Stephen W. Johnson, who served as chairman of the Concordia Board of Directors last year, is Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer of CONSOL Energy, Inc., the largest producer of high-Btu bituminous coal in the United States. Formerly, he was a partner in the Business and Regulatory Group at Reed Smith LLP, one of the 20 largest law firms in the world. Johnson has been a CLM board member for 11 years. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Virginia and a juris doctorate degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He and his wife Tracey have two sons, Sam and Adam, and live in Oakland. Johnson has been a member of First Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church in Oakland for more than 30 years.
Peter Humphrey was re-elected to serve a second consecutive three-year term in November. He has been president of SYNTHEON, Inc. since 2012. SYNTHEON Inc. designs and manufactures products for building and construction industries. His career includes significant work in multi-family & senior living housing, educational facilities, commercial & industrial projects, institutional & public facilities, and telecommunications facilities including restoration & renovation projects, as well as numerous investigations, evaluations, and condition assessments. Peter holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural Engineering from Penn State University, a 5-year professional degree specializing in the scientific and engineering aspects of planning, design, and construction of buildings. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in multiple states. He and his wife Terri have two children, Rachel and Joshua and live in Cranberry Twp. They are members of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Freedom.
Eighteen board members comprise the governing body and represent 32 Lutheran Churches Missouri Synod in the western Pennsylvania area. This parent board has oversight for 11 subsidiary corporations in various locations including: Concordia Lutheran Health and Human Care, Concordia Lutheran Ministries of Pittsburgh, Concordia Lutheran Ministries Foundation, Concordia Community Support Services, Providence Pharmacy, Good Samaritan Hospice, Concordia Medical Equipment, Concordia of Ohio, Concordia at Rebecca Residence, Concordia of Monroeville and Concordia Physician Practice.
Concordia was the 7th accredited CARF-CCAC Aging Services Network in the world serving more than 31,000 in the past 12 months.
According to the 2017 Leading Age Ziegler 150, Concordia is in the top 35 non-profit senior care providers in the country, as ranked by financial stability and number of beds/units. This does not include Concordia’s extensive network of community services.
Keith E. Frndak, President and CEO is both impressed and delighted with the caliber of his board leadership and looks forward to robust expansion and strong support of our mission of faithful caring.