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Amherst Senior Citizens Foundation Strengthens Board of Directors
Announces elections of Lynn Casteel and miriam treger honig to three-year terms
“We’re pleased to be adding two new members who provide complimentary skill sets to our already strong and engaged board of directors,” said ASCF Executive Director Dal Giuliani. “The Amherst Senior Citizens Foundation will benefit greatly from Lynn’s extensive marketing and public relations experience, as well as miriam’s deep understanding of the Amherst market.”
Lynn Casteel brings more than 25 years of marketing and communication experience to the board. As Principal and co-founder of the investor relations and corporate communications firm Casteel Schoenborn (http://www.csirfirm.com/
miriam treger honig has over 30 years of experience in the Western New York real estate industry, where she has spent the majority of her career as a licensed associate real estate broker and office manager of RealtyUSA’s Amherst-Clarence office. miriam has been a long-time member of the NAR, BNAR, and NYSAR, of which she is currently a director. She is a NAR trained mediator, holding the ITI and Green designations. A graduate of SUNY at Oswego, miriam also serves as President of the NYS Education Foundation, Vice President of Temple Beth Zion’s Board of Trustees, a Somali Bantu Community Assoc. of WNY board member, as well as an advisory committee member at Yad B’Yad.
The Amherst Senior Citizens Foundation, Inc. (ASCF) was organized in 1992 to raise funds and provide financial support for services and activities that enhance the lives of senior citizens in Amherst, NY. ASCF provides financial support for both basic needs, including meals and transportation, as well recreational and educational activities. The foundation conducts its operations from the Center for Senior Services in the heart of the Amherst community. To learn more about ASCF, and the many programs it funds, please visit its website at www.amherstseniors.org.