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COMMUNITY WELLNESS PARTNERS AFFILIATES WELCOME NEW BOARD MEMBERS

COMMUNITY WELLNESS PARTNERS AFFILIATES WELCOME NEW BOARD MEMBERS

COMMUNITY WELLNESS PARTNERS AFFILIATES WELCOME NEW BOARD MEMBERS

The affiliates of Community Wellness Partners are pleased to announce the election of new Board members to the organization.

Gregory May has joined the parent Board of the corporation.  Greg retired from Tompkins Financial Corporation in 2018 after serving as the Senior Vice President for Residential Mortgage Lending overseeing residential mortgage lending sales and operations for the affiliated Tompkins Banks in New York and Pennsylvania.  Greg has and continues to hold many seats on numerous financial and charitable Boards including as past Chair of The Lutheran Homes Foundation.  He and his wife, Laurie live in the Syracuse area.  He has two married daughters and a grandson and granddaughter who live in the Syracuse area, as well.   

The Lutheran Homes Foundation Board recently welcomed returning Board member, Robert “Gill” Goering as a member of the Foundation.  Gill, born and raised in Clinton, graduated from Brown University with a BA in Mathematics and also received his MS in Systems Management from the University of Southern California.  He spent 30 years in the US Air Force, retiring with the rank of Colonel.  For 14 years, Gill served as the Mayor of the Village of Clinton where he and his wife, Dawn still reside.

The Presbyterian Homes Foundation Board welcomes Eddie Bluff, co-founder of Site-Seeker, Inc. an award-winning Central NY based Digital Marketing Agency. An avid musician, Eddie and his wife reside in New Hartford and enjoy spending time with family. Eddie’s beloved mother, Mickey was a longtime resident of the Presbyterian Home until she passed away from complications of Parkinson’s Disease in 2017.

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