William A. Brothers and Harry Glatz have been appointed to the board of directors of TRC Foundation Inc.
Glatz, a retired dentist, joins TRC Foundation's board after serving on The Resource Center's board from 1997 to 2012, including three years as board president.
He obtained his Bachelor of Science and doctor of dental surgery degrees from Western Reserve University. He is a member of the American Dental Society and the OKU Honorary Dental Society. Glatz is a member of the choir at the First Presbyterian Church in Jamestown and the Silvertone Singers barbershop group. He also is a member of the resident council for the Edgewood Communities at Lutheran of Jamestown.
Glatz's involvement with The Resource Center began in 1980 when his son Bruce became disabled. Glatz received the agency's Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010.
Glatz and his wife, Gloria, have a daughter, Kim Majetich, and two sons, Jay and Bruce. They have five grandchildren.
Brothers is the founder and chief executive officer of Premier Consulting Associates, a benefits solution company located in Amherst. He previously was employed by Liberty Mutual Insurance Company as a group specialist and served as vice president and partner at NOVA Healthcare Administrators, specializing in health insurance products and third-party administration of health benefits. Brothers founded Premier Consulting Associates in 2003, recognizing the growing need for a benefits solution company that was dedicated to providing clients with diverse tools for the health care needs of the 21st century.
He obtained a degree in business administration from Buffalo State College. Brothers is licensed in New York State Life, Accident and Health Insurance, and he is a member of the Society of Professional Benefit Administrators, the Self-Insurance Institute of America and the health care advisory board of Highmark Insurance Group
Brothers first became involved with The Resource Center years ago when he helped facilitate the initiation of the agency's self-insured medical and prescription plans as well as all ancillary products. A financial supporter of TRC Foundation, he received its Carl Cappa Humanitarian of the Year Award in 2010.
He and his wife, Terry, live in North Tonawanda and have a daughter, Andrea Rich, and a son, Anthony.
TRC Foundation raises money to meet the unfunded needs of Chautauqua County residents with disabilities and their families. For more information, call 661-1519.