Friends of Youth announced Friday that Howard "Terry" Hall, of Sammamish, is rejoining the nonprofit's board after a one-year hiatus.
Hall, who had previous served three consecutive two-year terms on the board, practices litigation, toxic tort and employment law at Wolfstone, Panchot & Bloch in downtown Seattle. He is a past trustee of the Washington Defense Lawyers and serves on the King County Superior Court Panel of Arbitrators.
“We are excited that Terry has decided to rejoin our Board of Directors,” said Terry Pottmeyer, President and CEO of Friends of Youth and a former Mercer Island school board president. “His leadership and talents will continue to be valuable assets to Friends of Youth."
"We're thrilled to have him back," Pottmeyer told Patch.
Friends of Youth provides programs which encourage individual growth and promote constructive relationships. These programs focus on the following main areas: Residential Services, Homeless Youth Services and Youth and Family Services. In 2012, more than 5146 young people and their families have been helped by Friends of Youth.
With 60 years of experience, national accreditation and 21 sites in 17 cities, including at 414 N. Front St. in Issaquah, the agency provides safe places to live and emotional support for youth and families in challenging circumstances. For more information, please visit www.friendsofyouth.org.
--Information from Friends of Youth