Alumni Association directors elected
There is new membership within the Alumni Association following a board of directors campus meeting in September.
Tim Pantaleone ’07 of Bloomington was elected to his first, three-year term. He is a finance supervisor at State Farm Insurance Companies. While on campus he was a manager for the softball team and entertained as Reggie Redbird. Pantaleone has remained a strong supporter of Illinois State since his graduation.
The board also elected officers, with Janessa Williams ’89, of Normal, chosen as president. Greg Ayers ’90, of Kalamazoo, is vice president/president-elect; and Jerry Kerber ’74, of Normal, is secretary/treasurer.
Three at-large executive committee members confirmed were Terrence Sykes ’93, of Elwood; Kaci Rollings ’94, of Ottawa; and Bob Freitag ’84, of Carlock. Matt Miglin ’10, of Loves Park, will serve another one-year term as the Student Alumni Council representative.
Established in 1863, the Alumni Association is a volunteer, nonprofit group that serves more than 180,000 alumni, the University, and its students. All graduates are automatic members of the Alumni Association. Alumni who have made a gift to the Illinois State University Foundation in the current or preceding year have active membership status and are eligible to serve on the board.