Cradle Beach Camp on Friday announced the resignation of its chief executive officer.
Timothy Boling, who took over as CEO of the Angola camp for disadvantaged and disable youth in January 2007, has resigned and the search for his replacement has begun, the camp’s board of directors announced.
Cheri Alvarez, the camp’s chief operating officer, has been named interim.
Cradle Beach Camp, which began its 128th season on June 27, will operate as usual this summer, according to a press release.
“We have the highest regard for Tim Boling and want to publicly thank him for his hard work on behalf of Cradle Beach, its programs and campers,” said Board President Joseph J. Marusak, a Buffalo attorney. “We also want to assure our campers, their families, our supporters and our staff that Cradle Beach continues to have strong leadership, remains in good hands and that this summer’s sessions will be unaffected by this change.”
Marusak emphasized that Boling’s departure was a “mutual parting of ways” and was not based on any “regulatory, moral, financial or ethical issues.”
Cradle Beach is located on 66 acres along Lake Erie in Angola. Some 800 campers between the ages of 8 and 17 will attend five, two-week sessions that end Aug. 20.