Two New Members Join Board of Trustees 

8/4/2010 
Campus News 

John Christopher Panettiere, class of 1993, from Atlanta, GA, and J. David Veitch, class of 1973, from Tulsa, OK, are now members of the Board of Trustees of Westminster College.

“It is both an honor and a pleasure to have Chris and David join us on the Board of Trustees,” says Dr. Bruce K. Brookby, Chair of the Board of Trustees.  “Both gentlemen bring superb records of high energy, expertise in their respective business fields and proven personal commitment to Westminster College.  We look forward to their active Board membership.”

Panettiere is Executive Vice President and Georgia Employee Benefits Practice Leader for Willis North America, a leading global insurance broker with more than 400 offices in 120 different countries.  Veitch is First Vice President Financial Advisor for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, a leading global financial services firm with more than 1,300 offices in 42 different countries.

“I am pleased to welcome Chris and David to our Board of Trustees,” says Westminster President Dr. George B. Forsythe.  “Both have been loyal and dedicated alumni for a number of years and I look forward to their strong contributions and insights as board members."

The Westminster Board of Trustees exercises the “ultimate institutional authority” in the management of the affairs of the College.  Trustees give of their time, talent and resources to safeguard the traditions, assets and values of the College; ensure the College’s strategic direction and mission are followed and its enhanced capacity to service society is met; and provide oversight and guidance for the activities of the College.

The Westminster Board of Trustees consists of not more than 45 and not less than 24 members and meets three times a year—in the fall, winter and spring.


               John C. Panettiere '93               John David Veitch '73 
              John C. Panettiere '93                J. David Veitch '73


             View full list of Westminster Board of Trustees members.