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About St. Vincent Charity Development Foundation

St. Vincent Charity Development Foundation began its fundraising efforts in January 2011. It is a tax-exempt supporting organization with the sole purpose of cultivating and stewarding philanthropic support to St. Vincent Charity Medical Center. Members of our Board of Directors are committed advocates and ambassadors for St. Vincent Charity’s mission of compassionate, whole-person care.

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St. Vincent Charity Development Foundation

2351 East 22nd Street, Cleveland, OH 44115

Foundation@stvincentcharity.com

Board of Directors

  • John Bastulli, M.D., Chief of the Division of Anesthesia, Physician Director of External Affairs, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center
  • Jack Bedell, Vice President & General Manager, International STERIS Corporation
  • Brent M. Buckley, Managing Partner, Buckley King
  • Richard Chmielewski, MD, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center
  • Anthony Coyne, Mansour Gavin
  • Susan deCathelineau, Hyland Software
  • Alejandro Diaz, Eaton Corporation
  • Michael Frantz, Partner, Frantz Ward LLP
  • Sr. Joan Gallagher, CSA, Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine
  • Gary Isakov, BDO USA, LLP
  • James Kavalec, Alliance Bernstein
  • Terrence P. Kessler, President and CEO, Sisters of Charity Health System
  • Timothy Panzica, IQ Advisors LLC
  • David F. Perse, M.D., President and CEO, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center
  • William Plato, Retired
  • Melvin Pye, Fairfax Place
  • Melissa Rogers, Sisters of Charity Health System
  • Mary Lou Stricklin, The Arts for Healing
  • Rosemary Sweeney, Administrative Partner, Buckley King
  • Robert Varley, Retired
  • Jeffery Weaver, KeyBank
  • Margaret Wong, J.D., Principal, Margaret Wong & Associates Co., L.P.A.

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