Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is strongly committed to the mission and goals of For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation and thus, takes the lead in the planning the FPS strategic vision.
Each member serves actively on at least one standing Operating Committee and attends programs, events and fundraisers throughout the year. FPS Board Members are responsible for actively participating in the identification, cultivation and solicitation of appropriate donors while remaining informed about FPS business, especially regarding fiscal, legal and contractual matters.
The purpose of the Advisory Board at For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation is to serve as ambassadors and advisers for the organization. Members of the Advisory Board shall serve at the pleasure of the Board of Directors and have only such authority and obligations as determined by the Board. Advisory Board members may include former members of the Board of Directors.
R. Bradford Minor, Jr. is a Financial Consultant at Equitable Advisors. Brad has been involved with the southern New Jersey Business Community for over 24 years. In 2012, he joined Equitable Advisors as a Financial Consultant. Brad’s goal is to help individuals and businesses develop sound financial strategies and risk management plans. As part of the process, he provides current financial pictures to clients, in concert with their tax, accounting and legal advisors, in order to help them achieve their financial goals.
Prior to joining Equitable Advisors , Brad was Vice-President, General Manager for Minmar Marine in Sea Isle City, New Jersey, one of the largest privately owned marinas in South Jersey. Brad was elected to the Board of Directors for the New Jersey Marine Trades Association for two terms, from 2004-2008.
Brad and his wife Kelly have enjoyed working with a number of charity organizations, including Charlie’s Fight, which helps to raise money for cystic fibrosis research in Philadelphia area, the Bradley Allen Hublien Foundation, which has raised money for local Delaware charities, and For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation.
He graduated from the University of Delaware in 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts. He currently lives in Haddonfield, New Jersey with his wife Kelly and their four children.
Marci is Founder and CEO of For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation. Please click here to read her bio.
Christopher Selgrath, DO is a board-certified, fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in joint replacement of the hip and knee, currently at the Rothman Institute. Dr. Selgrath received a B.A. in Biology from LaSalle University and his D.O. degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. After medical school, Dr. Selgrath completed his orthopedic surgery residency and was named Chief Resident at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Orthopedic Surgery Department. After residency, Dr. Selgrath was awarded a fellowship in adult hip and knee reconstruction at the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University for the year 2003/2004. He and his wife, Elizabeth, created and co-chaired the For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation Charity Gala for its first 3 years and helped to raise over $270,000. They are also part owners of Sylvester’s Fish Market and Restaurant in Avalon, N.J. with his brother and sister-in-law, Bill and Bernadette Selgrath and younger brother Matthew, who are also involved in FPS and the Charity Gala. He currently is a member of the Board of Directors of For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation Foundation and a member of the AOA, AOAO, POS, and ACOS. Dr. Selgrath is the treasurer and holds a seat on the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Orthopedic Society.
Dr. Selgrath and his lovely wife Elizabeth have two beautiful children Nathan and Emerson.
With more than 16 years of commercial banking expertise, Charles “Chuck” Greenberg is your Market Executive for Commercial Banking in Pennsylvania.
Chuck leads Bank of America’s team of commercial bankers developing comprehensive financial solutions for companies with revenues between $50 million and $2 billion in Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, Delaware and Eastern Ohio.
Chuck graduated with a degree in Finance from LaSalle University in Philadelphia and currently sits on the Board of Directors for City Year Greater Philadelphia and For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation.
A native of Montgomery County, Chuck currently resides in Abington Township with his wife, Amy and their four children.
Joseph J. Manion, Jr. is currently VP of Finance & Strategic Initiatives for Essent US Holdings, Inc., part of Essent Group, Ltd. Through its subsidiaries, Essent Group serves the housing finance industry by offering mortgage insurance, reinsurance and risk management products to mortgage lenders and investors to support homeownership. Prior to his work at Essent, Joe served as corporate controller of Commerce Bancorp, Inc. and its successor, TD Bank.
Joe holds a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from Villanova University and is a CPA. He lives in Bryn Mawr, PA. with his wife, Mary Eileen and their four children.
Born in Queens NY and raised on Long Island, Dale Moss attended Fordham University and graduated in 1970. Dale began work at BOAC ( British Airways) as a telephone reservationist. He worked his way to become a regional Vice President before being recruited by Rosenbluth Travel as Senior VP Sales and Client Services. Four years later, Dale was recruited back to British Airways as Executive VP Sales and Marketing in the US. In 1998 Dale was appointed the first American Executive Director for World Sales and Marketing based in London. After retiring in 2004 Dale was asked by British Airways to come back in 2007 and help start their new boutique airline OpenSkies as CEO in Paris. Dale fully retired in 2011 and returned to Philadelphia.
Over time Dale has served on a variety of boards and continues to coach and mentor a variety of executives. Dale has been married for 48 years to Kathi and together they have 5 children and 11 grand children. The Moss Family has lived in Gwynedd Valley for 32 years.
Kevin Norris is President & Chief Investment Officer of Girard Partners and President of the Wealth Management Division of Univest Bank & Trust Company. Kevin relies on his 30+ years of financial experience to drive Girard Partners goal-based investment strategy and practices, in addition to inspiring the firm’s steady growth. In his position, he has oversight responsibility for formulating the investment strategy and securities selections, while still retaining personal relationships with clients on a daily basis.
On December 19, 2013, Girard Partners agreed to join the Univest Corporation, a financial solutions provider that has served its customers, communities, employees and shareholders for 137 years. The firm decided to join with Univest, because of a similar vision and strategy of always acting in the best interests of the clients.
Before joining Girard partners in 1996, Kevin held Vice President positions at Black Rock Institutional Management for 3 years, and at The Fairfield Group for 5 years, where he was responsible for the management of over $3 billion in institutional assets. Previously, he held a variety of positions at Beneficial Savings Bank during his 13-year tenure there, concluding in a Vice Presidential role. Kevin is a registered Securities Principal and a member of the Financial Planning Association (FPA). He graduated from LaSalle University with a B.S. in Business Administration, majoring in Finance and Accounting.
Deb Rinaldi, Publicist, Business Communications, Philadelphia Phillies
Deb first started working for the Phillies in 2001, where she was involved in promoting and publicizing the progress related to the construction and development of the team’s new ballpark. Since the opening of Citizens Bank Park in 2004, Deb’s responsibilities have shifted to securing strategic news coverage in regards to the organization’s business relations with corporate partners, philanthropy in the community, high-profile promotions and other off-field events. Her experience includes preparing and staging news conferences, writing and distributing news releases and media advisories, prepping executives and staff for interviews, and assisting with the team’s social media and online efforts.
Prior to the Phillies, Deb was the Trade Show Promotion Director at North American Publishing Company (NAPCO) in Philadelphia, where she was responsible for promoting the company’s various tradeshows, conferences and exhibits. She was also NAPCO’s Advertising Promotion Manager for their trade publications in the commercial print and direct marketing industries.
In addition, her experience includes working for SMG as their marketing coordinator, where she was responsible for coordinating new business proposals related to the management of stadiums, arenas, theatres, and convention centers across the country.
Deb is a member of the Philadelphia Public Relations Association, a board member of the For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation, and is involved in fundraising efforts for Big Brothers Big Sisters. She attended The College of New Jersey and has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism/Professional Writing. Deb resides in Marlton, N.J., with her husband, Joe, and son, Chase Joseph.
Susan Quinn Schultz has been involved with FPS since 2011. Prior to that, she was raised in Havertown, PA before attending Villanova University in 1992. Susan met her husband, Dan while at Villanova and both graduated with Civil Engineering degrees in 1996. They married in 1998, had their oldest daughter, Madelyn in 2002 and completed their family in 2005 with the birth of their triplets, Avery, Sadie and Quinn. In 2010, Dan was diagnosed with metastatic sarcoma and began clinical trials at many sarcoma centers throughout the country, including Penn, Mayo Clinic and MD Anderson. Despite the endless hours of treatments and appointments, Dan, Susan and their kids were able to take a break from cancer in 2011 and travel to Orlando, Florida for a much needed FPS respite. The trip provided the family with memories that will last a lifetime. They consider these memories priceless, especially after Dan passed away in 2012. Dan was a big supporter of FPS and its mission so Susan and the kids continue to honor Dan through their involvement and support of FPS. Their communities in Rosemont/Wayne hold an annual yoga and 5K event in Dan’s honor – Dan’s Down Dog and Dash. Part of the proceeds from this event are donated to FPS so that other families facing cancer can create priceless memories like the Schultz family.
Susan was so inspired by the nurses who cared for Dan, especially the one who encouraged Dan to apply for the FPS respite that she went back to school after Dan passed away and graduated with a nursing degree from Villanova University in 2015. Susan is fulfilling her dream of being a patient advocate and providing patient centered care. She currently works at Lankenau Medical Center and joined the Board in 2018. Susan and her four children reside in Rosemont, PA.
Brian M. Havrilla is currently Senior Territory Business Manager for Alkermes, Inc., a Bio-tech company based in the Boston area. With more than 18 years in the Pharmaceutical industry, Brian is a proven sales and marketing leader in the Central Nervous System (CNS) market for the advancement of treatments for serious mental illness.
Brian graduated with a degree in Spanish from Ursinus College (Collegeville, PA) and earned his M.B.A. from Penn State. He lives in Blue Bell, PA with his wife, Audra and their two children, Hannah and Sophia.
Colleen Lange is currently an Associate Director of Global Security for Merck & Co., Inc. For the past 22 years, Colleen has worked for Merck in various capacities that took her to all corners of the world. She held positions of increasing responsibility in engineering capital projects, manufacturing strategic planning, global and executive communications, crisis management and is currently supporting industry led practices for insider risk, workplace violence, product integrity, and product supply chain security for Merck. She is the Chair of the Board of Trustees for Mercy Career and Technical High School and Co-Chair for Cranaleith Spiritual Center both in Philadelphia, PA. She is a Eucharistic Minister for her parish, Saint Robert Bellarmine, a volunteer at Doylestown Hospital and mentor in various industry and college programs for science and engineering students. Colleen has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Villanova University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Saint Joseph’s University. She currently resides in Doylestown, PA
Following the merger of Abington Health and Jefferson Health, Meghan became the Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Associate Chief Human Resources Officer for Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health. She had previous served as the Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Human Resources Officer for Abington Health and has over 25 years of Human Resource experience. Meghan has as strong record of accomplishments in developing and executing strategic Human Resources initiatives.
Meghan holds a Master of Science in Human Organization Science from Villanova University and has held various certifications. She is a Fellow of the Advisory Board (FABC) and a 2014 Baldrige Executive Fellow. As a past Delaware Valley Human Resources Person of the Year Awardee, Meghan has served as a National Malcolm Baldrige Senior Examiner and is a 2020 Perkiomen Valley Hall of Fame Inductee. She is also an adjunct faculty member at St. Joseph’s University teaching in their Masters of Strategic Human Resource Management program.
Meghan has been an active volunteer in her local community serving on both community and educational boards. She is currently a member of The Forum of Executive Woman and is on the Board of Directors For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation. She and her husband Skip live in Glenside and have two daughters, Carey and Libby.
Amy Beilman is currently the Director of Revenue Management for Woodloch. Woodloch is an award-winning family resort nestled in the Pocono Mountains Lake Region; and great partners with For Pete’s Sake. For the past several years, Amy has been a trusted liaison between FPS and Woodloch to help put together and plan for FPS group and individual respites. She is a 2007 graduate of Penn State University with a degree in Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management.
Amy resides in Hawley, PA with her husband Scott and two daughters, Eleanor and Grace.
Ms. Buehler has 20 years of media and strategic communications experience. At PJM, she has raised the profile of the nation’s largest electric grid and wholesale energy markets. She is responsible for strategic communications plans, internal communications initiatives and messaging around energy policy. In addition, she is responsible for corporate social responsibility initiatives.
Prior to joining PJM, Ms. Buehler was executive vice president for Bellevue Communications, where she managed the day-to-day operations and some of the firm’s largest clients. In addition, she spearheaded the firm’s media training and crisis communications initiatives.
Ms. Buehler is a former Emmy Award-winning television journalist with experience working as a reporter, editor and producer at stations in Philadelphia, Des Moines and Sioux Falls. She became the managing editor of Fox News in Philadelphia where she made key editorial decisions on news coverage, planning and scheduling. Ms. Buehler is a four-time Emmy Award nominee for outstanding general reporting and breaking news coverage.
In addition to her television news experience, Ms. Buehler served as a spokesperson for PECO Energy in Philadelphia and represented major corporate brands including McDonalds, Campbell Soup, Citizens Bank and Chemring USA.
Ms. Buehler is active in community organizations. She serves on the boards of College Possible Philadelphia, the Philly Ad Club, and the Philadelphia Public Relations Association. Previously, she served on the executive committee of the board of trustees for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the Board of Governors. She is past president of the board of the Mid-Atlantic chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and is active in the Public Relations Society of America. Ms. Buehler has been honored with a Woman of Distinction award by the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Ms. Buehler holds a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University.
Peg’s resume is diverse and she is currently Executive Vice President, Biocoat, Inc. In her early career, she worked in outside sales for Pitney Bowes and Sprint before moving to customer service/sales at Alstin Advertising. She also worked as a preschool teacher, as a salesperson for Pampered Chef and put together a monthly publication for Montgomery Publishing. In 2003, she took a board position for Biocoat, Inc., a medical device coating company located in Horsham, PA and soon became board secretary. After years of serving on the board, she was offered a sales position.
Today she continues to work at Biocoat, heading up the Engineering, Facilities, Shipping & Receiving and Customer Service teams. She was responsible to deliver on time and budget a 37,500 sf facility buildout with Class 7 and 8 cleanroom space to support product manufacturing.
She is happily married to Cary Beavers and a proud mother to Zack, Derek and Maggie.
Bob serves as Vice President at Mill Creek Capital Advisors, LLC. Prior to joining MCCA, Bob spent five years at myCIOWealth Partners, LLC providing high-quality financial counseling to senior corporate executives and successful entrepreneurs. Bob utilized a comprehensive approach which links all aspects of the financial plan, including investment, tax, cash flow and estate planning. He was also a member of their investment committee and provided due diligence on various investment managers. Bob is a graduate of Drexel University with a B.S. in finance/economics and holds the designation as a Certified Financial Planner™ professional. Bob currently serves on the Board of Directors for the For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation.
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FPS Advisory Board
- Deborah Bacon
- Patrick Bello
- Jeffrey Boyle, CPA
- Dr. Et-Tsu Chen
- Patricia Gambino, RN, MSN
- Steve Harfst
- Marta Hobbs
- Michael Keenan
- Mariann E. Kuttler
- Thomas Leonard
- Edward Mannello
- Thomas McGinn, CMA
- Kevin McKenna, Esquire
- J. Scott Miller
- John Murabito
- James Murray
- In loving memory of Daryl Robinson
- Christopher Sullivan
- Joseph Sundheim, CPA
- Stephen C. Target
- John Washlick, Esquire