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United Way of Greater Cleveland Names New Board Chair

Contacts: Kendra Wheeler, Media Relations Manager, 216-436-2122, 216-849-4922 cell

CLEVELAND (April 9, 2014) Rick Buoncore, MAI Wealth Advisors, LLC managing partner, was named United Way of Greater Cleveland’s new chairman of the board. Buoncore succeeds Paul Clark, regional president, PNC Bank, whose term began in 2012.

“I am grateful for the opportunity to serve Greater Cleveland through United Way as chairman of the board,” said Buoncore. “I’m a dedicated United Way volunteer and look forward to guiding the organization in creating a healthy community where all kids graduate from school and families and individuals are financially stable.”

Throughout his six years of volunteer service for United Way, Buoncore has served on many committees. Most recently, he chaired the Strategic Planning Committee and led this group of volunteers in creating a three-year roadmap to guide United Way’s work as a community change agent in Greater Cleveland. Bouncore also served on the Campaign Cabinet, led the Campaign Acquisition Team – a team dedicated to encouraging new organizations to participate in the annual campaign – and he is an officer of the board.

Buoncore, who joined MAI Wealth in 2007, has more than 35 years experience in investment banking and accounting. He holds various volunteer positions for United Community Financial Corporation, Home Savings Loan Company of Youngstown, Western Reserve Partners LLC, Public Square Partners LLC, Bluecoats, Northern Ohio Italian American Foundation and The First Tee of Cleveland.

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