Timothy L. Kuzma, Elected Vice Chair of the American Fraternal Alliance Board
OAK BROOK, IL, September 14, 2017 – The American Fraternal Alliance announces that Timothy L. (Tim) Kuzma was installed as Vice Chair of its Board of Directors at the 2017 Annual Meeting, September 8, in Chandler, Arizona.
“The Alliance and its member societies congratulate Tim on his election to serve as Vice Chair of the Board,” said Alliance President and CEO Joseph J. Annotti. “The Alliance and its Board of Directors are dedicated to providing our members with the tools they need to thrive as a modern and financially sound fraternal benefit society.”
As Vice Chair of the Alliance Board, Kuzma will continue to provide strategic direction to the association that represents 63 fraternal benefit societies. Fraternal benefit societies are not-for-profit membership organizations offering volunteer, social and networking opportunities, along with insurance and other financial products.
Kuzma received his Bachelor’s degree in journalism from Point Park College, now Point Park University, in 1983. Beginning in 1985, he served as editor of Sokol Polski, the official publication of the Polish Falcons, a Pittsburgh based fraternal benefit society, and as the organization’s national first vice president and secretary/treasurer. He was elected President of the group in 2008. He’s a past president of the Fraternal Societies of Greater Pittsburgh and currently serves as treasurer. In 2010, Polish President Bronsilaw Komorowski presented Kuzma with the prestigious Order of Merit from the Polish Republic for contributions to Polish culture and causes in the United States.
Polish Falcons of America
The Polish Falcons of America (PFA), one of the nation’s leading Polish-American organizations, is a Pittsburgh based, ethnic fraternal benefit society with over 21,000 Members nationwide. Since its inception in 1887, the Polish Falcons of America has provided for the physical, social, cultural and financial welfare of its Members.
About the American Fraternal Alliance
The American Fraternal Alliance promotes and supports the missions of its 63 not-for-profit fraternal benefit society members operating in 50 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. Fraternal benefit societies are a different kind of life insurance provider, securing members’ futures through reliable financial service offerings, and giving back to their local communities through meaningful volunteer activities. Alliance member societies represent nearly 9 million individuals, making it one of America’s largest member-volunteer networks.
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