego materiały budowlane. Prezes YMCA w mieście Cleveland w stanie Ohio przez 25 lat. Fundator gmachu YMCA w Krakowie, przy ulicy Krowoderskiej 8. (pl)
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  • Sereno Peck Fenn (April 25, 1844 – January 3, 1927) was an early partner in Sherwin-Williams. He was hired as a bookkeeper in 1870 for the Sherwin-Williams Company, and was made a partner ten years later. Fenn held the title of Vice-President of the company from 1921-1927. Fenn College was named after him in 1930. A bequest of $100,000 was left to Fenn College, which is now named Cleveland State University. Fenn is buried in the Lake View Cemetery. Fenn was also president of the Cleveland YMCA for 25 years. (en)
  • Sereno Peck Fenn (ur. 25 kwietnia 1844, zm. 3 stycznia 1927) - amerykański przemysłowiec, jeden z założycieli i prezesów koncernu Sherwin-Williams Company, produkującego materiały budowlane. Prezes YMCA w mieście Cleveland w stanie Ohio przez 25 lat. Fundator gmachu YMCA w Krakowie, przy ulicy Krowoderskiej 8. (pl)
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