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Fallon appoints Shrewsbury philanthropist to board of directors

James R. Buonomo (photo/submitted)

James R. Buonomo (photo/submitted)

Shrewsbury – Fallon Community Health Plan (FCHP) announced the appointment of Shrewsbury resident James R. Buonomo to its board of directors.

For over 34 years, James Buonomo held leadership roles at Nypro, Inc., a $1.2 billion global solutions provider of manufactured precision plastic products in Clinton. Buonomo led all financial aspects of the company and worked to ensure the ethics, integrity and long-term financial stability of Nypro. He also served as the company's primary strategic advisor to the CEO.

Buonomo, an experienced board chair, member and senior executive, continues to deliver financial and governance expertise to not only Fallon Community Health Plan's board of directors, but to the University of Massachusetts” Board of Trustees where he serves on the Audit and Finance Committees. He is also a member of the Massachusetts Accelerator for Bio-Manufacturing Board and an advisor to Odyssey Investment Partners, a private equity firm.

Buonomo has earned both a Bachelor of Science in political science and education and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.

Buonomo is also an active philanthropist with a special interest in volunteering and providing financial support to academic and youth services.

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