David A. Barnebl | CEO
Upon completion of a B.F.A. and M.A. degree from the University of Connecticut, David Barnebl pursued a 4 year teaching career at Rutgers University (N.J.) and Binghamton University (N.Y.). Teaching was followed by a 30 year career in the investment business with Paine Webber and UBS. His investment career at UBS included 18 years as Senior Vice President – Investments until retirement. Mr. Barnebl served as Trustee of the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, the Nathaniel Wharton Fund and is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Doris G. Quinn Foundation. Mr. Barnebl was instrumental in the creation of the Quinn Foundation, and worked with Mrs. Quinn on the concept of the Foundation over several years. A foundation can have a meaningful role to play over many years by focusing on an area of need and evolving programs to meet that need. Mr. Barnebl is gratified that the Doris G. Quinn Foundation has had the impact is has in the field of graduate level history through the Quinn Fellowship program. Mr. Barnebl has served as a trustee of the Doris G. Quinn Foundation since inception in 1985.
Eugene J. Callahan Esq. | Counsel
Graduated from Fordham University and Fordham University School of Law. Member of the New York and Florida Bars. Partner in the New York and White Plains law firm of Wormser, Kiely, Galef & Jacobs, LLP 1969 -. Trust officer at the Chase Manhattan Bank. Adjunct Professor at the University of Miami School of Law. Lecturer at the Institute on Estate Planning of the Miami Law Center, New York University Institute on Federal Taxation, the New York State Bar Association, Archdiocese of New York and various organizations and estate planning councils. President, Estate Planning Council of Westchester County, Inc. 1983-84 and New York City, Inc 2003-04. Published in Estate Planning Magazine, Financial and Estate Planning Journal (CCH), and in the journals of the University of Miami, New York University and Fordham University 1841 Society Newsletter. Specializing in estate planning and administration, and charitable giving. As Doris Quinn’s lawyer, Mr. Callahan was responsible for executing the Foundation documents. He readily advised Mrs. Quinn per the Foundation matters and continues to be Counsel for the Foundation. Mr. Callahan has served as a trustee of the Doris G. Quinn Foundation since inception in 1985.
Linda G. Grandey | Treasurer, Trustee
Holds a B.F.A. degree (BCofM, Boston, Ma.) and M.A. degree Smith College (Ma.). Enjoyed a University teaching career at Smith College, Mt. Holyoke College, Binghamton University, (N.Y.) and Hunter College over a period of 14 years. Earned a C.F.P. certification from the College of Financial Planning (Co.), various security registrations and recently completed a career in the financial securities business at UBS (formerly Paine Webber) as a senior financial assistant spanning over 25 years. As a personal friend, Mrs. Quinn spoke often of her goals for her Foundation. As the Foundation grew, Mrs. Quinn was extremely pleased to know how much her generosity was appreciated and how helpful a Quinn Fellowship was to Ph.D. candidates. Having been a university professor, understanding the life of a scholar, Ms. Grandey was pleased to join the Foundation as a trustee after Mrs. Quinn’s death to help further the goals of the Foundation. Ms. Grandey has served as a trustee of the Doris G. Quinn Foundation since 1996.
Richard P. Terbrusch Esq. | Trustee
Richard P. Terbrusch is a Connecticut Attorney engaged in the general practice of law, including all aspects of probate law, family law, bankruptcy and civil litigation and a member of the Connecticut State and Federal Bars. Worked for the Connecticut Judicial Branch, was Chairman of the Ridgefield Connecticut Police Commission, member of the Ridgefield Connecticut Board of Education and graduate level guest lecturer on the Government Administration at Ancell School of Business, (WCSU CT.). Graduate of Syracuse University and Quinnipiac University School of Law, cum laude, received Distinguished Academic Achievement Award and was Associate Editor of the Quinnipiac Law Review. Publications include: Gathering Foreign Intelligence in Cyber Space: Does the United States Need Another Secret Court? (23 Quinnipiac L. Rev. 989 (2004) and Accreditation and Civil Liability CAAELEA Update October, 2005). Mr. Terbrusch has an avid interest in history and especially applauds the support the Foundation gives to Ph.D. candidates in the many fields of history. Mr. Terbrusch has been a trustee of the Doris G. Quinn Foundation since 1999.
Harold Theurer Jr. | Trustee
Harold Theurer is an eighteen year veteran of the financial services industry where he began as a Financial Advisor and later served in Management roles at PaineWebber as Director of FA Training and Branch Manager as well as Complex Manager, First Vice President, at Advest, Inc. Harold holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Wagner College and a MA from New York University. As a result of his appreciation of the educational institutions he attended, Harold developed an avocation serving as a Development volunteer for Poly Prep, CDS (originally Polytechnic Preparatory Country Day school) and Wagner College where he was the President of both Alumni Associations.