Our building is a staple in the Springboro community, whether people give directions by saying "Make a left at the old bike shop" or "continue straight at the old bus garage" everyone knows what building they are referring to. That historic building is the place we are fortunate to call our home for Midwestern Wealth Management.
It was built in 1919 as the first gasoline station in Springboro and served as the bus maintenance facility for Springboro Community City Schools from 1945-2001. Before this building was built, this piece of land had the home of Mahlon Wright, a son of the village founder Jonathan Wright. Mahlon Wright served Springboro as a state legislator and a postmaster. His house was also a station on the underground railroad; a place that offered assistance to runaway slaves during their flight to freedom.
It is a great pleasure to be a part of the rich history of this building. We are excited to continue the tradition of bringing freedom to the people of our community. Before 1919, Mahlon brought freedom to slaves. In 1919, the Ford station brought freedom for travel, and now we assist our clients in finding their financial freedom!
Mahlon Wright's Home (Original Site Structure)
Construction of Building in 1919
MWM Renovations & Remodel