Following their Annual Meeting, Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler is pleased to announce its Board of Directors for 2021.
“As our Board of Directors plans for the future of Catholic Charities, I am pleased to welcome these men and women to our governance team. I look forward to what they will bring to the table as we work toward a just and poverty-free community,” said Greg Stewart, Chair of the Board.
Elected for their first term are:
Carol Brady, Coordinator for the Notre Dame Athletic Association;
Aimee Churchill, Attorney;
George Maloney, Retired Owner of Pal’s Sports Center;
Jeffrey Schmidt, Patent Attorney at Corning Incorporated;
Gordon Schuehler, CPA at Mengel Metzger Barr & Co. LLP and
Doris Smith, Registered Nurse, and Owner of Sarah’s Majestic Gifts, LLC.
Additionally, the officers of the 2021 Board are:
Gregory Stewart, Chair and Owner of Stewart Agency, Inc. and Stewart Advisory Services;
Ron Allison, Vice-Chair and retired from Chemung Canal Trust Company;
Bruce Boughton, Treasurer and Branch Manager for Chemung Canal Trust Company;
Jeffry Sobkowski, Secretary and retired from Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield.
The following members were elected to continue their terms on the Board:
Kurt Bartenstein, Regional Business Development Manager, Empower Federal Credit Union;
Rev. Dr. Betsey Crimmins, Retired, First Presbyterian Church;
Jeff Richards, Retired, Elmira Star-Gazette;
James Siconolfi, Retired, Elmira College;
Dawn Siglin, Mortgage Sales Manager, Elmira Savings Bank;
Clare van den Blink, Chief Information Officer, The Hilliard Corporation; and Mary Vosburgh, Vice President of Nursing, Arnot Health.