Trinity Service Inc. recently welcomed two new members to its board of directors.
Christine Falvey and Ron Stricklin joined the board this summer. Both are parents of children who are supported by Trinity Services, and both have been involved with the organization for about 15 years.
Falvey, a Mokena resident, has about 30 years of experience in the environmental industry as a transportation coordinator for a waste management company.
Falvey’s goals for her first term are to become familiar with the full scope of the services Trinity provides and to promote Trinity throughout her community.
Falvey said that she and her husband are contemplating retirement, so her opportunity to become more involved with Trinity Services came at the perfect time.
Stricklin, a South Barrington resident, is a retired executive with about 35 years of business experience.
Stricklin is involved in the parent advisory group at Trinity Northwest in Des Plaines, and has volunteered in numerous capacities, including audits, legislative advocacy campaigns and on the planning committee for Trinity’s annual dinner and concert gala that takes place every December in Oak Brook.
Stricklin said that he also wanted to join the board to stay connected to his son and contribute to what is best for him.
President and CEO Thane Dykstra praised both Falvey and Stricklin for their dedication to their sons and the mission of Trinity Services.
For information, visit www.trinity-services.org.