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Presbyterian Homes Foundation names new board members, officers

By Journal Staff


NEW HARTFORD — The Presbyterian Homes Foundation has announced three new members for its board of trustees and named a new president and vice president.

The new board members for 2013 are Alex Carbone, Paul Pimpinella, and Richard Widdicombe. Newly elected officers are Vice President Stuart Wattles and President Edward Ratazzi. Other current board members include Daniel Freytag, Ward Jones, Brian Bluff, and Col. James G. Hill.

Carbone is executive vice president of variable operations at Carbone Auto Group and a graduate of the National Auto Dealers Association Dealer Candidacy Academy. Pimpinella, a graduate of Western New England College School of Law, is managing partner and principal at the law firm Compson & Pimpinella, PLLC. Widdicombe is a retired university library director and a graduate of Syracuse University.

The Presbyterian Homes Foundation manages funds donated to Presbyterian Homes & Services through planned giving, grants, donations, and other sources. The foundation, run by the board of trustees, distributes funds as needed throughout the Presbyterian Homes & Services’ family of services.

Presbyterian Homes & Services includes the Presbyterian Home for Central New York, Presbyterian Residential Community, The Meadows at Middle Settlement, and the Preswick Glen independent senior living community.


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