Joseph Pellerito Jr. Named to Catholic Charities Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Catholic Charities is a not-for-profit organization with its own governing body that is incorporated in the State of Michigan and functions within the limits of its by-laws. The Board is responsible for adopting policies, guiding the organizational development through long-term planning, overseeing financial management, and ensuring Catholic Charities’ accountability to the public.

2014 Board of Directors:

President — Robert F. Wheeler
Vice President — John Jones, Jr.
Secretary — Daniel D. Maley

Board Members
Molly Petersen
Patricia Randall
David M. Scott
Charles T. Young
David Keyte
Brian Mullally
Loran Paprocki
Joseph Pellerito, Jr.
Joan Sniadecki

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