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Greg Merkle

President

Greg is a 1981 graduate of Iroquois Central and a 1985 graduate from the University of Pittsburgh. He serves on the Iroquois Business Academy, the Boys and Girls Club of Elma, Marilla and Wales, The Town of Elma Planning Board, and the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame Boards.

Greg is also President of the Greater Buffalo United States Bowling Congress Association, and is a member of its 2016 Hall of Fame Class, was inducted into the Town of Aurora Baseball/Softball Hall of Fame in 2011, and is an Iroquois Central Athletic Wall of Fame recipient 2019.

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Vincent Frisicaro

Vice President

In 1968, Vincent graduated from Canisius College with a BS in History. He received his MS Ed. in Social Studies Education from SUNY Buffalo in 1973 and his MS Ed. in Reading Education from Canisius College in 1986. Vincent taught for 43 years, 39 of them at Iroquois.

From 1969 to 1971 he was a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Signal Corps. Vincent coached football, track and cross country for 38 years. He has served on a number of committees as a consultant, volunteer and member such as AP U.S. History College Board, Buffalo Honor Flight, American Legion and the Buffalo Civil War Round Table.

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Colleen McCoy

Secretary

Bio coming.

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Andrew Takac

Treasurer

AJ Takac is a 2014 graduate of Iroquois Central and a 2018 graduate of Canisius College with degrees in Accounting and Accounting Information Systems.  AJ also received an MBA with a focus in Accounting in 2019 from Canisius College. AJ began working with the Defense Contract Audit Agency following his undergraduate career at Canisius in 2018. He is currently working toward obtaining the CPA certification.

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Kim Standish

Director

Kimberly has a BA in Accounting and a Masters of Business Administration. She has 15 years of experience in Federally regulated industries and is currently the sole proprietor and owner of Intuitive Bookkeeping.

Her first role with the school district was as President of the Iroquois Intermediate Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) from 2011 To 2013. In addition, she has been managing a youth hockey team since 2014 and Registrar for the Southtowns Stars Amateur Hockey Association since 2015.

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Jim Kaufmann

Director

Jim is a graduate of Iroquois Central and a graduate from SUNY Geneseo. After a 23 year career with the Buffalo Police and Data Processing Departments, Jim joined the Gow School assisting in the Technology Office and with software training.

After helping to create The Gow School Golf team in 2012, Mr. Kaufmann assumed the role of Head Coach for this successful program. Jim is also a member of the Boys and Girls Club of Elma, Marilla & Wales, Iroquois Baseball, and Iroquois Hockey.

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Scott Weber

Director

Scott is a 2007 Graduate of Iroquois HS and also a 2011 Graduate of Niagara University with a B.S. Degree in Supply Chain Management & Minor in International Management.  He currently works for Key Bank as a Licensed Relationship Manager.  He was a Financial Advisor with Prudential Financial from 2013-2019.

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David Lowrey

Director

Dave is a 1978 Iroquois graduate and has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Art Education / Graphic Design and Masters of Science Degree in Multi-Disciplinary Studies from Buffalo State College and a second Masters Degree in Education Administration from Canisius College.

He has taught in the Lockport City School District for over 30 years. Active in community organizations, Dave served as Chair of the Orleans Niagara Teacher Center, served as Vice President of Tri-Town Soccer, Assistant Commissioner of EMW Soccer, President of the Iroquois Central School Board, Board Member for Erie 2 CC Boces, Development Director for the Buffalo Children’s Zoo, Program Director for Children’s Hospital Child Life Specialist Program, St. Vincent DePaul Parish Council and serves as an Eucharistic Minister.

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Sean Cunningham

Director

Sean Cunningham is a 2014 graduate of Iroquois. He has a BA in Political Science and International Trade from the University at Buffalo. He is the Circulation Manager and Facilitator for the East Aurora Advertiser and Elma Review, as well as an evening supervisor at Elm Street Bakery. He serves on the board of the East Aurora Kiwanis Club and is a member of the Rotary Club of East Aurora, where he is the Public Relations Chair.  Currently, Sean is a member of the Iroquois Strategic Planning Committee.

 

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