May 12, 2008

McKune becomes diocesan development director

SAGINAW – Bishop Robert J. Carlson announced today that Development Director Daniel P. McKune has joined the Catholic Diocese of Saginaw staff.

As diocesan development director, McKune also will serve as executive director of the Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan (CCFMM) and lead major gift initiatives for the diocese.

McKune comes to the diocese from Chemical Bank in Midland, where he was a vice president and trust business development officer for more than 10 years.

Prior to that, he held trust officer positions with NBD Bank (now Chase bank) in Saginaw, Old Kent Bank (now Fifth Third Bank) in Grand Rapids and Citizen’s Trust (now KeyCorp) in Ann Arbor. He also served as a linguist in the United States Air Force National Security Agency in Fort Meade, Md.

He holds a bachelor’s degree for sociology from the University of the State of New York (now Excelsior University); an associate’s degree for human resource management from the University of Maryland and an associate’s degree for linguistics from the Community College of the Air Force.

Dan has been and currently is involved with parish and diocesan ministry. He has been chairman of the diocesan Inter-Parish Deposit and Loan Committee, a member of the Planned Giving Council, and participated in the CSA Review Board.

His involvement with his parish, SS. Peter & Paul, Saginaw, includes being an RCIA team member and sponsor; jail ministry and men’s service leader; SS. Peter & Paul School Endowment Trustee (from inception to present); and more.

The Catholic Diocese of Saginaw includes 106 parishes and 26 schools across 11 counties in mid-Michigan.

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