Years before David joined the board in 2012, he became involved with CPCI through the volunteer efforts of his wife, Maria. Since his appointment to chairman, David has taken the reins of CPCI’s strategic expansion, resulting in new medical model clinics in some of Florida’s most abortion-vulnerable areas. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst with a Bachelor in Business Administration, David is currently the Chief Administrative Officer for Private Capital Management, a local Registered Investment Adviser. David and Maria have been married 29 years and are proud parents of three children. They have lived in Naples since 1995 and are parishioners of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church.
Jeff joined the Board in 2016 with a wealth of experience helping those in need. He has served in a number of respect life organizations and was a Board member for the Pregnancy Resource Center of Metro Richmond, VA. Jeff was also involved in prison ministry, the Haiti Twin Parish Ministry, and a soup kitchen. He once visited Calcutta, India, as a volunteer for Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity, serving abandoned children and the sick and dying. Jeff retired in 2015 after a career in finance where he was chief financial officer for several different public and large private companies. He is a graduate of Rutgers University. Jeff and his wife Donna have been married 33 years and live on Marco Island, where they are parishioners at San Marco Catholic Church. They have three adult sons.
Seeking a local organization with a mission to promote the culture of life in the Naples community, Connie found CPCI and joined the board in 2011. She brings to the table valuable expertise as a professional mediator and more than 15 years of experience from her private law practice and involvement in the Florida Bar. Connie graduated with a B.A in English from the University of Louisville and a J.D. from the University of Louisville School of Law. She and her husband, Joe, have been married eight years and are loving parents to four adopted children. They attend St. Agnes Catholic Church in Naples and Christ the King Catholic Church in Sarasota.
Tina joined the board in 2013, raising her involvement in CPCI from that of a financial supporter to one of active participation in the direction of the organization. Tina’s passion for protecting the unborn extends to her involvement in the local pro-life movement. She is also a member of the Mother Frances de Sales Auxiliary to the Homeless. Previous to her involvement with CPCI, Tina served on the boards of the Boys and Girls Club and the David Lawrence Center. Tina and her husband, Aubrey, reside in Naples. They are parishioners at St. Ann Catholic Church, where Tina is a lector and serves on the liturgical and environmental committee.
Impressed with CPCI’s trademark “care, compassion and choices” and the faithful servitude of its leadership, Bill joined the board in 2017 to help the organization build on its success. After a 25-year career with General Motors, he now leads a customer retention enterprise he established to consult with automotive manufacturers. Bill graduated from Northwestern College of Roseville, MN, with a B.S. degree in Business Administration. He and his wife Sandy make their home in Naples via Minneapolis, Detroit, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. Center Point Community Church of Naples is their church home. Married 43 years, the couple have three daughters and three grandchildren.
Karen joined the board in 2018 and is the daughter of Sandy Chancy, the founding president, in 1974, of CPCI (then Emergency Pregnancy Services). Her active pro-life upbringing and passion for growing the pro-life movement makes her a strong addition to CPCI. Karen is a partner with Intellus Advisors of Raymond James and holds professional designations as Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner, Certified Private Wealth Advisor®, and Certified Plan Fiduciary Advisor. She is a graduate of Florida State University, with a double major in economics and political science. Karen attends Center Point Community Church.
Maripat joined the Board in 2018 with a long history of involvement in pro-life and pro-family causes and organizations, including Wisconsin Right to Life and Christ Child Society. She is past president of the Women’s Center in Milwaukee and co-chaired its capital campaign with her husband, Tom. Maripat has served in various leadership roles in her parish in Wisconsin and is invested in the Order of Malta. The Dalums enjoy being residents of Florida, with a part-time home in Hartland, WI. Maripat and Tom have been married 54 years with four married children and 12 grandchildren.
Lynn was first introduced to CPCI through a homily delivered by CEO Gary Ingold at St. William Catholic Church in Naples, where she and her husband are parishioners. A graduate of the University of Dayton, former dance instructor, homemaker, and volunteer for numerous apostolates in the eight cities in which they lived – corporate America kept Larry’s career, and their family, on the move – Lynn is excited to be more involved in this effort. She and Larry are adoptive parents, and have a special heart for mothers and their babies, born and unborn. Lynn and Larry have been married for 36 years. They savor every moment of their active “retirement” time together, and praise God for their two adult children and two grandchildren.
Lucia’s history with CPCI spans nearly two decades, beginning in 1990 when she joined the organization as a volunteer client advocate. By 1993, she was appointed to the board of directors and served in various positions. Lucia’s key roles include chairmanship of the committee to convert the pregnancy center to a medical clinic in 2002 and a 15-year stint as board chairman. She was also active in promoting abstinence education, helping coordinate programs for local middle and high school students. Lucia is a graduate of Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ, with a B.S. degree in Education. She and her husband, BJ, live in Naples and are parishioners of St. Ann Catholic Church. They are blessed with three adult children and eight grandchildren.
Gary Ingold leads CPCI and its supporters in fostering a culture of life in Southwest Florida. Since August 2013, he has managed CPCI’s operations while executing strategic direction and planning for CPCI’s expansion to more abortion-vulnerable communities throughout Florida. Gary has a proven track record of executive leadership, fiscal responsibility and people skills, honed over the last four decades. A graduate of the US Naval Academy, he began his career as a Naval officer and retired in 1997 as Captain USNR-R. Later, he held numerous positions of increased responsibility in the pharmaceutical and medical supply distribution industries, retiring in 2013 as a vice president and general manager. Gary serves the Bishop of the Diocese of Venice and the Church community as an ordained Roman Catholic Deacon. He is passionate about using his experience and skills to expand on CPCI’s success in saving moms and babies from abortion. Gary and his wife, Ginny, have been married over 40 years and live in Ave Maria, Florida. They have two adult children and are the proud grandparents of seven grandchildren.