November 16, 2001 at 6:07 PM EST - Updated July 27 at 12:40 AM
CLEVELAND (AP) - The Cleveland Clinic Foundation next year will open a women's health center with the help of a $2 million gift from the Avon Products Foundation.
The facility will be an addition to the Cleveland Clinic Breast Center.
It will be named for Stanley Gault and his wife, Flo. Gault is a former Ohio business executive and a member of the board of Avon Products Inc., a New York-based beauty products manufacturer.
The expanded facility, in the Crile Building on the Clinic's main campus, will have 20 examination rooms. Gynecological, internal medicine and breast-imaging services will be combined in one location.
Gault, 75, was chief executive of Rubbermaid Inc. in Wooster from 1980 until his 1991 retirement. The company is now a division of Newell Rubbermaid Inc. Gault retired as the top official from the Akron-based tire maker Goodyear in 1995.
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