Gleaner elects Cunningham to Board of Directors; re-elects Baker, Noe and Warner
December 01, 2017
During its 58th Biennial Convention last month, Gleaner Life Insurance Society members voted to elect Donna Baker, Russell Cunningham, Margaret Noe and Todd Warner to its Board of Directors. While Baker, Noe and Warner were up for re-election, Cunningham joins as a new board member in 2017.
“Gleaner Life Insurance Society welcomes its newly elected Board Director Russell E. Cunningham, a lifelong member of our North Baltimore Arbor in northwest Ohio. We look forward to working with Director Cunningham to advance the financial strength of our member-owned fraternal benefit Society and increase our community engagement efforts even further, as Gleaner enters its 124th year of member and community service,” said Kevin Marti, president and CEO of Gleaner Life Insurance Society.
Cunningham brings over 30 years of corporate managerial experience to his new role on Gleaner’s Board of Directors. As service manager, Cunningham coordinates multimillion dollar accounts for Konecranes, the world’s largest crane company. He also owns and operates multiple real estate assets and a refuse business in and around Van Buren, Ohio.
Cunningham also volunteers in the community where he is serving a second term on the financial team at Maranatha Bible Church and partnering with Hope House Mission in Hancock County to advocate for the elimination of homelessness. A lifetime member of North Baltimore Arbor (OH), Cunningham serves as vice president and was the 2006 recipient of Gleaner’s “Outstanding Community Service Award.”
Founded in 1894, Gleaner Life Insurance Society is a nationally recognized not-for-profit fraternal benefit society. Gleaner Life assists its members in achieving their financial security goals through a broad range of life insurance and annuity financial solutions. As a fraternal organization, Gleaner Life provides volunteer opportunities and support outreach programs, which make a difference in the lives of our members and the communities where they live and serve.