AUBURN, N.Y. — Matthew House, an Auburn nonprofit that operates a two-bed comfort-care home for terminally ill people in their final days of life, announced that it has added three community leaders to its board of directors.
Kelly Buck of Unity House, Patrick Carbonaro of Carbonaro Law Offices, and Laurie Piccolo of Cayuga/Seneca Community Action Agency have come aboard, according to a Unity House news release.
Buck is the director of marketing and development at Unity House of Cayuga County. She previously worked at Wells College.
Carbonaro, a lifelong resident of Auburn, is a partner at Carbonaro Law Offices with a concentration in real estate, estate planning, asset protection, and estate/trust administration.
Piccolo has a long professional career in social services and is currently the executive director of the Cayuga/Seneca Community Action Agency. She volunteers for a variety of organizations, including Auburn Housing Development Corp and Auburn Homeless Task Force.
Matthew House was founded in 2002. Angela Ryan is the organization’s executive director.
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