Elaine has been volunteering with Family Promise of Monmouth County since the agency opened its doors in July of 2001. She started out as a volunteer coordinator for a host congregation (St. Luke’s UMC, Long Branch). She also worked as a case manager for Family Promise from 2004 to 2006. In 2009 her church could no longer support the ministry and had to step down as a host congregation. Not long afterward, Elaine was invited to join the Board of Trustees. She became President of the Board in 2011. Elaine has earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in counseling, both from Georgian Court University.

She is a licensed professional counselor and works for an adult partial care program. She also teaches as an adjunct professor of psychology at Georgian Court University. In her spare time she writes, sings and preaches an occasional sermon at her church

Contact Elaine at elaine@familypromisemc.org
Pete is a Certified Community Service Chaplain, Disaster Relief Crisis Counselor (DRCC) and John Maxwell coach, trainer, teacher and speaker, working with the community, church lay leadership and Christian nonprofit management to care for people, build and better equip leaders to be all they can be to help build effective organizations. Pete has also have worked in the areas of organizational development; program development; strategic planning; accounting and fiscal management; and human resources; certified in 2012 as a Professional Human Resource (PHR) by the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI).

His career has taken him from Wall Street to Main Street to help people who are experiencing homelessness, poverty, and who are without basic needs. He has also worked with people living with psychiatric disabilities to meet their financial needs, and people 50 and older who are looking for employment. Specialties include: training, church ministry, non-profits, and financial education.

In 1999 Pete joined the steering committee that developed the Monmouth County affiliate of Family Promise that we have today. Pete was also the original Middletown UMC host church coordinator from when Family Promise opened in 2001. He continued as coordinator until 2003. Pete joined the board in January 2005 and served as Treasurer through December 2007. He rejoined the Board in 2013 and currently serves as Vice President, Fund Development Team Chair, and Congregational Care Representative

Pete and his wife, Linda, reside in Mnmouth County, NJ. Their family is blessed with three adult children, two stepchildren and eight grandchildren.

Contact Pete at pstahl@familypromisemc.org
The Rev. Dr. David G. Henritzy


Employment
Current: Director, The Bible and Common Prayer Book Society of the Episcopal Church
A charitable organization which distributes Bibles, prayer books, hymnals and other books of worship to needy congregations and ministries throughout the United States and the world

Previous:
Pastor, Pomeroy United Methodist Church, Pomeroy, PA 1968-1970
Assistant Administrator/Chaplain, The Methodist Home for the Aged, Bronx, NY 1970-1972
Executive Director, The Bowery Mission, New York City 1972-1981
During my tenure I created, staffed and supervised one of the most successful rehabilitation programs for the alcoholic, multiply-addicted and deinstitutionalized homeless population of New York City. I also purchased and rehabilitated the building adjoining the Mission to double the scope and capacity of its program; and organized the celebration of the Mission’s centennial
Protestant Chaplain, Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center, New York City 1982-1990
this was a part-time position, held concurrently with –
Registrar/Data Manager, The Office of the Bishop for the Armed Forces of the Episcopal Church, New York City 1982–1990
Director for Healthcare Chaplaincies, The Office of the Bishop for the Armed Forces of the Episcopal Church, New York City, 1990-2002
At the request of the Bishop, I resigned my position at the hospital to minister full-time in this office. The Bishop’s responsibilities, in addition to military chaplaincy, included clergy in hospital/healthcare chaplaincies, as well as prison/jail ministries. My portfolio included all non-military chaplains. I recruited, ensured the competence of, helped place, and supervised chaplains throughout the United States, on behalf of the Bishop.
A very challenging, but important period was helping to coordinate the response of our office to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. I created and “took on the road” a training refresher course aimed at enabling clergy to respond to the multitude of grief issues raised. I also became the major grief counselor for the employees at the Episcopal Church Center offices in New York City.

Association / Organization Involvements:
Chair, The Endorser’s Conference for Veteran’s Affairs Chaplains 2001
This is an umbrella organization which brings together for common goals the representatives of every major faith group in the United States which endorse chaplains to the Department of Veterans Affairs
Treasurer, Congress on Ministry in Specialized Settings (COMISS) 1998-2002
COMISS is the umbrella organization which brings together for common goals representatives of every major faith group in the United States, plus every major certifying organization (such as the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education “ACPE”, the Association of Professional Chaplains “APC”, the American Association of Pastoral Counselors “AAPC” and many others) plus provider organizations such as The HealthCare Chaplaincy, New York City.
Board Member, at various times, on the following organizations
Assembly of Episcopal Healthcare Chaplains
National Episcopal Health Ministries

Church Activities:
Ordained Deacon in the United Methodist Church, 1967
Ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church, 1970
At Memorial United Methodist Church, White Plains, NY, at various times I was Chair of the church’s Administrative Council, Chair of the space utilization committee which oversaw the establishment of an on-going covenant relationship with the Central Korean United Methodist Church
Throughout my ministry I served as a Sunday supply clergyperson for numerous Methodist Churches throughout the New York area.
At UMC of Red Bank, I was the interim Senior Pastor during the current pastor’s maternity leave
and, at various times,
Chair of the Worship Committee, the United Methodist Church of Red Bank, NJ
Secretary of the Church Council, the United Methodist Church of Red Bank, NJ

Education:
Bachelor of Arts, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA 1966
Master of Divinity, Crozer Theological Seminary, Chester, PA 1970
Doctor of Ministry, New York Theological Seminary, New York City, 1992, with a specialization in medical ethics and health-care decision-making.


Community Involvement -
Secretary, English-Speaking Union of the US, Monmouth County Branch

Personal:
As the result of a significantly life-threatening episode of acute myocarditis in 2002, I took early retirement from active ministry. I have made a remarkable recovery. Whereas the medical consensus was that in the best prognosis I would spend the rest of my life in a persistent vegetative state in a nursing home, I eventually walked out of the hospital on my own steam. Thanks to some very good doctors and many, many very good prayers I am living testament to the goodness of life and the power of God.

Contact David at dhenritzy@familypromisemc.org
Wendy is a licensed pharmacist currently working as a manager in clinical research. Wendy received her Bachelors’ of Pharmacy From Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY and her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Florida. She has life-long interests in improving human health and quality of life. Wendy hopes to help improve the lives of members of her community by using her communication, organization, and analytical skills to work with Family Promise of Monmouth County to accomplish their mission. Wendy and her family live in Monmouth County and are happy to be involved with Family Promise of Monmouth County.

Contact Wendy at wcarofano@familypromisemc.org
Mike has been an active member of the Board of Family Promise and supports our fund raising, community engagement, and advises on our business operations. Mike and his wife Marie are also volunteer coordinators for the local Monmouth County Chapter of Rainbows a national non-profit program dedicated to providing support groups for children and families who have experienced loss due to separation, death or divorce. Mike’s advocacy for homeless families and children also includes recently leading a 2016 Monmouth County Grant for establishing additional Rainbows sites to serve local families. Mike’s 30+ year business career in technology has included serving as an executive at leading firms such as Oracle and D&B and was CEO of GoldenSource a master data management platform and former IBM business. Mike also co-founded in 2005 the Enterprise Data Management (EDM) Council a non-profit trade association for the global financial industry for advancing data management best practices and standards where today Mike is the senior advisor for industry engagement. Mike and his wife, Marie, reside in Little Silver in Monmouth County, NJ. Their family is blessed with two daughters and three grandchildren.

Contact Mile at mmeriton@familypromisemc.org
Frank Maag is a CPA specializing in not-for-profit organizations. He is a member of the New York State Society of CPAs and is on their exempt organization committee. Frank seeks to improve the lives of members of his community by using his experience servicing NFP organizations to help Family Promise of Monmouth County efficiently and effectively accomplish their mission. Frank and his family live in Monmouth County and are proud to be able to support and assist Family Promise of Monmouth County.

Contact Frank at fmaag@familypromisemc.org