From Squash Magazine

For forty years, the DeRoy Testamentary Foundation has partnered with the game of squash.
The roots of the relationship came in 1978, after the death of Helen DeRoy. She and her husband Aaron DeRoy owned successful car dealerships in Michigan and been major philanthropic leaders in Detroit.  Since its founding, the DeRoy has given to universities, synagogues, the opera and symphony and the Detroit Zoo (Aaron first began helping the zoo in 1928 when he donated two giraffes).
And squash. Len Weiner, who was an attorney and board member of the DeRoy Foundation for many years, was the catalyst. The Detroiter had graduated from high school at age fifteen and went on to earn degrees from the University of Minnesota …
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