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Jay Larson, Franklin McNeil Jr., Joseph Salek-Nejad, Adam Skolnik and Eric Wyss | The Baltimore Station

Top row, from left, Jay Larson and Frank McNeil Jr.; Second row, Joseph Salek-Nejad and Adam Skolnik; Third row, Eric Wyss.

Top row, from left, Jay Larson and Franklin McNeil Jr.; Second row, Joseph Salek-Nejad and Adam Skolnik; Third row, Eric Wyss.

The Baltimore Station, a residential treatment program supporting veterans and others transitioning from homelessness and addiction to self-sufficiency, has added five new members to its board of directors.

Jay Larson, operations manager at Johnson Controls; Franklin McNeil Jr., vice president/community consultant, PNC Bank, Greater Maryland Community Development Banking; Joseph Salek-Nejad, owner of the Pizza di Joey brick oven pizza food truck; Adam Skolnik, CPM, ARM, executive director of the Maryland Multi-Housing Association; and Lawrence “Eric” Wyss, CFP, AEP, CTFA, vice president and senior wealth strategist with Wilmington Trust, were recently elected to the board and will join 11 Baltimore-area community and business leaders to help guide the organization’s therapeutic residential recovery program.

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