CSF Board of Trustees

Brian R. Hunt, Upper Montclair C.C.

John Babcock, Morris County G.C.

Laura Benevento, Canoe Brook C.C.

Gene E. Benzenberg, Ridgewood C.C.

Robert D. Cronheim, Watchung Valley G.C.

Traver Davis, Arcola C.C.

Thomas J. McGovern, Hackensack G.C.

Jay S. MacNeill, Plainfield C.C.

Michael McFadden, Manasquan River G.C.

Thomas S. Paluck, Baltusrol G.C.
Advisor, Evans Scholarship Fund

Greg Baker, Rockaway River C.C.
Advisor, NJPGA

Caddie Scholarship Foundation Committee

Gene E. Benzenberg, Ridgewood C.C.

Peter Borst, Canoe Brook C.C.

Donald K. Brief, Crestmont C.C.

David M. Epstein, Crestmont C.C.

Jeffrey M. Liebler, Warrenbrook G.C.

Michael F. McFadden, Fairmount C.C.

Jay McLaughlin, Trenton C.C.

Brian G. Steller, Echo Lake C.C.

Dirk Van Emburgh, Ridgewood C.C.

Sheila Menendez, Director of Education
Sheila Menendez is a graduate of Brooklyn College with a major in sociology and a minor in education. She has recently retired from her position at Rutgers University after 26 years as a senior financial aid officer. In this role, Sheila counseled students and their families as to financing their education. This position entailed detailed analysis to determine the students' needs and awards. Sheila has recently been selected to join the Board of Directors of the Guild of Creative Art in Shrewsbury, N.J. In this position, she has designed and will manage a scholarship program to award funds to a graduating high school senior who will pursuing a career in the visual arts field. She is also a member of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), the largest national organization dedicated to the advancement of women through education, advocacy, philanthropy and research. As of 2012, Sheila has assumed the role of Director of Education of the Caddie Scholarship Foundation. Sheila is happily married and has four grandsons.

Michael Menendez, Assistant Director of Education
Mike Menendez received his Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees from Seton Hall University. He subsequently worked in the administration there becoming the Director of Student Financial Aid. After leaving Seton Hall he worked as an educational software consultant for SCT. His primary client was the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. His specialty at UMDNJ was training and supporting the financial aid staff on the use of their database software. Michael, who no longer works full time, has been pursuing his lifelong love of photography. He has had several exhibits and has won many awards for his images. He is also an avid golfer, persistently pushing to lower his handicap index. In good weather he prowls the Monmouth County courses two or three times a week. Being experienced in database design, he loves helping his wife Shelia manage the Caddie Scholarship applications.

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