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Our Members

The Livingston County advisory board consists of a wide spectrum of hard-working men and women who share in the vision to transform and restore lives in the city of Livingston County.

Jeff Blagg
Member Since 1998
"The Salvation Army "does the most good" not only to those with challenges, or to the community at large, but to all who are blessed to be able to volu"
Frank Brandenberg
Chair - Member since 2017
Katie Chuba
Member Since 2017
""When one door closes, another shall open. This is Gods way for a bigger and better plan." Dr. Paula Ruffin"
Jack Dixon
Member Since 2009
Jerry Ellithorpe
Treasurer
Joel Giampaola
Member Since 2018
""Always pay forward, THE LORD would""
Harry Griffith
Emeritus - Member since 1990
Frank Jedele
Member Since 2017
"The biggest communication problem is we do not listen to understand. We listen to reply."
Erin MacGregor
Member Since 2016
"Salvation Army is a tremendous asset to our community. The partnership our school district has with the Salvation Army has provided our families with"
Paul McClorey
Member Since 2009
"Common sense isn't all that common, and elbow grease isn't slippery."
Barb Platt - Moss
Secretary - Member since 2016
"Change is inevitable, Stress is manageable, Misery is optional"
Nick Proctor
Member Since 2017
Steve Schuknecht
Member Since 2006
"My passion for The Army is because of: Their grass roots level assistance to the neediest of our society.They make the most out of limited resources!"
Mary Tumbarella
Member Since 2018
David Yancho
Vice Chair - Member Since 2016
"?Pray as though everything depends on God. Work as though everything depends on you? ? St. Augustine"
When I am trying to scoot past St. Peter, he will have a transcript of my life & will point to a few questionable events "WHAT WERE YOU THINKING?" I will say “Yeah, But” pointing to my service with SA
- Frank Brandenburg, Board Chair

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