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Foundation Board of Directors

The Geneva College Foundation was established by the Geneva College Board of Trustees. All charitable giving is processed through the Geneva College Foundation and all new endowment gifts are retained in the Foundation. Since the college budget provides the staff salaries and program activities of the Foundation, 100% of every gift goes to the Foundation.

Geneva is grateful for the leadership and oversight of a highly qualified Board of Directors.


John E. Cournan ’88, CPA

John Cournan is Principal at Packer-Thomas – Certified Public Accountants and Business Consultants. He joined Packer-Thomas in 1993 after serving five years with Ernst & Young. Packer Thomas is a regional, certified public accounting and consulting firm with offices in New Castle, PA and Canfield, OH. Cournan’s specific area of expertise includes serving clients in the metals, manufacturing, retirement plan and wholesale distribution industries, as well as international clients. Cournan’s interest in developing youth led him to 14 years of active engagement as a board member and board president at the New Castle YMCA.

David A. Howell ’82

David Howell has worked at Westinghouse Electric Company for more than 37 years in roles such as Senior Vice President of Operating Plants Business, Senior Vice President of Automation and Field Services and Senior Vice President of Nuclear Automation. He is currently President of Americas Operating Plant Services, responsible for total customer relationship, commercial activity and delivery of all operating plant products and services for North and South America.

Dwight E. Wagner ’68, CCIM

Dwight Wagner is the founder and current CEO of U.S. Commercial Realty. He served for 12 years as one of three members of an Independent Fiduciary Committee for a Separate Account of The Equitable. Today, Wagner provides both advisory and asset management services for clients on a fee basis. He is active in his native Lancaster County community in various church and community organizations, as well as a principal owner of real estate and land development projects.

Chester R. Replogle

Chester Replogle served in and retired from the military and worked as a civil servant with the Department of Defense. He sold his business to do ministry and now serves as Director of Ministry to the Military & Internationals, planting churches near military bases and establishing Reformed Churches overseas to meet the spiritual needs of U.S. Military personnel, their families and others.

Pamela Durham-Belland ’82

Dr. Pamela Durham-Belland is a military veteran who served on active duty as an osteopathic physician at Bethesda Naval Hospital and at Naval Hospital Yokosuka Japan. Pamela has a strong passion for legacy giving, establishing two endowed funds in the past decade. Her past employment experiences have all required creating personalized strategies, excellent communication skills, organizational management, and strong attention to detail.

James Brown ’82

Jim graduated from Geneva in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He is the retired President and CEO of Aliquippa Terminals, Inc/ORW Services, LLC. Jim and his wife Amy have four sons and two daughters, two of whom have graduated from Geneva. They are actively involved in and support a variety of ministries locally and internationally through their church.

Bonnie (O'Neill) Meyer ’74, CFRE

Bonnie is a principal and Executive Vice President of Meyer Partners, a direct response agency providing fundraising counsel and services to nonprofit organizations. She is actively involved in several professional organizations and is the recipient of distinguished service awards from two faith-based associations.

Kathleen (Riethmuller) McIntyre '73

Kathleen lives in Nashua, New Hampshire, with her husband, Bill McIntyre, who served as a professor and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Nashua Community College (NH). Kathleen is a career educator who has worked for 40 years as the Library/Media Specialist of the Amherst Elementary School Libraries in New Hampshire and continues to impact her community through committed volunteer work.


"Christians have the right to be bold. It’s in boldness that we ask for financial resources from people who have been touched by Geneva, and in humility we’re committed to be good stewards of resources for maximum effectiveness. ”

- John Cournan ’88, CPA (Chair, Geneva College Foundation)