Board of Directors
Cynthia Ernst, CPA, Board President
After earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Accounting from Kutztown University, Cindy joined the Stortz & Associates team in 1984. She is a licensed Certified Public Accountant and is also licensed in Pennsylvania as a Life, Fixed Annuity, Accident and Health, Variable Life and Variable Annuity Insurance Agent and is a member of both the AICPA and PICPA. Her hobbies include reading, fitness, sports (she's a "Steagles" fan - Eagles and Steelers!) and traveling.
Crelia Anoia
Crelia earned a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics/Secondary Education from Immaculata College. Upon graduating she joined Pennsylvania Power & Light Company, better known today as PPL. Crelia has a diverse background in the electric utility industry including strategic planning, process improvement, and financial management. She retired from PPL in 2014 and is thoroughly enjoying her next chapter which includes travel, volunteering for PCFLV and other charitable organizations, gardening, and spending time with her family and friends.

Carry Gerber
Originally from Pittsburgh, Carry earned her Bachelors and Masters degrees in English/Professional Writing from Slippery Rock University. She is proud to serve as the Marketing & Communications Manager at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, based in Allentown. Her expertise includes digital communications, website administration, social media and content management. Carry lives in Palmer Township with her husband, Chris, and two children - a girl and a boy. Her hobbies include: exploring towns with historic significance, drinking red wine and cheering for the Steelers. As the cousin of a pediatric cancer survivor, Carry is thankful for the opportunity to donate her time and talents to help further the mission of PCFLV.

Anthony Rachuba, Esq.
Anthony is an attorney at Rachuba Law Offices, P.C. in Center Valley and Doylestown and practices in the estates and trusts area. Anthony graduated college from Mount St. Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Maryland and law school from Villanova University. He is married to his wife, Stephanie, and has a daughter and son. Anthony enjoys golfing, hunting, baseball, and going to the beach in the summer.

Frederick J. Stellato
Fred a trial attorney for Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, PA, who handles many types of civil and commercial litigation matters. Fred has tried at least 65 cases to verdict, both jury and non-jury, in the areas of products liability, general liability, and professional liability, as well as commercial disputes. Fred practiced in Philadelphia for 19 years before returning home to the Lehigh Valley to join the firm. Fred has made presentations on trial-related topics to numerous institutions including University Hospital, St. Luke's Hospital, Temple University Law School, Roxborough Hospital School of Nursing, and CIGNA Property and Casualty Company. He has also done programs for the judges of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association, and the Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel. Fred founded the F.C. Sonic Lehigh Valley, a minor league soccer team in the National Premier Soccer League, and served as its President and CEO from 2007 to 2011. He is Chairman of the Performing Arts Board and is a member of the Board of Trustees and the Long Range Planning Committees for Artsquest, Inc. Fred is a Member of the Restore Committee of Habitat for Humanity of the Lehigh Valley and of the Board of Directors of The Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley.

Patrick Stonich
Patrick Stonich has been in the professional arena since playing office with his cousin in the walk-in closet back in Newport Beach, California. He quickly moved up the ranks from the small office space to establishing and developing one of the leading health care organizations on the East Coast. Patrick grew up in California and moved to Radnor, Pennsylvania when he was in 5th Grade. He attended Mount Saint Mary's College in Emmitsburg, Maryland but graduated from Temple Business School in 2002. Working in HIV research in Philadelphia for several years he decided to go back to school and get his Nursing degree from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. While at Jefferson he meet Joseph Motto and that is when they both made plans to start At Home Inc. At Home was developed as a home care and hospice agency with customer service as the top priority. Quickly growing to cover over 5 counties in Eastern Pennsylvania, At Home has now expanded into Personal Care Homes and Pediatrics. When not living his dreams at work, Patrick enjoys traveling and spending time with his dogs Roman and George and renovating his farm in Bath, Pennsylvania.

Kurt Cannon

Michelle Zenie, Executive Director
Michelle Zenie joined PCFLV in January 2014 as Executive Director. While she had been volunteering with the foundation for two years, her journey with pediatric cancer began in May 2001 when her oldest child was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at the age of 3. Today, Michelle feels truly blessed to be able to call her son, Cole, a survivor! However her experience with pediatric cancer motivated and inspired her to dedicate her time and energy to this cause. Michelle is married to her wonderful husband, Karl, and has two other children, Aidan and Makenna. Prior to her work with PCFLV, Michelle taught in the Parkland School District and was employed by Rodale Press, Inc. She is a graduate of William Allen High School, Muhlenberg College (B.S. in Biology), and Manhattanville College (Master's in the Art of Teaching).
Lisa Kappes, Assistant Executive Director
Lisa Kappes joined PCFLV in May, 2012 as the Assistant Executive Director. She feels blessed to be a part of PCFLV where her love of children, empowering families, networking, event planning and fundraising are able to help amazing and deserving children and parents. Prior to her work with PCFLV, Lisa was a homemaker and an active volunteer in the community. Her volunteer activities included: Society of The Arts(SOTA) at the Allentown Art Museum, Conference of Churches Soup Kitchen at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Parkland School District PTO member serving as a chair, board member, and president, Absolutely Purr-Fect and Itty Bitty Kitty Cat Rescue, Keneseth Israel Sisterhood Board Member, a small group facilitator for The National Institute of Christian Jewish Understanding (anti-bullying with teens), and The Child Advocacy Center/Read-On Liaison. In her spare time, she painted on canvas and has donated many of her paintings to charitable fundraisers. Lisa is from the Chicago area and is a graduate of Highland Park High School in Highland Park, IL. She received her Bachelor's in Social Work (BSW) from Southern Illinois University and her Master's In Social Work (MSW) from The University of Illinois at Chicago. Lisa is married to her wonderful husband, Mark and has two wonderful sons, Jake (18) and Luke (16). She loves spending time with her family, her 4 cats, her friends, and visiting extended family, who reside all over the US.
Lori Ferrazzoli, Administrative Assistant
Lori is the newest addition to the PCFLV family. Recently retired as an Executive Assistant in Human Resources, Lori began volunteering for PCFLV in July 2016. Shortly thereafter, she started employment with PCFLV as an Administrative Assistant. Lori is a long-time cancer mom; her son Christopher was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma in 1991 when he was 7-years-old. Today Christopher is a grown man, married to his beautiful wife Nicole. When Lori started volunteering at PCFLV, she felt as if she were "home" and was thankful to have the opportunity to work for PCFLV helping families who have been affected by pediatric cancer. Lori has a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and English from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. She resides in Palmer Township with her husband Andrew and enjoys photography, traveling and hiking.
Tracy Stauffer, Marketing and Community Relations Coordinator