Loyola University’s Board of Trustees has elected five new members:
Ashley E. Bergmann, ’10, an assurance associate of PricewaterhouseCoopers, graduated from the University in May with an accounting degree. Bergmann, who came to Loyola from Elma, N.Y., lives in Baltimore. As a student, she was vice president of social affairs for the Student Government Association and served as an orientation leader.
Susan J. Falco, of Pound Ridge, N.Y., and her husband, Randy, were members of Loyola’s Parents’ Council and have served as the program’s national co-chaircouple and Westchester-area representatives. Falco is the mother of Jessica, ’09; Matthew, ’04; and Michael, ’01; and mother-in-law of Sara Wyszomierski Falco, ’01.
J. Richard Fredericks, father of Will, ’13, is managing director of Main Management LLC. A Georgetown University graduate who lives in San Francisco, Calif., Fredericks was formerly U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein at the U.S. Department of State and is currently a grower for Turley Wine Cellars at Ridgeview Vineyards.
Gerard E. Holthaus, ’71, chairman of Algeco Scotsman, was Loyola’s 2008 Business Leader of the Year. An Owings Mills, Md., resident who is the Sellinger School of Business’s executive-in-residence, Holthaus has served as a member of the Sellinger School Board of Sponsors and as president of the Alumni Association.
James J. Latchford, ’65, MBA ’74, father of Jack, ’10, is managing director of AArete LLC. The Morristown, N.J., resident has served on reunion committees for his class and is returning to the Board of Trustees.
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