Raymond J. Bourque, Acting President
A 1997 co-founder of CFC, Hall of Fame defenseman Ray Bourque began his 22 year NHL career with the Boston Bruins in 1979. As that year’s best rookie, he won the Calder Memorial Trophy, which was just the beginning of a career marked by, among other achievements, 5 Norris trophies, as the league's best defenseman, 13 first team All Star selections and 6 second team All Star selections.
In 1999, after 20 years with the Bruins, Bourque was traded to the Colorado Avalanche; where he capped his career in 2001 by winning the Stanley Cup. Currently, Mr. Bourque is involved with various business interests and is active in charitable work. Bourque’s service on CFC’s Board of Directors is on a voluntary basis.
John J. McGlynn, Jr., Chairman
A graduate of Suffolk Law School, John McGlynn holds a BA from Colgate University. He has been an attorney for over 25 years and is currently a professional lobbyist representing the interests of several major corporations. Additionally, McGlynn also maintains a private practice where he specializes in family law. His personal interests include golfing and baseball. McGlynn’s service on CFC’s Board of Directors is on a voluntary basis.
Joseph J. Wadland, Secretary
A graduate of Suffolk Law School, Joseph Wadland holds a M.Ed. in public education from Boston University and a BA from Bridgewater State College. An attorney for over 25 years, Wadland served the federal government for 10 years as the administrator of the Federal Tort Claims Act.
Wadland is currently a corporate attorney in private practice where he specializes in business litigation and represents the interests of several Fortune 100 companies. His personal interests include golfing and running, and he also volunteers as a Director on the Boards of Central Catholic High School and the Lawrence Boys and Girls Clubs. Wadland’s service on CFC’s Board of Directors is on a voluntary basis. He also serves as CFC’s Treasurer.
Michael L. Caputo, Treasurer/Clerk
Erin Lynch, Executive Director