10/22/2009

College Elects Four Trustees

The Franklin & Marshall Board of Trustees has elected three new members and a fourth who previously served on the Board. The trustees have experience in real estate, law, publishing and charity accountability.

The new trustees are:

  • Robert L. Freedman '70, from New York City, executive chairman of First Service Williams, a global commercial real estate brokerage.
  • Raymond A. Sanseverino, Esq., '68, from Chappaqua, N.Y., a partner at the national law firm Loeb & Loeb LLP in New York City, where he chairs the Real Estate Department and the Commercial Real Estate Leasing Group.
  • Edward M. Satell, from Newtown Square, Pa., the father of Matthew Satell '09 and founder and chief executive officer of Progressive Business Publications.

In addition, H. Art Taylor '80, from Clifton, Md., returns to the Board. He is currently president and CEO of the Better Business Bureau's Wise Giving Alliance.

"These new members bring a breadth of experience to the board that provides new perspectives," President John Fry says. "They also possess a dedication to Franklin & Marshall that is reflected in their past service to the College. I look forward to their contributions."

The trustees serve five-year terms that began July 1 and end June 30, 2014.

David M. Coyne '87, from Silver Spring, Md., was elected to serve a one-year term as Alumni Trustee. He is the president of the Franklin & Marshall College Alumni Board and will serve in a non-voting capacity.

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