Four Join University’s Board of Trustees

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Edward Paul Macko

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Edward Paul Macko

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Saint Francis has announced the election of four new members to its Board of Trustees for four-year terms, beginning this fall.

The new members are Michael Calandra, president of MarJenn, secretary for Frank Calandra, Inc., vice president of J-Lok Pennsylvania and assistant to the president at Jennmar; Sr. Katherine Caldwell, T.O.R., a sister of the Franciscan Sisters Third Order Regular of Penance of the Sorrowful Mother; Jacqueline Martella, president and CEO of BosWell Pharmacy Services and Martella’s Pharmacies; and Jean Payne Rogers, a retired social worker in the field of geriatrics.

Calandra has been with Frank Calandra, Inc. since graduating from Saint Francis in 1984. That same year, he was named manager of Jennmar’s trucking affiliate, MarJenn. Since then, Calandra has contributed to various business aspects of FCI, primarily in the areas of operations, inventory and logistics. He currently serves as President of MarJenn, FCI Secretary, Vice President of J-Lok Pennsylvania and Assistant to the President (Jennmar).

Caldwell is currently completing a year sabbatical after serving for 11 years as the Reverend Mother for the Franciscan Sisters Third Order Regular of Penance of the Sorrowful Mother. She earned a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and theology from the Franciscan University of Steubenville, a masters of arts in Franciscan Studies from St. Bonaventure’s University and a masters of arts in Christian Spirituality with a certificate in spiritual direction from Creighton University.

Caldwell has served as a family advocate for abused women and she has served her religious community in the area of formation for 12 years, helping to establish their mission house and ministries in downtown Steubenville. She is currently working toward her master’s degree in counseling.

A 1987 graduate of Duquesne University, Martella is the president and CEO of BosWell Pharmacy Services, a pharmacy distribution center. She is also the owner of BosWell Prescription Center, BosWell Plaza, and a number of Martella’s Pharmacies located in Johnstown, Windber and Central City, as well as a local Subway franchise. She employs over 300 employees in Cambria and Somerset counties.

Martella is a member of the Pennsylvania Pharmacist Association, National Community Pharmacists Association, National Association of Consultant Pharmacists and Duquesne Alumni Association. She also serves as treasurer of the Cambria-Somerset-Bedford Pharmacy Society and as president of the St. Benedict’s School PTO.

Rogers is a 1982 graduate of Saint Francis and 1989 graduate of the University of Maryland School of Social Work master’s program. She retired from geriatric social work in 2008 after 21 years in the field. Currently, Rogers spends her time volunteering at Mount Saint Joseph High School, Holy Trinity Catholic Church and Baltimore-Washington Medical Center, as well as HOPE, a non-profit organization that helps homeless people get established in apartments. Formerly of Greensburg, she now resides in Glen Burnie, Maryland.

From Staff Reports and Saint Francis Office of Marketing and Public Relations.
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