|Pottstown Area Health and Wellness Foundation President Dave Kraybill with Retired Board Member Debbie Zelle and Chairman of the Board Art Green.|
Blogger's Note: The following was provided by the Pottstown Area health and Wellness Foundation
The Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation has had changes in Board leadership.
As of June 30, two of the Foundation’s Board members, Dr. William Taddonio and Debbie Zelle, have concluded their terms and retired from the Board.
Dr. Taddonio joined the Foundation’s Board in February 2007. In his nine years on the Board, he has served
“Bill Taddonio has been an asset to the Board not only with his vast professional experience in the medical field, but through his passion for people and all things health and wellness,” said Dave Kraybill, Foundation President.
|Pottstown Area Healthand Wellness Foundation |
Retired Board Member Dr. William Taddonio
with Foundation President Dave Kraybill.
“His dedication and leadership has helped guide the Foundation in fulfilling its mission of motivating people to adopt healthy lifestyles.”
Debbie Zelle joined the Foundation’s Board in March 2014. In her two years on the Board, Debbie has served on the Grants and Marketing & Communications Committees.
“Debbie has been an integral part of the Foundation’s Board, bringing years of experience as a school nurse to the table as well as a love of the community,” Kraybill said. “Her unique insight into the world of health and wellness has been a guiding force as we strive to help the communities we serve make healthier choices.”
As of July 1, Art Green remains in the role of Board Chairman as does Myra Forrest in the role of Vice Chairman. Matt Cappelletti will continue in the role of Treasurer and Dr. Keith Harrison in the role of Secretary. Todd Alderfer will also continue serving as “member-at- large” of the executive committee.
“We are very fortunate to have had both Bill and Debbie serve on the Foundation’s Board of Directors with their extensive medical knowledge, expertise and passion for the community,” Kraybill said. “We wish them well as they embark on this next chapter.”