NEMCSA Honoring Long Time Board Member
Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency (NEMCSA), wishes to express its deepest appreciation to Gerald Wall, a long-time Board Member that represented Roscommon County.
Mr. Wall has been a member of the NEMCSA Board of Directors since 1999. Gerald has been an active, involved member and has served on many committees during his tenure, learning the various aspects of NEMCSA’s varied programming. What interests Mr. Wall the most about the NEMCSA Board is that they “do address the problems that concern me and the truly poor in America”. His most rewarding insight in serving on the NEMCSA Board has been to see, “a lifting of all ships to a common level” and that “with help and a job, people who struggle can make it in this great country”. Gerald says “it is a true learning experience to see how the problems of the poor can be addressed”.
“Gerald has made lasting contributions to our agency ensuring that NEMSCA serves our communities with relevant programs that truly advance our mission of empowering people to live enhanced lives,” said Lisa Bolen, NEMCSA’s Executive Director. “His presence on our Board will be truly missed.”
In addition to his service on the NEMCSA Board of Directors, Mr. Wall has been very involved in his community. He is a 32 degree Mason; a Michigan Firemen’s Memorial Festival Committee (MFMFC) Board Member; a board member and chaplain of the local and state Sons of the American Revolution (SAR); a member of the Confederate Sons of America (CSA); is involved with his local police department; and is Chairman of the Roscommon County Republican Party. He has been a National Delegate to the Republican Presidential Convention five times.