CFWM welcomes new Trustees

The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts (CFWM) appointed three new Trustees during its September meeting. A new Trustees chair was also named and Ralph S. Tate now serves CFWM as the Trustees chair, with Elizabeth Sillin serving as vice chair. Tate, of Amherst, is a retired managing director of equities at Standish, Ayer & Wood. Sillin is a partner at the law firm of Bulkley Richardson and lives in Sunderland.
The new Trustees are Linda Dunlavy, Mary Ann Spencer and Becky Wai-Ling Packard.
CFWM extends its thanks to Trustees Dana R. Barrows, Terry Jenoure, and Willie Hill, who stepped down last week at the end of their terms. Barrows is continuing his service as a member of the CFWM Distribution Committee.

Linda Dunlavy

May Ann Spencer

Becky Wai-Ling Packard

Here are just a few of the people up and down the Pioneer Valley who have benefited from grants and scholarships made possible by more than 1,100 contributors to the Foundation.