New Hampshire Catholic Charities Announces New Trustees
Diverse backgrounds and giving hearts add strength to NH Catholic Charities’ advisory board
Manchester, NH(June 4, 2012) – New Hampshire Catholic Charities is pleased to announce the appointment of five new members to its board of trustees.
Edward (Ted) Dudley is senior vice president and CFO for Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, New Hampshire. Outside of his professional life, Dudley is a husband to his wife, Sarah, an active member of the Knights of Columbus, and volunteers at a local food pantry.
Sister Paula Marie Buley, IHM is president of Rivier College in Nashua, New Hampshire. Sister Paula is a member of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Immaculata, PA. She is currently a board member of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Nashua and a board member and chair of the Finance Committee at Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio.
Scott Colby is executive vice-president of the New Hampshire Medical Society. Scott has been an active citizen in the community, notably as a board member for New Horizons for New Hampshire in Manchester. Scott lives in Londonderry with his wife Karla.
Todd Fahey is a shareholder and director with the law firm of Orr & Reno, P.A. in Concord, New Hampshire. Fahey presently serves as Secretary of Board of Directors for the Concord Family YMCA and has served on many other New Hampshire boards and has been involved with many youth activities. Fahey lives in Bow with his wife Lois and their children.
Jeremy Hitchcock is CEO of DYN in Manchester, New Hampshire. Jeremy is a board member for Incutio and Mosaic. He lives in Manchester, NH, with wife Liz, son, Matthew and daughter, Catherine.
“The success of any nonprofit hinges upon the dedication and enthusiasm of its board of trustees,” said Tom Blonski, president and CEO of New Hampshire Catholic Charities. “Ted, Sister Paula and Todd, each bring a breadth of professional experience and an invaluable passion to find solutions for the needs of the poor and vulnerable in our state.”
“I am very pleased and excited to be working with these three dedicated servants of our Lord,” said Bishop Peter Libasci, NH Catholic Charities’ board chairman. “I know they will bring the enthusiasm, devotion and creativity to further the important work of Catholic Charities in New Hampshire. I welcome their addition to the board.”
“Catholic Charities provides the true ‘safety net’ for shelter, nutrition and counseling needs of our New Hampshire communities,” said Dudley. “I am humbled and honored to be asked to serve in the stewardship of this important mission.”
“I am honored to participate in the mission and ministry of New Hampshire Catholic Charities,” said Sister Paula. “It is an organization in which the Gospel mandate to ‘love our neighbor’ comes alive.”
“Having spent the better part of my legal career helping New Hampshire charitable organizations define and fulfill their charitable missions, it is an honor to serve as a trustee for this organization,” said Fahey. “New Hampshire Catholic Charities exemplifies some of the very best charitable work done in our state, and it fulfills its charitable mission to the undeniable betterment of New Hampshire’s people, particularly, the most vulnerable among us.”