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Di Tillo to retire from United Way of Mark Twain Area

Di Tillo to retire from United Way of Mark Twain Area

1 week ago by Scott Hardy

Was on United Way Board since 2008

A Northeast Missouri charitable organization is looking for a new leader.

The United Way of the Mark Twain Area Board of Directors announced Tuesday that Executive Director Frank Di Tillo is retiring. In a statement, the Board said that a search committee has been formed to look for Di Tillo's replacement. It's being led by Board President Joel Dant, and they say that a proposed timeline has been approved. Di Tillo says that he'd prefer to have the new Executive Director in place before the organization starts its' allocation process. Di Tillo says it's "the best way to become familiar with the United Way’s partner agencies, observe the services they provide, share their passion." Di Tillo joined the United Way Board in 2008.

The United Way of the Mark Twain Area serves Marion, Ralls, Monroe, Shelby and Lewis counties in Northeast Missouri.

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