Caz College Trustees welcome new members

The former chief executive officer of the Paul deLima Coffee Company, Paul W. deLima, as well as Cazenovia College alumna Judith R. Nutting have recently joined the Cazenovia College Board of Trustees.

DeLima, of Syracuse, retired from the company that bears his name in 2005. He was an attorney in Chicago and Phoenix before coming to Central New York in 1973, where he was vice president and then chief executive officer of Paul deLima Coffee Company.

After graduating from Harvard University in 1964, deLima served in the United States Navy from 1964 to 1967. He earned a juris doctoral degree from the Syracuse University School of Law in 1970 and has served on the boards of directors for numerous for-profit and not-for-profit organizations in Central New York.

Nutting, of Skaneateles, and Useppa Island, Fla., received an associate in science degree from Cazenovia College in 1973, and went on to Syracuse University, where she received a bachelor of science degree in public health nursing, and a master's degree in marriage and family therapy. She is a member of the Omicron Nu National Honor Society.

A member of the Onondaga Health Department, Nutting worked in nurse-run clinics in Syracuse and the Onondaga Nation. She worked for a proprietary health care agency establishing its offices, and devised and taught a New York State-approved course for home health aides. She also held a position with Berkeley Planning Associates, working in home care research and evaluation on both county and state levels.

Nutting has worked in private practice as a marriage and family therapist, and was a member of the Dean's Circle on the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Queen's University, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. She is a current member of the Syracuse Women's Foundation and a past treasurer of VIP Structures, Inc.

DeLima and Nutting will bring their unique backgrounds and experience to the Cazenovia College Board of Trustees as the institution continues to expand and improve.

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