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Bellamy appointed CEO of Catholic Charities West Michigan

Written by Paul R. Kopenkoskey on . Posted in Local

nbDavid Bellamy has been appointed CEO of Catholic Charities West Michigan.

"Catholic Charities West Michigan's mission is to offer hope and compassion through innovative, collaborative programs. Particularly now, individuals in our community need to know they are recognized as children of God worthy of dignity and respect," said David Walkowiak, bishop of the Grand Rapids Diocese. "I am confident that David is the right person to lead the organization in its important mission."

Bellamy was executive director of Northern Health Plan. His previous career experiences include serving as the chief financial officer for McLaren Northern Michigan and leading his own consulting firm. He holds a master's degree in business administration from Tulane University in New Orleans and a bachelor's degree in business administration from Aquinas College.

Bellamy serves on the board of directors of Alcona Citizens for Health and previously served on the boards of Catholic Charities West Michigan (2008-11), the Pine Rest Foundation, Opera Grand Rapids, and the Grand Rapids Ballet Company.
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Paul R. Kopenkoskey is a full-time freelance writer and editor for an assortment of publications including Grand Rapids Magazine, Grand Rapids Business Journal, and Faith Grand Rapids magazine. He has completed his first novel with the working title, Karl Beguiled. He and his wife, Barb, live in Wyoming, Michigan. They have three children and five grandchildren.

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