Carmel Valley resident named to Meals-on-Wheels board

Noah Katsell of Carmel Valley has been named to the 2014 Board of Trustees for Meals-on-Wheels Greater San Diego. The board consists of business leaders from across San Diego County.

“Meals-on-Wheels is thrilled to have so many well respected San Diegans and local businesses represented on our Board to help further our mission and contribute to the overall well-being of San Diego seniors,” said Debbie Case, president and CEO of Meals-on-Wheels Greater San Diego.

The 2014-15 Board Committee Chairs are as follows, with area of focus: Chair: Noah Katsell, DLA Piper; Audit: Ryan Belmer, SmithBarney; Board Development: Gail Ives; Finance: Tyson Dethloff Allenbrooke Insurance Services, Inc.; Marketing & Resource Development: Stephanie Dathe; Services: Nanci Porter; and Secretary: Kristi Pieper, K Family Trust.

The 2014-15 Board of Trustees are: Clara Browning-Baity, John English, Gary Gramling, Jason Levin, Kevin McMahon, Tom North, Peter Pavao, Diana Ramirez, Joan Richardson, Tom Rodriguez, Peter Thomas and Hon. Margie G. Woods.

Meals-on-Wheels provides seniors with regular nutrition and daily contact from caring volunteers. In 2014 volunteers will donate 211,575 hours, drive 725,400 miles and serve 2,300 seniors in 48 San Diego communities. Last year, more than 400,000 meals were delivered by volunteers to fulfill the organization’s mission to end senior hunger and isolation.

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