Two named to Cape Regional Medical Center Foundation Board

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Tracey DuFault Tracey DuFault Anita de Satnick
Anita de Satnick  CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Tracey DuFault, of Lower Township, and Anita de Satnick, of Cape May, have been appointed to serve as board members of the Cape Regional Medical Center Foundation.

Henry Brzyski, chairman of the Cape Regional Health System, announced the appointments of in a press release last week.

“It is my pleasure to appoint Tracey to the foundation during this exciting time in raising philanthropic support for the Medical Center” he said. “Tracey’s professional knowledge and experience in the community and with fundraising is a true asset for the foundation board.”

“Anita is a native to Cape May County and had a very successful career in education in Cape May,” he added. “Her knowledge of the area and commitment to Cape May County will be an asset.”

DuFault is executive director of the Greater Wildwood Chamber of Commerce, the 16th largest chamber in the state. The majority of the $1 million budget for the chamber is raised from various fundraising activities, including the Wildwoods Fabulous ‘50’s Weekend, Wildwoods Sensational ‘60’s Weekend, Wildwoods Restaurant Showcase and the Wildwoods Seafood and Music Festival. Prior to accepting her current position in 2006, DuFault spent 15 years working in the casino industry in Atlantic City, specializing in player development and marketing.

She also serves as executive director of the Greater Wildwood Chamber of Commerce Foundation, dedicated to providing scholarships to local Wildwood students. DuFault is a board member for the United Way of Cape May and Atlantic Counties.

She resides in Lower Township with her husband, Joseph, and two children, Joelle and Zachary.

De Satnick is a graduate of Trenton State College (now The College of New Jersey) with a degree in Early Childhood Education. She began her teaching career in Lansdowne, Pa. as a kindergarten teacher before returning to Cape May County. In the mid 1970’s, she co-founded “Playgroup”, the first of its kind in Cape May County.
De Satnick is known as "Miss Anita" at the Cape May City Library, where she has led the preschool story hour since 1975.

She served on the Cape May City Board of Education for 18 years and various committees, including chair of the personnel committee, vice president of the board, and president of the board for 10 years. She was also chosen to be a teacher/trainer for three years for the New Jersey School Boards Association, mentoring new board members at weekend retreats.

In 1973, de Satnick and her husband founded de Satnick’s Window Fashions where she assumed and still maintains the bookkeeping and office management of the business.

Anita and her husband, Dennis, reside in Cape May.

The Cape Regional Medical Center Foundation was established in 1999 and is dedicated to raising philanthropic support and community involvement in support of Cape Regional Medical Center. For more information on the Medical Center and its programs, visit www.caperegional.com or contact Sue Staeger at 463-2059.


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