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Joe Buckley, CFMA Philadelphia, President

APRIL 2016
To my fellow Members of CFMA Philadelphia:

I’m truly honored to serve as President of CFMA’s Philadelphia chapter and I’m looking forward to continuing the vision that we have set forward since 1983.  First I would like to thank John Bieber of National Glass and Metal Co. for his leadership for the past two years.  He has done a terrific job and has helped our chapter to improve in both membership and programing.  I would also like to thank the board of directors, both past and present for their commitment to CFMA and to the chapter’s growth. Especially the current executive committee, Vice President Jim McGettigan, Treasurer Joe Gravenstine, Secretary Ann Bowman and Immediate Past President John Bieber, I look forward with working with you and rest of board over the next two years.  Read more.


John Bieber, CFMA Philadelphia, PresidentAPRIL 2016
To my fellow Members of CFMA Philadelphia:

One last “Message from This President”. I am happy to announce that effective April 1, 2016 our Chapter welcomed Joe Buckley from Allan Myers as the new President of our Philadelphia Chapter of CFMA. Before I turn over the gavel to Joe, I have just a few final thoughts that I’d like to share with you.
When I think back over my last two years of being president, I immediately think of my predecessor Wendy Byerley and the great job she did for our Chapter during her term, and the terrific opportunity she presented me with to lead our Chapter.  Read more.

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