Cuyahoga Falls Clerk of Courts Eric Czetli Serves on Oriana House Board of DirectorsFor Immediate Release: January 30, 2007
Contact: Christina Deibel or Linda Weyandt 330-535-8116
The Board of Directors of Oriana House, Inc., is pleased to announce that Cuyahoga Falls Clerk of Courts Eric Czetli has joined the board. "Mr. Czetli's court experience and involvement in the community will be an asset to the board," said William Kea, chair of the Oriana House Board of Directors.
Czetli has 34 years of court experience and has served as the Cuyahoga Falls Clerk of Courts since 1980. His office serves approximately 185,000 residents of 16 communities in Summit County. "It is a privilege to work in our community's justice system," said Czetli.
Czetli is involved in numerous professional affiliations including serving on Oriana House's advisory committee. "Oriana House's community corrections programs provide the courts with a much needed sentencing option while helping offenders develop the skills necessary to turn their lives around," said Czetli. "Our community is fortunate to have the services offered by Oriana House," Czetli added.
Oriana House is a private, non profit community corrections and chemical dependency treatment agency with facilities located in Summit, Cuyahoga, and Seneca counties. Oriana House has been recognized locally, nationally, and internationally for providing quality programs that are proven to reduce recidivism.
Also serving on the Board of Directors for Oriana House are: Frank Comunale, S.A. Comunale, Inc.; Robert Fenner, Ohio Adult Parole Authority (retired); James Lawrence, Oriana House, Inc.; and Richard Marsh, Anaconda Aluminum Company (retired).
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