Area lawyer named SCARC vice president


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Angelo J. Bolcato Esq., Practice Group Leader for Laddey, Clark & Ryan’s Business Law Group, has recently been named vice chairperson of the SCARC Foundation, Inc. Board of Trustees.

The SCARC Foundation Inc., founded in 1985, is a non-profit organization that provides planning and funding for SCARC, Inc. and SCARC Guardianship Services, Inc., which enables them to provide exceptional programs and services for people with developmental disabilities.

“I am honored to serve as Vice Chairperson of the SCARC Foundation’s Board of Trustees,” stated Bolcato. “It’s wonderful to see how generous the people and businesses in the county are in supporting SCARC’s mission. I’m grateful to be a part of such an outstanding organization.”

The SCARC Foundation’s Board of Trustees is comprised of dedicated influential business and community leaders who are committed to providing a strong financial future for the organization. The Board is committed to raising funds for SCARC, Inc. and SCARC Guardianship Services, Inc.

Thomas Ryan, Managing Partner of Laddey, Clark & Ryan stated,

“Angelo certainly has made an impact in our community and beyond, both the business community and the non-profit community. We are very proud of Angelo and pleased for the SCARC Foundation,” said Thomas Ryan, managing partner of Laddye, Clark & Ryan.



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