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Catholic Charities Announces Board of Directors for Fiscal Year 2022

Catholic Charities Announces Board of Directors for Fiscal Year 2022

St. Louis, MO (July 8, 2021) – Catholic Charities of St. Louis announces the appointment of its Board of Directors for fiscal year 2022.

Returning to the board in officer roles are Chair Ed Puzzella, CBC High School; Vice Chair Debbie Vogt, Paradoski, Vogt & Company; Treasurer Mark Siedband, Ameren; and Secretary Pat Hughes, community volunteer. 

Additionally, Catholic Charities welcomed four new board directors: Brian M. Davies, Great Southern Bank; Bryan Graiff, Brown Smith Wallace; Trevor Green, St. Louis County Police Department; and Kathy Jackson, Hazelwood School District. Nicole Colbert-Botchway, 22nd Judicial Circuit Court, and Dan Queathem, Steier Group, will serve as new ad hoc committee members.

Returning board directors include: Hap Burke, Delaney Clement, Mary Elizabeth Grimes, Louis Jones, Lisa McAleenan, Patrick McCruden, Cory Nardoni (ex officio), Laura Ng, Matt Nordmann, Jason Norman, Alice Prince, Fr. Scott Scheiderer, Jack Terschluse (ex officio), Teresa Santiago Turner, Sandy Vest, and Mike Zychinski.

“For more than a century, Catholic Charities has served the St. Louis region,” said Catholic Charities of St. Louis President Theresa Ruzicka. “In our mission to offer help and hope to people in need, including those still experiencing the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, we benefit from our board directors’ scope of experience and diverse perspectives.”

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Catholic Charities of St. Louis (CCSTL) ( Established in 1912 to serve the 11 counties of the St. Louis Archdiocese, Catholic Charities of St. Louis is a federation of eight agencies assisting people in need, especially those who are poor and vulnerable; working to improve social conditions for all; and calling members of the Church and community to do the same. Each year, Catholic Charities of St. Louis services affect the lives about 100,000 people.  For more information, visit

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