Board of Directors



Leadership goes beyond the day-to-day decisions made at FeedMore WNY, and we value the caring contributions of our governing board and Community Ambassador Council. These individuals devote countless hours to making FeedMore WNY the best organization possible to feed those who cannot feed themselves, and help to find the sources of funding we desperately need.

FeedMore WNY Board of Directors

Community Ambassador Council

Jerry Sheldon, Chair
Richard Grimm, Immediate Past Chair
Matt McAfee, First Vice Chair
Eric Decker, Second Vice Chair
Robert Romeo, Treasurer
Karen Merkel, Secretary
David Smith, CAC Co-Chair
Michele Mehaffy, CAC Co-Chair

Nancy Blaschak
Tim Boyle
David Crisp
Carol DeNysschen
LaTonya Diggs
John Eagleton
Dominic Eusanio
Mary Ellen Frandina
Kristen Hanson
Lou Jacobs
Joshua Krebs
Vinny Miranda
Ed Negron
Cliff Nelson
Jamel Perkins
Todd Pohlman
Bob Rumpl
Jeffrey Russo
Jeffrey Stevens
Tim Wangler
Lamont Williams
Barrie Yochim

David Smith, Co-chair
Michele Mehaffy, Co-chair
Jeffrey Bean
Tom Berical
Vito Buscemi
Glenn Butler
Lisa Davin
Joyce Dolce
Kerri Garrison
Stephanie Geter
Vince Hanley
Charles Hardy
Steve Jezioro
Kathy Pilarski
Maria Scarozza
Scott Terhaar
Fred Turner
Walter Young



Our History

From 25 clients per day on the West Side of Buffalo to the second largest Meals on Wheels in the nation. Explore how the agency has grown to meet community need.

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Management and Boards

It takes a lot of effort and expertise to produce and deliver more than a million meals each year. Find out how Meals on Wheels manages the effort with a lean staff and an extensive corps of volunteers.

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State-of-the-Art Commissary

The Meals on Wheels commissary enables safe, efficient large scale production of meals, making it possible to serve traditional clients and to ramp up production for the entire community in the event of an emergency.

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Our Community Center

Meals on Wheels rents out a 2,400 square-foot hall for business meetings, showers, trainings and parties at conservative rates to organizations and individuals.

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