Community House of Moorestown
2021 Board of Trustees
2019 Board of Trustees
George Schulmann has served on the Board of the Community House since 2006. He was Board President from 2009 to 2016 and returned to the role in 2019. He is also on the Community House Building & Grounds Committee. George has volunteered with many local organizations and has been a Moorestown Rotarian since 1995. He is the owner and president of Motorcar Colors, with locations in Moorestown and Delaware. He and his wife, Michelle, met at Moorestown High School and are lifelong residents. They have two grown daughters and enjoy spending family weekends in Long Beach Island.
Haynes serves as President of the Board of Trustees at the Community House of Moorestown. Professionally, Haynes works as a marketing and strategy consultant for professional sports teams, leagues and corporate sponsors. Both Haynes and his wife, Dayna, are lifelong residents of Moorestown, and have two young children who help keep them active and involved in Moorestown’s community activities.
Glenn is a tax and estate planning lawyer at Kulzer & DiPadova in Haddonfield, NJ, and has been active in the New Jersey trust and estate community for over 30 years. Mr. Henkel has spoken and written extensively on estate planning topics. Publications include the New Jersey estate planning manual published by NJICLE. He has received many awards for his work, including awards from the Estate Planning Council of Southern NJ and the NJ State Bar Association. Glenn lives in Moorestown with his wife, Molly, and their dog Sasha. They have two grown children, Will and Charlotte, and two grandchildren, Madelyn and Ella.
A 20-year resident of Moorestown, Sheree was an active volunteer with the Home & School Association where she was instrumental in fundraising efforts. Sheree served as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Saint Augustine Preparatory School in Richland, NJ, and as President of the Bishop Eustace Parents’ Association. Prior to retiring to raise her family, Sheree was the Director of Operations for On Assignment, a nationwide professional staffing company. She and her husband, Adam, have two daughters.
Christine Ellis Blessing was raised in Moorestown and graduated from the University of Delaware with a BS in Accounting. Prior to retiring to raise her family, Christine was a CPA in a prominent international firm. In 2000, her family moved to Moorestown as her children were approaching school age. She was an active volunteer with the Mooretown Home & School Association and she currently sits on the board of the Laurel Creek Women’s Golf Association. She and her husband Scott, have two grown children and enjoy spending time golfing, skiing, traveling and at the Jersey shore.
Chris and his wife Maria are lifelong residents of Moorestown and have three children. Chris is the Fire District Administrator for Moorestown Fire District No. 1. He is a graduate of Belmont Abbey College receiving a BA in Business Administration and a BS from the University of Maryland in Fire Science. Chris serves on the Moorestown Planning Board, past president and current board member of the Moorestown Breakfast Rotary Club, active member of the Moorestown Fire Department and involved with the Moorestown Education Foundation.
Chris is a graduate of Salve Regina University, and holds a degree in Business Administration. He is the Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer of Railroad Construction Company of South Jersey. He is the former Chairman, and current member, of the Board of Directors for the National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association. Chris was named a “Rising Star” of North America’s Railroading Industry by Progressive Railroading Magazine. On the Community House Board of Trustees since 2017, he is also a member of the Union League of Philadelphia and enjoys playing hockey in his spare time. He resides in Moorestown with his wife Deena and their three children.
Joe has been a member of our Board of Trustees since 2014. He has served on the Finance, Risk and Legal committee and most recently as the Chair of the Buildings and Grounds committee. He is a graduate of Villanova University and the Delaware Law School and a partner in the Law Firm of DeLorenzo Bradley & Banfe, LLC, here in town. He and his wife Lauren are lifelong residents of Moorestown. They have two grown children and enjoy spending family time at the Jersey shore.
Milt and his wife Edith have been married for 54 years and have two grown sons and six grandchildren. Longtime residents of Moorestown, Milt has held leadership roles for the Board of Adjustment and the Planning Board, as well as the First Presbyterian Church, Moorestown Improvement Association, and his condo association. For his outstanding service to our community, Milt was presented with the “Moorestown Citizen of the Year” award in 2015. Milt has proudly served on the Children’s Fresh Air Home in North Wildwood since 1972, running its summer program and spearheading its Construction Committee. Before retiring in 2012, Milt worked for Computer Sciences Corporation. He enjoys golfing and skiing when not working at the Community House or the Fresh Air Home facility.
Glen is a Partner with Bowman & Company LLP in Voorhees, NJ and has over 25 years of public accounting experience He is licensed to practice as a Certified Public Accountant in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. He is also a Public School Accountant and Certified Financial Planner. He has a B.S. in Business Administration from Saint Joseph’s University. Glen has extensive auditing experience with social service organizations, health care organizations, affordable housing agencies, and various other not-for-profit and governmental organizations. His auditing experience also includes employee benefit plans. He lives in Moorestown, New Jersey, with his wife and two children.
Bryan Wright, Sr.
Bryan has resided in Moorestown for over 52 years and graduated from Moorestown High School. He attended Hampton University and achieved his BS in Psychology. Bryan has served as a Police Officer in Moorestown for over 23 years. Bryan currently serves as a Board Member for Habitat for Humanity servicing Burlington, Trenton, Mercer and Atlantic County . Bryan and his wife Robbin have two children, both who graduated from MHS. He currently serves the Moorestown School District as the School Resource Officer and is active in high school and youth sports.