LARRY APPERSON - founder and CEO of CCK, grew up in the South, earned a BS in Industrial Management at Georgia Tech, and was a fighter pilot in U. S. Air Force. After a forty-year marketing career with IBM, he retired and lives in Montgomery.
GINNY CETUK - serves as Interim Administrative Pastor for the Princeton United Methodist Church and is Chair of the CCK Board. Her career has included roles as Associate Pastor, hospital chaplain, and Associate Dean and interim Dean of the Theological School at Drew University.
SUSAN DAVELMAN - has been a CCK team leader since its founding in 2012. A graduate of Boston College, Susan works as a technologist at Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, a division of Bank of America. She lives in Hillsborough and is an active volunteer in her community.
TIM EWER - has been a CCK team leader since it served its first meal. He has been a board member and its CFO for the past two years. He has also served on the board of Trustees for Princeton United Methodist church for the past nine years. He is currently employed with Siemens as a senior mechanical engineer and is looking forward to retirement in the near future and lives in East Windsor.
DOUGLAS FULLMAN - has been assisting CCK since its founding. He is retired from the Boy Scouts of America where he was an executive on the national staff, and serves as Principal of Values to Vision, LLC. In addition to CCK he is a volunteer for the Boy Scouts of America, American Camp Association, AARP, and president of the Plainsboro Senior Citizens Club, and is active with Princeton United Methodist Church. He resides in Plainsboro.
GIL GORDON - has been a CCK volunteer for Wednesday meal prep and related tasks for several years. He has been an active volunteer and board member at numerous nonprofits for the last twenty years in greater Mercer County, after retiring from a career in Human Resources first with Johnson & Johnson and then in his own consulting business. He lives in Monmouth Junction.
RAMESH JAYARAM - has been a CCK volunteer for Wednesday meal service and related tasks for several years. He works full time at TIAA, a non-profit financial services company. Prior to TIAA, he was associated with Merrill Lynch Bank of America, for about twenty years, where he actively participated in various annual fundraising events for United Way and other charities. He lives with his family in Plainsboro Township.
JUDITH MILLER - has been a CCK volunteer since October 2012. She retired from her career as a Registered Nurse, spent primarily in inpatient healthcare with Maternal-Child specialization. She held leadership positions in Clinical Care, Administration, and Education. She currently manages the CCK Clothing Store, plans seasonal dining room decor and special celebrations, and serves as liaison with healthcare providers. She has been a member of Princeton United Methodist Church for thirty years and lives in West Windsor.
KAREN LONGO - Baldwin has been teaching English as a Second Language since 1995. She taught in and developed the ESL literacy program for adults at the YWCA Princeton. In 2015 she retired from teaching ESL at Somerville High School. Karen has been teaching ESL for CCK since 2016. Besides her ESL certification, Karen’s background includes a BA in biochemistry and a Master’s in health education.