Local residents elected to lead Rowan University Foundation

Local residents elected to lead Rowan University Foundation

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Glassboro, NJ–The Rowan University Foundation elected its 2000-01 officers at its annual reorganization meeting on August 9. The officers are Ed Sutor, chair; Bob Hoey, vice chair;
Glassboro, NJ–The Rowan University Foundation elected its 2000-01 officers at its annual
reorganization meeting on August 9. The officers are Ed Sutor, chair; Bob Hoey, vice chair;
Chuck Sessa, treasurer; and Stan LaBruna, secretary.

The Rowan University Foundation manages and coordinates all of the University’s
fundraising activities and is responsible for the management and investment of all charitable
contributions, including an endowment of more than $93 million.

Rowan University Foundation Board 2000-01 Officers

Edward J. Sutor, of Dover, Del., Board Chair, has been a member of the Board of
Directors since 1994. He has served as Board vice chair and treasurer and currently serves
on the Foundation’s Executive and Endowment committees. Sutor is the executive vice
president at Dover Downs Entertainment, Inc. in Dover, Del. He earned a bachelor’s degree
from Saint Peter’s College in New Jersey.

Robert Hoey, of Mt. Laurel, N.J., vice chair, has been a member of the Board of
Directors since 1996. He has served as Board treasurer and was a member of the Fund
Raising, Audit and Finance committees and currently serves on the Foundation’s Executive
and Endowment committees. Hoey is vice president for Investments with Legg Mason
Wood Walker, Inc., an investment firm in Moorestown, N.J. He earned a bachelor’s degree
from Villanova University and a MBA from Drexel University.

Charles Sessa, of Washington Township (Gloucester County), N.J., treasurer, has
been a member of the Board of Directors since 1995. He has served as the Board secretary
and currently serves on the Foundation’s Executive and Endowment committees. Sessa, a
financial consultant, was president of Covenant Bank and served as executive vice president
of Penn Capital Management. He earned a bachelor’s degree from St. Joseph’s University,
Philadelphia.

Stanley LaBruna, of Mullica Hill, N.J., secretary, has been a member of the Board of
Directors since 1991. He has served as a member of the Audit, Finance and Bylaws
committees and currently serves on the Foundation’s Executive Committee. LaBruna is vice
president of environment, health and safety at Public Service Electric Group, in Newark,
N.J. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Fairleigh Dickinson
University, N.J.