After 27 years of service, Bruce Murison told the Mission of Deeds Board of Directors earlier this year that the time had come to transition to a new Executive Director. The organization has changed in size and scope since Tony Triglione founded the charity in 1993, but Bruce’s constant objective has been to create a friendly and open atmosphere where neighbors help neighbors.

David McIsaac became Executive Director on August 29. He has worked in the nonprofit space for the past decade, most recently for a nonprofit that distributes sports equipment to kids in high-need communities. He is passionate about mission-based community work.

Christopher Barrett, MOD President, commented, “The Board of Directors, upon learning of Bruce’s desire to step down, conducted an extensive search for a special person to carry on the work of the organization. When we met David, the group immediately recognized that he was the perfect match. He seemed to instantly understand our foundation and spirit. We are pleased to have such an extraordinary young man take the helm of Mission of Deeds.”

Upon joining Mission of Deeds, David said, “The Triglione family, Bruce, the Board, staff, and volunteers have built a remarkable organization. Their passion to uplift those in need with dignity and respect reverberates throughout the building. Tony Triglione’s kind heart and generous spirit are embedded in everything they do. I am honored to join the Mission of Deeds family and be a part of this vital service.”

Bruce will continue with Mission of Deeds as Warehouse Manager. Bruce said, “I am grateful beyond words for the honor of having served Mission of Deeds for all these years. The support the organization and I have received has been incredible. I only ask that everyone give the same support to David, a remarkable leader who will take us to the next level.”