Volunteer Governance

The Center for Vision Loss, a 501(c)3, not-for-profit corporation, is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.

Officers and members include:

PRESIDENT
Linwood Gehris, Affiliated Financial Planners and Pennsylvania Lions District 14-K

VICE PRESIDENT
Michael Wambaugh, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

SECRETARY
Fred Folland, Hop Energy, Retired, and Pennsylvania Lions District 14-K

TREASURER
Edward Vogrins, E.J. Vogrins Asset Management, Retired

Elsie Batista, UnitedHealthCare
Ihor Fedoriw, O.D., Advanced Family Eye Care
Richard Gerhart, CPP, Ameriprise Financial
John Grencer, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network
Marsha Johnston, Northwestern Lehigh School District, Retired, and Pennsylvania Lions District 14-K
Martin Lang, CPA, Lang, Faylor, Chomo and Company, P.C.
Jerry Messina, A Definite Edge Management Consulting
Bradley Ott, SWIM USA
Erin Pietrulewicz, ESSA Bank and Trust
Lucille Piggott-Prawl, NHS Human Services Inc.
Roman Pravak, M.D., St. Luke’s University Health Network
Thomas Reilly, Esq., Gross McGinley Attorneys at Law

Center for Vision Loss Advisory Committee
Todd Donnelly
Tony Swartz

The Center for Vision Loss Endowment Foundation, a 501(c)3, not-for-profit corporation, was established in 1980 to provide funding opportunities based on best investment practices that will ensure the sustainability of the Center for Vision Loss and its mission for the future. It is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.

Officers and members include:

Martin Lang, President
Lowell Hawk
Gary Pave
Todd Donnelly
John Filipos, Treasurer
Leon Peters
Thomas Reilly-Secretary
John Sharkey-Vice President
Edward Vogrins

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