Delta Systems president joins Hattie Larlham board

Joey Arnold has been named to the Hattie Larlham Center for Children with Disabilities Board of Directors, which provides governance and oversight to the Hattie Larlham organization headquartered in Mantua.

Arnold’s three-year term began on Jan. 1.

“I am pleased to announce that Mr. Arnold was elected by our board of directors at the annual board meeting on December 7, 2020,” said Stephen Colecchi, Hattie Larlham CEO. “Joey brings significant professional experience into his role, which will be a great asset as Hattie Larlham continues to build on its outstanding legacy of providing care and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The board has also recently adopted a new three-year strategic plan and Joey will be of great assistance with implementation of that strategic plan. Our board members, as well as our executive team, are grateful for his commitment, and look forward to his contributions.”

Arnold has served as president of Delta Systems Inc., headquartered in Streetsboro, since July 2020. He transitioned to the role after serving as the company’s chief administrative officer.

Prior to his work with Delta, Arnold held a variety of executive and director-level positions with Swagelok during his 24-year tenure there. He currently holds a board membership with the MetroHealth Foundation.

Arnold earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration and management from Malone University, and his EMBA from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.

Arnold is a resident of Tallmadge, where he resides with his wife, Joanne, and their children.

“I am honored and humbled to be part of an organization that provides critical services and opportunities to such a deserving group of individuals,” he said. “Now more than ever, the work of Hattie Larlham is essential the communities we work and live in. I am inspired by the mission and have seen the results of Hattie Larlham’s programs in action. I am grateful for the opportunity.”

This information was provided by the Hattie Larlham Foundation.

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