4 Area Business Leaders Join Wilmot Cancer Center Board
September 27, 2005
Four area business leaders have joined the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center Board to support the comprehensive campaign to raise $42.5 million to expand cancer care and research and construct a new facility.
David Vigren is retired CEO for ESL Federal Credit Union. He survived cancer and supported his wife through cancer treatment. He is a member of the board of directors for the Memorial Art Gallery, Bishop Kearney High School and Nazareth College.
Michael Buckley is a partner at Harter, Secrest & Emery law firm, specializing in estate planning and tax matters. He is involved with several community organizations including the Highland Hospital Board of Directors and Foundation, Rochester Area Community Foundation, and Strong Partners Health System.
Andre Langston is president of WDKX-FM and involved with Rochester Razor Sharks, Stop the Violence Basketball Tournament and Green Acres Community Center. Cancer has affected Langston’s family and he looks forward to incorporating cancer education and awareness into radio programming.
Timothy Williams has been involved with the Cancer Center’s Discovery Ball serving on the corporate underwriting committee for the last several years. He is president of PICS Telecom Corp., and an avid skier. He serves on the Hunt Hollow Ski Club Board and as its race team director.
The Wilmot Cancer Center is the area’s largest center for cancer care and research. For more information, go to www.wilmotcancercenter.com.