Committed to Serving… Meet our Board of Directors
Timothy F. Kelleher, Chairman
Timothy F. Kelleher is a Board member since 1991. His banking career spans over 30 years. Mr. Kelleher earned his degree in Economics from Stonehill College in North Easton, Massachusetts.
Michael A. Kehoe
Michael A. Kehoe is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. He earned his J.D. from Boston University School of Law and holds a B.A. from Bucknell University. In addition to being on the Board since 1999, he is a Director of Child & Family Services of New Bedford; past president and Paul Harris Fellow of the Dartmouth Rotary Club; and Director of the Boys and Girls Club of New Bedford, Inc. Mr. Kehoe also serves on the Board of Directors as Treasurer for the Crapo Charitable Foundation and is a past president of Greater New Bedford ARC.
Karen A. Raposa, RDH, MBA
Karen A. Raposa is currently a Clinical Education Manager at a worldwide company in the dental industry. Karen received her MBA from the University of Massachusetts and is an international speaker and co-editor of a textbook titled “Treating the Dental Patient with a Developmental Disorder”. She is a former assistant professor in Boston University's Department of General Dentistry and was awarded the title as one of the "Top 25 Women in Dentistry”. Karen also serves on New York University’s Oral Health Center for People with Disabilities Advisory Board.
Geraldine Lucas joined the Board in 2017. She was a Special Education Teacher, Assistant Special Needs Director and prior to her retirement, she was the Principal of East Fairhaven Elementary School. She holds a BA in Sociology with a minor education, M.Ed. in Special Education and CAGS in Educational Leadership. She is a certified Elementary School Principal, Intensive Special Needs and Elementary.
Being intimately familiar and overwhelmingly impressed with the high level of care that the residents of Crystal Springs receive on a daily basis, Tom decided to join our Board of Directors in 2010. Having graduated from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in Boston, Tom has been a pharmacist since 1968 and has been the President, Manager and Pharmacist of Walsh Pharmacy on Rock Street in Fall River since 1981. Having even been recognized as ‘Pharmacist of the Year’ in Massachusetts, Tom has truly enjoyed serving the community. Married for over 40 years, Tom has two children and two grandchildren. In addition to serving on the board of Crystal Springs, he was a founding member of the Greater Fall River Diabetes Association and continues to support local charities through the Fall River Diocese.
Carol Gorman has her BA in Psychology. She is a Licensed Social Worker and is now a Director of Case Management. In 2017, she obtained her CCM, Certification in Case Management.
Tyler is responsible for providing comprehensive wealth management advice to high-net-worth individuals and families, entrepreneurs, business owners, and foundations and endowments throughout the Massachusetts region. He works closely with clients and their advisors to develop financial strategies to help clients meet their current needs and plan for their long-term objectives. Tyler also coordinates the various services his clients require based on their unique needs, including investment management, planning, trust, private banking, and family office services. Tyler holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration, concentrating in finance, from Merrimack College. He actively seeks work with nonprofits to help the greater community. He is the current treasurer of Citizens for Juvenile Justice (CfJJ) and is a board member of Crystal Springs Incorporated, which are both 501(c)(3) organizations. He enjoys his nonprofit work, the outdoors, playing golf with family and friends, and spending time in Naples, FL.
Leo received his BS degree in Textile Technology from U Mass Dartmouth in 1979 and worked for several local textile manufacturers before transitioning into financial services. Citizens Bank and Purpose Financial Group round out his financial employment experience. He has become familiar with Crystal Springs from his wife Debbie’s work at Crystal Springs and participating in the Dr. Manning Golf Tournament and the Celebrate Spring events. He and his wife have two sons and four grandchildren. When his sons were attending the Bristol Warren Regional Schools, he was elected to a four year term on the School Committee, serving two years as Chair and two years as Vice Chair. He also served on two of their building committees.