ArtsQuest announces 2019 trustees
ArtsQuest is pleased to announce James Creedon has been re-elected chair of the ArtsQuest Board of Trustees. Creedon, a Lower Saucon Township resident, will serve a second one-year term as chair of the 21-member board, which is responsible for the overall governance of the nonprofit community arts organization.
Creedon has been a member of ArtsQuest’s volunteer leadership for the past nine years, serving as a board of trustees member since 2012. He was also a member of the Friends of the Levitt Pavilion Board 2010-2016, serving as chair from 2010-2013, and chair of ArtsQuest’s Governance Committee from 2016-2017.
Other ArtsQuest Board of Trustees officers are:
Vice-Chair: Vicki Doulé, senior vice president of BSI Corporate Benefits LLC
Secretary: Fred Stellato, attorney at Norris McLaughlin, P.A.
Treasurer: Joseph Bergstein, vice president, Investor Relations & Financial Planning for PPL.
In addition to announcing its officers for 2019, ArtsQuest welcomes new board members Orville Trout, senior vice president of human resources, corporate affairs & administration for Crayola and Russell Flugel, senior vice president, corporate controller and principal accounting officer for Air Products.
The ArtsQuest Foundation is pleased to announce Thomas Riddle, founder and chairman of Valley National Financial Advisors, has been elected chair of the ArtsQuest Foundation. Riddle, a resident of Bethlehem, will serve a one-year term as chair of the ArtsQuest Foundation, which is responsible for the strategic plan and goals for the ArtsQuest endowment fund and assisting in the long-term sustainability of the nonprofit community arts organization.
Re-elected to the ArtsQuest Foundation board are: Vice Chair: Michael Perrucci, managing partner for Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt & Fader; Secretary: Michael Albarell, president of Albarell Electric Inc. and Treasurer: Jack Yaissle, president of Cornerstone Advisors
ArtsQuest also announced Lori Roberts, owner and managing director of The Lesson Center, has been elected chair of the ArtsQuest Performing Arts Board, while Richard Liu, associate director of Global Marketing at Merck & Co., has been elected vice chair. In addition, Timothy Canfield, vice president and retail market manager at TD Bank, has been re-elected chair of the Friends of the Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks Board.
The other 2019 Friends of the Levitt Pavilion Board officers are: Vice Chair: Mario Galante, retired principal, Quakertown Community High School; Secretary: Erin Zebertavage, senior manager talent acquisition for C&S Wholesale Grocers and Treasurer: Philip Gauffreau, discipline leader, Geotechnical Engineering Services for Maser Consulting
William Crow, director of the Lehigh University Art Galleries, has been named to ArtsQuest’s Visual Arts Board.
For more information on ArtsQuest, visit www.artsquest.org.