FSC Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of the Falmouth Service Center have come together to support the mission of the Falmouth Service Center. Through their work on the Board and out in the greater Falmouth community, they support and promote our mission which is to ease stress, reduce hunger and improve the quality of life for our neighbors in need.

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Bob Antonucci

Bob is President-Emeritus of FItchburg State University where he served as its' 10th President for twelve years. He previously served as Massachusetts’s Commissioner of Education, Superintendent of Schools in Falmouth, and President of Harcourt Higher Education. Bob serves on the Falmouth Road Race, Inc. Board of Directors, the Board of Unitil Corporation and is a Falmouth Town Meeting member. He is chair of the Governance Committee. 

Larry Bigelow

Larry has retired as the Senior Vice President in the Non Profit & Healthcare Division of Citizens Bank, developing new banking relationships with non-profits throughout Northern New England.  Larry has served on the Boards of several non-profits and he currently is a member of the Cape & Islands United Way Board.  Larry is a member of the FSC Finance Committee.

Rita Dussault 

Rita is a former co-director of Falmouth Service Center and is currently a long-time volunteer here at the Service Center.  From 1993 to 2002, she shared the directorship of FSC with Patti Haney and briefly with William Levi. Her professional experience includes working for the Executive Director of Sea Education Association and for the Assistant Principal of Falmouth High School.  Community involvements include membership in the Women’s Healthcare Task Force, the Business and Professional Women’s Club, and Woods Hole Community Association.

Brian Keck

Brian is a retired consumer packaged goods and retail senior executive. Prior to moving to Falmouth in 2015, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer for ConAgra Foods, and previously, was President and Chief Operating Officer for Macy's Midwest division. Brian has been a lifelong active volunteer and a board member for several non-profits. Currently, he is serving on the Development Committee of the Falmouth Service Center and the Falmouth Fund Grant Committee. 

Catherine Kligler

Catherine is an attorney who practices family law. She also has a Masters Degree in Public Administration. She has served on various boards of non profits as well as town government committees. As a member of the Board, Cathy is the President of the Board and she serves as a member of the Governance Committee.

Deb Maguire

Deb moved to Falmouth 25 years ago.  She co-owns and operates, along with her husband, Liam, Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub. As a business they are grateful for all who support them and, in turn, they give back to community as frequently as they can. Their business gladly helps out many organizations and schools throughout our community with goods and services donations. 

Deb serves on several other boards such as Friends of Falmouth Senior Center and Falmouth Village Association and is a current member of the Town of Falmouth Finance Committee and a volunteer at Teaticket Elementary School. Deb feels lucky to have two wonderful sons; a great spouse; wonder dog , Luna, and the best staff ever working at the pub. Deb serves as a member of Financial Committee.

Don McInnes 

Don and his wife Carol retired in Falmouth about 15 years ago. Don was COO of BNSF Railway Co. when he retired after thirty years in the railroad business. During those thirty years, living in many locations from Chicago to CA, Don has always felt it was important to give back to the community and has over those years volunteered with United Way, Jr. Achievement, the John L West Alzheimer’s Center, Fort Worth, a number of churches among other organizations. Since settling in Falmouth, Don has been on the Board of Highfield Hall, Heritage Museums and Gardens (Chairman of Board 2003 to 2010) and volunteered at the Falmouth Service Center and Falmouth Hospital ER. He also has served on the Board of Vermont Academy since 1998.

Jacqueline Nolan

Jackie has lived and worked on the Upper Cape for over twenty years.  Currently, she serves as a Vice President for Rockland Trust.  She has been involved with a number of organizations here on the Cape, including the Cape Cod Community College Foundation, the Woods Hole Foundation and Heritage Museum.   Jackie is on the Development Committee of the Board.

Ronald Nunes

Ron moved to Falmouth in 2010 after 28 years in technical research and development at IBM. He has been volunteering at the Falmouth Service Center since 2011, where his focus has been on the presentation of fresh fruits and vegetables for clients. He implemented the metal recycling program at the Hand in hand Thrift Shop in July 2018. Ron also volunteers at Cotuit Center for the Arts, Woods Hole Folk Music Society and Coonamessett Farm, where he serves on the board of the Coonamessett Farm Foundation.

Laura Lorusso Peterson

Laura is a 4th generation member of the family that owns and operates Cape Cod Aggregates Corp (CCA), a sand and gravel business. She started out  "wanting to work with her dad" and over time carved out a place for herself now serving as CEO. In this role, Laura is committed to maintaining a corporate culture where everyone, employees and customers alike, are treated with respect and where  their commitment to CCA is valued. Laura serves as a member of Falmouth Town Meeting, the Falmouth School Committee, and of the Board of the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce.  She is also a Corporator at Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank where she serves on the CC5's Charitable Foundation Trusts, Human Needs and Economic Development Donation Advisory Committee.

David Prosten

David has been a volunteer at the Service Center since 2015. During that time he has proven himself in a wide variety of settings starting from the warehouse and pantry to the Joint Base Initiative.  He spear-headed the effort to bring pet food to those clients with pets.  He began his career as a reporter. At one time he was a writer and editor of a national news service. He founded and ran a small publishing house for 30 years.  He is a long-time member of Sierra Club. As a member of the Executive Committee of the Maryland Chapter he led many campaigns focused on environmental issues. David serves as the Vice President of the Board.

Richard Sperduto

Richard Sperduto lives in Mashpee but spends his working hours working in Falmouth where he serves as facility manager at Falmouth Academy, a position he has held since 1989.  In this capacity he is responsible for buildings, grounds, vehicles, maintenance of athletic fields, repairs and improvements.  In addition, he teaches classes at the Academy in farm and garden arts and woodworking.  He has served as a member of the 300 Committee Land Management board, the town of Falmouth’s Land Management committee and the Town of Falmouth Waste Management advisory committee.  In 2008 he was recognized as an Environment Champion award from the Association to Preserve Cape Cod.  Richard is the Chair of the Facilities Management Committee on the Board.

Crickett Warner 

Crickett currently works at Sea Education Association in Woods Hole, MA as Development Associate. Prior to SEA, she worked in development for Penikese Island School, happily raised three sons, served on the Boards of the Woods Hole Child Center, Woods Hole Kindergarten, the Children’s School of Science, and the Woods Hole School Committee as well as volunteering with Falmouth Public Schools and serving as a community member of the Women’s Healthcare Task Force.  In 2009, Crickett attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is a Certified Health Coach, educating clients about the relationship between food and health.  Crickett has the unusual perspective of being involved with the Falmouth Service Center as a long-time supporter, volunteer, and for a brief stressful time in her life, an immensely grateful client.

The Rev. Deborah M. Warner

Deborah currently serves as the Rector of the Church of the Messiah in Woods Hole, MA. Having a long commitment to community social service programs and outreach to the community, The Rev. Warner will be focusing her work with the Service Center by reaching out to the religious communities in Falmouth to identify ways they can further the work of the Falmouth Service Center and use their services in reaching out to neighbors in need. She is serving on the Development Committee of the Service Center.


FSC Staff & Board members along with the Director of Distribution Services from the Greater Boston Food Bank in 2016 sporting orange for Hunger Action Month.