Endowment Board Renews Two Membership Terms, Re-Elects Officers for 2024

The Sights for Hope Endowment Foundation Board of Directors elected two members to new three-year terms and re-elected its officers for 2024 Monday night during its quarterly meeting.

Elected to new terms are Martin Lang, CPA, a Partner of Lang Faylor Chomo and Company, and Edward Vorgins, the retired owner of E.J. Vogrins Asset Management.

Lang was re-elected Board President. Todd Donnelly, owner of Todd Donnelly Enterprises, was re-elected Vice President. John Sharkey, a retired Senior Partner of Concannon Miller & Company, was re-elected Treasurer. Reilly was re-elected Secretary.

All new membership and officer terms begin on January 1.

The Sights for Hope Endowment Foundation is an independent nonprofit corporation that is affiliated with Sights for Hope and governed by a separate Board of Directors. The endowment foundation was established in 1980 to provide funding opportunities based on best investment practices that ensure Sights for Hope’s sustainability.

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