Angels’ Place Names New Board Chairs, Members


Angels’ Place, a non-profit organization serving people with developmental disabilities in the tri-county area, elected new board chairs and officers.

They are: Schuyler Hamill of Bloomfield Villiage as chairperson; Loretta Nagle Ryan of Bingham Farms as vice chairperson; Margie Adams of Bloomfield Hills as treasurer, and Doug North, of Bloomfield Hills, as secretary.

New board members were elected:  John Birney of Birmingham, president of Brother Rice High School; C. Lynn Gates of Bloomfield Hills, attorney and founder of Gates Law Office PC; William D. Girardot of Bloomfield Hills, attorney with Stark Reagan; Mark Laneve, vice-president, U.S. marketing, sales and service, Ford Motor Co.; Shawn Lilley of Bloomfield Hills, president, OnHealthcare Inc.; and Brian J. Roney of Bloomfield Hills, president of Conifer Holdings Inc.

Angels’ Place was founded in 1992 and has 20 residential homes in the tri-county area as well as a day program at its center in Southfield.

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