Sunbury Welcomes New Board Members

February 19, 2021

Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury recently welcomed three new board members to its Board of Directors.

Mr. Cory Fasold
Mr. Fasold has been employed at Sunbury Motor Company for 41 years, and currently serves as the corporation’s treasurer. He also spent his life owning and managing Brewers’ Outlet in Sunbury. Mr. Fasold has spent many years working with charitable and civic organizations in his hometown, including a past term on the Sunbury board.

“I am delighted to be invited back to serve on the Sunbury board! This Foundation has given me many rewarding experiences with charitable giving. It is so fulfilling to be part of an organization that touches local lives in such a positive way. Giving a helping hand to those in my community makes me feel good!”

Mr. Michael Martz
Mr. Martz is the primary owner of Martz’s Game Farm F.L.P. and Martz’s Gap View Hunting Preserve, Inc. in Dalmatia, PA. He grew up loving the game bird business and has remained employed on the third-generation farm in some capacity his entire life. In 2006, Mr. Martz took over as the General Partner of the farm from his father. After learning more about the Community Giving Foundation from a friend and former board member, Mr. Martz made the decision to join the Sunbury board to represent lower Northumberland County.

“I have always had a lot of respect for people that serve their country and communities. I am excited to have the opportunity to serve on the Foundation board and help give someone the opportunity to better themselves.”

Mr. William Roll, CPA
Mr. Roll is a semi-retired CPA who performs tax work for Herring, Roll & Solomon, PC. He is excited to join the board because he enjoys helping people.

About Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury

In addition to the three new board members, the Sunbury Board is represented by: Jeff Hollenbach, chair; Craig DeFazio, vice-chair; Steve Engle, treasurer; Steve Dagle; Donna Spangler-Boop; and Robert Zimmerman.

Sunbury is an affiliate of the Community Giving Foundation, which manages nearly 300 charitable funds and makes grant investments throughout the region to improve the quality of life in the Central Susquehanna area.