Park District Personnel Changes

Dominic Egizio has been hired as the Executive Director, replacing Evelyn Gleason who retired April 30, 2016.  Egizio brings years of park district experience gained during his employment by the Joliet Park District.

Rose Pilny was unanimously appointed to the Park District District Board as Commissioner at the July 14, 2016 meeting to fill the rest of the term for Tim Powers, who retired from the Board effective April 30, 2016.

Front Office Manager Tommy Parchem will be leaving the Park District to attend South Suburban College in the Fall as a student.

Irene DeLaCasa will be the new Front Office Manager. DeLaCasa’s past winning approach coaching Midlothian girls softball combined with her office skills will be a great benefit to the Park District.

Sarah Fencl will be starting at the newly created Facility Supervisor position. Fencl is a graduate of the University of St. Francis and has her degree in Recreation Management. In addition to managing facilities, she will also handle some class and event programming.

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