Catholic Charities’ Annual Board Meeting Elects New Members

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Following their Annual Meeting, Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler is pleased to announce its Board of Directors for 2022.
“We are honored to have some new members joining our board this year and for the continued support of current and renewing Members. Catholic Charities does so much good work for people in our community, helping those in need to live a just life.” said Greg Stewart, Board Chair.

Elected for their First Term:
Thomas Tedone, retired Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, New York State

Returning Member for a New Term:
Marie Finnerty, retired from Horseheads School District

Additionally, the Officers of the 2022 Board are:
Gregory Stewart, Chair, Owner of Stewart Agency, Inc. and Stewart Advisory Services;
Jim Siconolfi, Vice-Chair, retired from Elmira College;
Bruce Boughton, Treasurer, Branch Manager for Chemung Canal Trust Company;
Jeffry Sobkowski, Secretary, retired from Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield.

The following members were elected to continue their terms on the Board:
Ron Allison, Retired, Chemung Canal Trust Company
Carol Brady, Coordinator for the Notre Dame Athletic Association;
Aimee Churchill, Attorney;
Rev. Dr. Betsey Crimmins, Retired, First Presbyterian Church;
George Maloney, Retired Owner of Pal’s Sports Center;
Jeff Richards, Retired, Elmira Star-Gazette;
Jeffrey Schmidt, Patent Attorney at Corning Incorporated;
Gordon Schuehler, CPA at Mengel Metzger Barr & Co. LLP;
Dawn Siglin, Mortgage Sales Manager, Elmira Savings Bank;
Doris Smith, Registered Nurse, and Owner of Sarah’s Majestic Gifts, LLC;
Clare van den Blink, Chief Information Officer, The Hilliard Corporation; and Mary Vosburgh, NE Regional Nurse Manager, Corning Incorporated.

Nancy Koons, Executive Director of Catholic Charities stated, “We are thrilled to welcome our new Board Members on this ongoing journey of working to reduce poverty, promote wellness and self-sufficiency, and advocate for those in need. We continue to be grateful for the support of our Board Members, particularly as we navigated our way through recent challenges brought about by the pandemic. We welcome our new members as they join us in this important work.”