The Community Foundation of South Jersey (CFSJ) is pleased to announce that three former Governing Board members: Melinda K. Holman, Jack Tarditi, and Rob Kugler, have been named Emeritus members of the Board in the last year. The trio helped establish CFSJ in 2007. Emeritus members are invited to any meeting of the Governing Board, as non-voting participants, and may also serve on select Board committees.
“The Emeritus distinction is the highest honor the Community Foundation Board can bestow upon former members,” said CFSJ Board Chairman, Joseph P. Tredinnick.
“All three of these individuals have demonstrated long-term dedication and support for the Foundation and its mission. They have inspired others to take action, referred partners and fundholders, and demonstrated an aspirational level of service and engagement.”
Holman joined the Holman Enterprises team in 1986, working in the retail operations department, serving in roles from General Manager to President and Chief Operating Officer of Holman Automotive. Holman has served as the Holman Enterprises Board Chairperson since 2015. She is a member of United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey’s Board, as well as Chair of the Urban Promise International Board.
Jack Tarditi has more than 40 years of experience in the Insurance industry, currently serving as the Managing Director of Conner Strong & Buckelew. He was also a Commissioner and former Chairman of the Camden County Municipal Joint Insurance Fund and the New Jersey Municipal Excess Liability Fund. Tarditi has served the community as a member of several other boards and commissions including the Cooper Foundation Board, Helen Fuld School of Nursing Board, Salvation Army Board, Camden Kroc Community Center Board, Symphony In C Board, and the Haddonfield Educational Trust. In addition, Mr. Tarditi has served in many public sector capacities including Mayor, Director of Public Safety, and Commissioner for the Borough of Haddonfield.
Rob Kugler is a retired attorney formerly of Archer & Greiner, P.C. where he specialized in complex real estate lending transactions, community and condominium associations, health care financing, and continuing care retirement community development. Mr. Kugler was a member of many professional organizations including the American Bar Association, the New Jersey State Bar Association, the Camden County Bar Association, the National Association of Bond Lawyers, the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, the Risk Management Associates South Jersey Chapter, the Community Associations Institute, and the Dartmouth Lawyers’ Association. He also served the community as a member of the American Cancer Society Board, Symphony In C Society Board, Dartmouth Alumni Council, Haddonfield United Methodist Church Board, the Historical Society of Haddonfield Board and Partnership for Haddonfield.
To learn more about CFSJ, visit: CommunityFoundationSJ.org.