Gerald D. Wisneski Chairman
Elected to the Board of Trustees on March 25, 1997, he is owner/vice president of Stillman Volvo, West Chester, Pennsylvania. His wife’s name is Judy, and they have three children. He attends the Church of the Good Samaritan; over the years he has served as an elder, Sunday school teacher, and Bible study leader.
James (“Jim”) W. Bowdre
He is now retired from Sunoco and has moved to Alvin, Texas, becoming the first InFaith board member to reside outside the Philadelphia area. He is a member of Heights Baptist Church, where he is involved in the “Handy Man” ministry that provides voluntary trade-craft services (electric, carpentry, masonry) to the church and to families in town who cannot afford to pay for the services. His wife, Rosa, volunteers in Hope Clinic, a church-sponsored dental clinic that offers low cost dental care and shares the gospel with clients. The Colóns have five daughters and five grandchildren.
R. Rich Cundall
Rich grew up in a pastor’s home and accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior at the tender age of four. In 1982 Rich graduated with a B.A. in biblical studies and soon after married his childhood sweetheart, Laurie. He spent two years playing professional basketball in France before returning to school to earn a Master of Divinity degree, which he received from Talbot Theological Seminary in 1986. Rich has ministered since then at Hessel Church, initially working with the youth and becoming senior pastor in 1992. In 2000 he completed a Doctor of Ministry degree from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. Rich and Laurie have four children: Carly, Candace, Rose, and David.
John C. Farrell (Jack)
Elected to the Board of Trustees on May 22, 2001, Jack Farrell is a member of the law firm of Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Groggin, where he specializes in medical malpractice suits.
His wife’s name is Sally, and they have two children. He is active in Great Valley Presbyterian Church.
Nora and her husband, Chuck, live in San Clemente, California. Nora, a graduate of the University of Southern California, handles the medical insurance aspect of the couple’s insurance and financial planning agency. She is involved in her local church as a women’s Bible study discussion leader and is very interested in American history and the spiritual roots of this country. The Kanoys have three daughters and four grandchildren.
Raymond H. Kraftson
A lawyer and managing director of Ariane Capital Partners, LLC, placement agents (fundraising) for private equity fund managers, he is active in St. David’s Church, Radnor, where he has served for several decades in teaching and leadership positions, including junior warden and general chairman of the capital campaign. He has been heavily involved in bringing several organizations — including his church, the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania, and InFaith — through leadership changes. He has been married to Margo for more than forty-five years, and he enjoys racing sports cars with his son, Donald.