Greylock Board of Directors Elects 3 Officers

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Gerald 'Jerry' Burke
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Greylock Federal Credit Union Board of Directors elected three officers for the positions of chairman, vice chairman, and clerk/treasurer, for one-year terms at their organizational meeting in March.
Gerard "Jerry" Burke was elected as the new chairman and has been a board member since 1999, serving on a number of committees over the past 14 years. He is also president/CEO of Hillcrest Educational Centers and holds a bachelor's degree in special education from Fitchburg State University and a master's degrees in counseling psychology from Anna Maria College, as well as a master's of business administration from Western New England University.
Burke's community involvement includes membership in both the Massachusetts and Berkshire Business Roundtables and recent service as the Berkshire Chamber of Commerce chairman. Burke is also a board member of the Massachusetts Association of Approved 766 Private Schools, the Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board and
Ann Deely
1Berkshire Strategic Alliance. Burke lives in Pittsfield with his wife, Kate, and their children.
Ann B. Deely was elected as board Vice Chairman and joined the board in 2010, serving on several board committees. An attorney, she is a partner with Deely & Deely in Lee and is a graduate of Thomas M. Cooley Law School, while also holding a bachelor's degree in business management from Pine Manor College. Ann is a member of the Berkshire and Massachusetts Bar Associations and is a Massachusetts Bar Foundation Life Fellow. 
Her community involvement is extensive having served with the Lee Youth Association, the Lee Planning Board, Berkshire United Way and the Lee High School Building
Stanley Walczyk
Committee. Deely is the former legal advisor for Community Television of Southern Berkshire County and the Lee VNA Ethics Commission. She lives in Lee with her fiancé, Bill Hurley.
Stanley B. Walczyk was elected to the office of clerk/treasurer, began his tenure with the Greylock board in 2011 and serves on several board committees. He is the owner and president of O'Laughlin's Home Care Pharmacy and Medical Equipment in Dalton and is a graduate of Berkshire Community College and the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. Walczyk is active in many pharmaceutical organizations including the Massachusetts Board of Pharmacy, the Massachusetts Pharmacist Association and the National Association of Retail Druggists. He was president of the Board of Pharmacy in 2011, serving from 2008 to 2011 as a member appointed by Gov. Deval Patrick. 
He also serves his community through Dalton Rotary and the 3rd Degree Knights of Columbus, and is the past chairman of the St. Agnes Parish Council. Walczyk lives in Dalton with his wife Paula.
Rounding out the 11-member volunteer board of directors are Angelo Borsello, Jr., Elizabeth R. Costley, Richard A. DeFazio, J. Paul Dube, Sheila LaBarbera, Anthony J. Rinaldi, Jr., Alfred L. Shogry and Marilyn L. Sperling.

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