Union Station Homeless Services Welcomes 10 New Board Members (Pasadena Now)

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Union Station Homeless Services is proud to announce 10 additions to their board of directors. Each new member brings valuable expertise and insight to Union Station, the San Gabriel Valley’s largest social service agency assisting homeless and very low-income adults and families.

The new arrivals come on the heels of several departures from Union Station’s board, including Terry Krupczak, Charles Thuss, Linda Jahnke, and Vickie Taylor.

The new members are shown below:

Brittany Duke-Noblin is an associate attorney with Palermo, Barbaro, Chinen & Pitzer. She focuses on issues of elder abuse, trust and estate litigation, conservatorships, and guardianships. Brittany also volunteers with Girls on the Run.



Jay Goldstone is a managing director at MUFG Union Bank. Prior to joining the bank, he had a 37-year career working for various counties and cities throughout California, including 10 years as the director of finance for the City of Pasadena.



Eric (Tony) Gronroos founded his own accounting practice, which he merged to create HKG LLP. The company specializes in tax consulting, mergers and acquisitions, and estate planning. Tony often speaks at educational seminars and events.



Jack Keleshian is a wealth management professional with 25 years of experience. He is currently responsible for the private client services office of Bank of the West in Pasadena and surrounding areas.



Greg Prout has been in real estate sales for over 36 years. He has been associated with Union Station since 1995, working as a member of our Volunteer Committee and also, for the last eight years, as a mock interviewer for Sources.



Jan Sanders recently retired from her role as the director of libraries and information services for the City of Pasadena after a remarkable 45-year career in libraries.



Arnold Siegel is an emeritus Loyola Law School professor. A long-time Union Station supporter, he has previously served on the board (including a term as board chair).



Jesse Torres serves as California Small Business Advocate and deputy director of the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development. He has extensive experience in business development, fundraising and alumni relations.



Kevin Trieber, ESOP Solutions executive and senior vice president of Bank of America, leads a national practice of 30 professionals. Kevin has been with the bank for more than 20 years.



Pam Wald is a pediatrician and health-care consultant. She recently retired from Kaiser Permanente after 35 years of pediatric practice and a variety of leadership roles. Pam has been an active supporter of Union Station for many years.



View Union Station’s full board of directors at unionstationhs.org/board.

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