Radiological Society of North America
I am honored to serve as the President of the Care Center Foundation Board to help support the residents of the Care Center and the wonderful staff that cares for them. I love to bring teams of people together to achieve great things, and I’m excited to work in that capacity with the Foundation Board and our supporters.
A long-time Wheaton resident, I work at the Radiological Society of North America in Oakbrook. I’m married and have two adult children. I have many hobbies, time permitting – beekeeping, art, gardening, travel. I really enjoy spending time with seniors and served for many years as a Meals-on-Wheels volunteer. I was thrilled to join the Board in 2018 to continue serving the senior community. My focus at the Foundation has been to evolve the our fund-raising strategy and tactics; I look forward to expanding our community outreach plans this year.
Stone Soup Consultants LLC
As a volunteer at DPCC, I fell in love with the residents and the dedicated staff who treats them like family. The decision to join the board and help make a difference here was an easy one.
My husband Roy and I have lived in Glen Ellyn for 33 years. After leaving corporate America in 2017, I founded Stone Soup Consultants LLC (a marketing consultancy) with a former colleague. In my spare time, I’m a Master Gardener, foodie, aspiring colored pencil artist, world traveler, active member of First Congregational Church, avid reader, wife, mom, and spoiler of my grandcat, Franklin.
I am more than honored to be a part of something so special and amazing. To serve as a director on the Care Center Foundation Board, means everything to me and the Moy family. I am grateful for the opportunity to be able to contribute and help the residents in the most impactful way possible.
I have been a resident of Hinsdale my entire life, and live with my amazing son. He’s my best friend and we always are doing things together, from helping at in school lunch’s, his book fairs, tennis, play dates, anything and everything is done for him. I believe in teaching my son the core values in life, and to always be “better”, be humble, thankful, and to give back. Making another person smile, has no price, yet brings so much joy. We have been very blessed and fortunate by my father, Kenneth Moy Sr, and his grandfather. Now it’s our turn to continue what my father has started, and to give back to our community.
Retired, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy
Since arriving from the East coast in 1969, my family and I have been Glen Ellyn/Wheaton residents. My husband John (59 years) and I have raised four children, two boys and two girls. They and their families of four adult grandchildren live in the area. Our oldest son, Brian (deceased), was a 12-year resident of the DuPage Care Center (DPCC). My husband and I are now residents of Wyndemere Senior Living in Wheaton.
Professionally, I have been an educator teaching high school biology, middle school math and working in career and guidance related areas. I retired as a college/academic counselor after 12 years at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy.
An avid golfer and sports fan, I exercise regularly, love spending time with family and friends, and enjoy reading and word, math and jigsaw puzzles. My community service has included Bridge Communities transitional housing, DPCC and now at Wyndemere, I am on the Resident Council, chair the Food Services Committee, and am an active social activities volunteer.
My family and I are forever grateful for the exceptional and compassionate care that our son received at DPCC, and I am honored to be on the Foundation Board to give back in service to DPCC residents and staff.
Mark De Iorio
Retired, DuPage Care Center
A results-oriented professional with more than 40 years of increasing administrative responsibility in acute healthcare, long-term healthcare, as well as commercial food service operations. In 2020, I retired as Director of Support Services, after 17 years of employment at DuPage Care Center. I’m excited to return as a Care Center Foundation Board Member, sharing a belief in the mission of assisting residents to do as much as they can, as well as they can, for as long as they can.
I joined the board in October of 2020. I reside in Glendale Heights and I’m employed with Elkay Manufacturing, where I work in the Treasury department. I am an avid volunteer and the mission to provide quality programs for our elderly community is very important to me. Serving on the board coincides with my vision of accomplishing this goal.
The most important part of my life is spending time with my children, my puppies, playing games, and enjoying nature.
I work as Regional Agency Manager/Continuing Education Instructor at Safelight AutoGlass. I’m a proud father of two young adults and a uncle to numerous nieces and nephews. Golf is my main hobby.
I have long ties to the Center from my grandmother, a resident in the early 80’s to my mother in law, a resident today. The Center was also a rehabilitation home for my father. It is a wonderful and important facility for my family; I’m happy to support it.
President & CEO of CartonCraft Inc., St. Charles, IL. Chairman of The Tony Reyes Family Foundation; Grand Knight Knights of Columbus Council 8002; and Board member for RMHC -CNI.
Graduated West Chicago High School; College of DuPage; and Elmhurst College, Business Major.
I’ve been a supporter of the Care Center for years and support their mission. The hard work of the Foundation, the support of the donor community and the business partnerships has resulted in superior programs and services for the residents.