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YMCA Welcomes New Members to Board of Directors
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VINELAND — NEW MEMBERS were recently welcomed to the YMCA of Vineland Board of Directors. They join more than 20 other members whose efforts help to make the YMCA a leading organization in the area.

The newly appointed individuals are: Perry Barse, Ron Rossi, Jose Silva, and Gary Smith.

Barse: who has been a YMCA member in the past, said, “The YMCA has been an integral part of Vineland as far back as I can remember. It is an honor to join this distinguished Board to help it continue its important role for the organization.” Barse is a CPA and a graduate of the University of Scranton. He has long been active locally and is now involved with his church leadership.

Rossi: was a YMCA Board member previously. His leadership roles have included this Board, plus many others, including The CEO Group, Bacharach Rehabilitation Hospital, and Inspira Health Network, and more. He’s also the president of Rossi Motors and a graduate of the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

Silva: has been a lawyer in Cumberland County for over 20 years but was a program director in the past with the Boston/Roxbury YMCA. He received his Law degree from New England Law School.

Smith: is a police captain with the Delaware River Port Authority Police Department. He has been part of the YMCA family for decades and noted, “As a 25-year member of the Vineland YMCA, I am honored to be associated with an organization that is dedicated to helping families and the community.” He is a graduate of Gloucester County College, Northwestern University, and Farleigh Dickinson University.

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