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Nonprofit presents new board member
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Posted: 2012 Oct 12 - 00:57

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MARTIN COUNTY -

The Advocates for the Rights of the Challenged of Martin County welcomed Michael J. Coaty to the 2012 board of directors.

Mr. Coady serves as area executive for First Citizens Bank & Trust, Palm Beach and Treasure Coast markets.

First Citizens Bank, based in Raleigh, N.C., is the second largest family owned bank in the U.S. with $21 bilion in assets and 442 offices in 17 states.

Mr. Coady has participated in numerous community organizations and local chambers of commerce since 1998. For the last 14 years, he has supported market leadership roles at both commercial and community banks in Palm Beach County and south Florida.

Prior to banking, he served as executive assistant to Connecticut Gov. Lowell P. Weicker, was a member of the Connecticut Indian Affairs Council and represented clients in Connecticut legislative processes.

He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and a former U.S. Army Reserve infantry officer. He is married to wife, Jennifer, of 14 years and has two sons, William and Graham.

The ARC of Martin County assists children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities to achieve their fullest potential.

For more than 50 years, the ARC of Martin County, through state-of-the-art programs and services, education, awareness and advocacy, has given hope to hundreds of individuals with its focus on ability, rather than disability.

For more information, call (772) 283-2525 or visit www.arcmc.org.




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