The Central Susquehanna Community Foundation (CSCF) said good-bye to five long-term board members at its November trustees meeting.

Andreae K. Hoosty, Michael Flock, David Saracino, Kevin Tanribilir and Michael Goresh all completed two four-year terms.

"These five individuals helped to establish CSCF as a major philanthropic resource in Central Pennsylvania", said Holly Morrison, board chair.

"These individuals will be missed. They spent a lot of time traveling throughout the region on foundation business and gave generously to CSCF," said Eric Dewald, CEO. "They were an important part of early strategic planning sessions that shaped the future of the foundation and established a solid business model based on service to charitable donors."

The CSCF Board of Trustees is a diverse group of individuals that broadly reflects the geographic footprint of the foundation's service area which includes Columbia, lower Luzerne, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder and Union counties.

The current board is represented by Holly Morrison (Berwick), Kendra Aucker (Lewisburg/Selinsgrove), Roger S. Haddon Jr. (Selinsgrove), Roger J. Davis (Berwick/Rydal), John S. Mulka (Bloomsburg), Rhonda Seebold (Danville), Joseph J. Scopelliti (Berwick), James Kishbaugh (Danville), Dr. John E. DeFinnis (Berwick), Tim Apple (Lewisburg), John B. Parker (Berwick), J. Donald Steele Jr. (Northumberland/Lewisburg), Pamela White (Selinsgrove), Kevin D. Woodeshick (Berwick), Connie Tressler (Herndon), JoAnn M. Ferentz (Berwick/Shamokin) and Tom Harlow (Shamokin).

The Central Susquehanna Community Foundation manages 130 charitable funds and makes grant investments throughout the region to improve the quality of life in the Central Susquehanna area. For more information, go to www.csgiving.org, or call the Foundation at 1-866-454-6692.