CCS Names New Leadership

CATHOLIC CENTRAL NAMES NEW LEADERSHIP

Catholic Central School announced that David F. Fuller has been selected as the school’s president. David J. Simonton, Chair of the Catholic Central Board of Trustees, said “David brings exceptional planning, development and marketing skills to the school, as well as the passion of a proud alumnus.” Fuller is a 1976 Central graduate.

Fuller retired as senior vice president of DAP Products Inc., Baltimore, Maryland in 2015. He worked at DAP for 36 years, beginning as an accounting trainee and progressing through various finance, planning and administrative positions, culminating in 25 years in senior management. His marketing leadership led to dramatic increases in market share and brand awareness for the company, as well as innovative new product development.

He is a 1980 graduate of Wright State University and received his master’s degree from Central Michigan University in 1990. He has been very involved with the U.S. Naval Academy in various degrees, Saint Mary’s Catholic Parish and the Rotary Club of Annapolis.

Fuller said, “I am excited to return to my hometown to work with an exceptional team of faculty, staff and alumni to capitalize on the many opportunities for growth that are open to Catholic Central. Together, as one faith family, we will continue to give Catholic Central students the academic, spiritual and moral preparation to take leadership positions in their communities.”

Fuller assumed the position on April 16.

2018-05-07T17:36:18-04:00