Deborah Osborn, President
Debbie is a lifelong Stillwater resident and a graduate of Stillwater Central School, where she attended 4th through 6th grades at the Community Center! She furthered her education at Russell Sage College and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Management, and a Masters Degree in Public Service and Health Services Administration. Debbie has been a public servant her entire adult life, starting in the education system when her son was in elementary school and followed by 24 years of service in Saratoga County, where Debbie was the Director of Eligibility Programs. Now retired, Debbie recently started her own small consulting business, helping families navigate through the overwhelming process of obtaining appropriate long term care for their loved ones.
The most important and meaningful part of her life centers around her family and time spent with them. Debbie’s son, Jason, also a graduate of Stillwater, went on to obtain his law degree from the University of Notre Dame. He is currently a supervising attorney with the IRS in Washington, DC. He and his wife Sarah and their three beautiful daughters live in Maryland. The time Debbie gets to spend with them is “priceless”.
Serving the Community of Stillwater through the Community Center is very “natural” for her. Debbie commented that “I want our residents to be able to have a place where they can not only enjoy themselves, but find an “extended” family, a true community.
Karen Lorf, Vice President
Karen is an area native and for more than 10 years has resided in the town of Stillwater. Karen attended Ball State University, College of Architecture and Planning, where she earned a Bachelors of Landscape Architecture. She is licensed and working in her field. Karen is very knowledgeable and visionary in site planning, and proves to be a great asset as Chair for the SACC Building and Grounds Committee. She has additional interests in the arts and creates beautiful pottery. Karen chose SACC as one of her volunteer projects because she thinks “it is important to give back to one’s community.”
David Giso, Treasurer
Dave joined The SACC board as Treasurer in the fall of 2011 to be involved in his boys T-Ball league and to be part of the development and enhancement of these important programs as well as to provide financial and budgetary guidance to The SACC. He has over 16 years Revenue Cycle Management experience in Hospital Finance & Operations and is a 1996 graduate of Siena College in Loudonville, NY. Currently, Dave’s employed by the largest Healthcare organization in the US and is responsible for managing $487 million in Hospital Revenues. Dave coaches SACC T-ball, Stillwater Battle Football, MSYSL Soccer and is a member of the Stillwater PTA, The Medical Group Management Association, The Healthcare Financial Management Association, and he is an active supporter of The Friends of Saratoga Glen Park. Previously, Dave served on the board of Siena College’s 88.3FM and the Capital District’s Habitat for Humanity. Dave grew up in Colonie, NY and moved to Stillwater in 2001 where he resides with his wife Ingrid and 2 sons, Carlo and David Jr. aka “Frankie”.
Danielle has been a Stillwater resident for more than 23 years. She attended Hudson Valley Community College and Keiser University college where she earned her degree in Education. For the past 18 years, Danielle has been employed in healthcare and now in the higher education field at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
In 2010, Danielle, with her husband (Dave) returned to their Stillwater roots to be with their family and friends after living several years in Southern Florida. Their most important desire – for their son (Trevor) to get a better education. Danielle has served as the SACC Secretary in 2012. She loves to coordinate events, and brings alot of energy, great spirit and organizational skills to the SACC community where she has worked on many family events. It is also common to see Dave pitching in alongside Danielle for a variety of volunteer jobs that help out SACC!
Danielle commented that, “The Stillwater Community Center is a place where we can come together as a community to learn, volunteer, grow and have fun with each other like family.”
Carl and his wife have three daughters as well as foster children. They moved to Stillwater more than 5 years ago primarily because of the school district. Carl has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Science. He is a retired veteran after serving for more than 20 years in the US Air Force. Carl has been working in the healthcare field for the past 30 years and is currently a nurse. Carl volunteers with the Civil Air Patrol and his wife is involved with the Girl Scouts. Carl states, “I enjoy working on the SACC board because I am giving something back to the community.”
Terry Simmons, Secretary
Terry Simmons has been a Stillwater resident for 20 years after meeting her Village resident husband, Wayne. They have four grown children who are Warrior grads, all of whom enjoyed SACC activities through Boy Scouts and other events as they grew up. Prior to arriving in Stillwater, Terry’s volunteer experience includes Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Schenectady Light Opera, and Schenectady Civic Playhouse. Terry and Wayne are active members of the Town of Stillwater Emergency Management committee and the Boy Scouts’ Order of the Arrow Ceremonies Team. Terry is employed in the healthcare arena and offers more than 35 years of business experience that includes administration/management, insurance, human resources, and information technology.
Brian “Boomer” McNeil
Brain is a lifetime resident of Stilwlater and a graduate of St. John Fisher College where he holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. Brian resides with his family in the Village of Stillwater and is very active in SACC’s functions. He is currently a coach for the SACC youth basketball league, a coach for Battle football, and a board member for Stillwater Battle. He is also an acitve voluteer for his children’s activities at the school. Brain works for Avaya Communications and is a dediceate customer systems engineer where he does intallations, rapirs, run data and voice lines for the State of New York.
Nicole Berthiaume became a volunteer member of the Board of Directors on November 14, 2012. She is currently working with the Board to maintain and promote the SACC for present and future community members. Nicole and her husband have lived in the Village of Stillwater for twelve years and they have two young sons. The family is involved in several programs offered at SACC and have attended numerous functions and fundraisers. Nicole’s work experience includes assisting attorneys and senior management in accomplishing their daily goals and she plans to do the same for the SACC.
Michael is a life-long resident of Stillwater and is interested in the architecture of the building. He has a Bachlors Degree of Architecture with a minor in music from RogerWilliams University. He currently owns his own business that focuses on design and construction. Michael is also a member of the RC Snowriders Board od Directors abd Tearin’ Up The Turf Grass Drag Chairman. He looks forward to being able to give back to the community through volunteering on the board.
If you have a question for the board, please contact Deborah Osborn, Board President. She can be reached at: email@example.com
The SACC Board of Directors meets on the third Monday of each month, at 7:00pm in the Board Room of the Community Center. The next regularly scheduled meeting is on Monday, June 17th