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Packard Museum Association

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, History Museums

Mission: To operate a museum available to the public that preserves the history associated with the packard family, packard electric and the packard motor car company via museum and car shows.

Programs: To preserve the history associated with the packard family, packard electric, packard motor car company and the industrial heritage of the warren area by accumulating and displaying artifacts, articles, automobiles, and other information. Several events and educational programs are put on throughout the year to educate current and future generations on the packard legacy. The museum offers regular operating hours for anyone to visit and also guided tours. In 2014 approximately 7,411 patrons visited the museum

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

Violated my First Amendment rights and the first amendment rights of two other people. At this time, the museum is being sued for that action. And other lawsuits are currently open against them by a wide range of people.



Rating: 1

When I asked to see the financial in-depth financial statements, the executive director launched a character assai nation campaign of lies and innuendos. To have me removed from the board and eventually kicked out of the association that I founded. I demanded my loan3ed museum articles returned and they were missing. This has bee the subject of a 2 year legal battle. Since then she has used the same tactic to discredit two other founding and credible members and has replace the board with her friends and unqualified or submissive neophytes to charitable or non-profit organization. The Executive Director is not a qualified curator, has failed in her own personal business, and has her home in foreclosure proceedings. Thus This Organization has failed to live up to it's full potential.