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- Daniel Mannix, Esq., President (Term expires: 2022)
- Timothy Weaver, Vice President (Term expires: 2024)
- Patricia Belden (Term expires: 2022)
- Francis Cabana Jr. (Term expires: 2025)
- Stacy Flaherty (Term expires: 2024)
- Kathleen Holser (Term expires: 2021)
- Amy Molloy (Term expires: 2023)
- Joseph Scriver (Term expires: 2025)
- Michael Shea, Ph.D. (Term expires: 2023)
Daniel Mannix, Esq., President
Daniel Mannix, Esq., is a partner in Muller and Mannix, PLLC Attorneys at Law. He is serving his first term on the Board of Education.
Mannix earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Siena College and a juris doctorate degree from Albany Law School of Union University.
He serves on the board of directors of the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County and the Warren County Bar Foundation. He is also a member of the Queensbury Elks Club, Warren County Bar Association, Gooley Club, Dunham’s Bay Fish and Game Club, and the New York State Bar Association.
Timothy Weaver, Vice President
Timothy Weaver is a self-employed independent sales operator for Freihofers. He is serving his second term on the Board of Education.
Weaver is an official for boys high school basketball, girls high school field hockey and collegiate field hockey. He is also a member of the USA Field Hockey Association.
Patricia Belden is the communicable disease coordinator for Warren County Public Health. She has served two terms on the Queensbury Board of Education, including her current service and from 2005-2010.
Belden holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from SUNY Plattsburgh and a master’s degree in public health from the University at Albany.
Francis Cabana Jr.
Fran Cabana is a retired physical education teacher. He taught PE for 33 years, three at St. Mary’s in Hoosick Falls and 30 at Queensbury Elementary. He coached basketball, football and track. He was also the vice president of the QFA for 10 years. He retired in 2009. He received his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Springfield College and his master’s of sports science from Castleton College in VT. He joined the Queensbury Board of Education in July 2020.
Fran has been the manager of Pirates’ Cove Adventure Golf in Queensbury and Lake George since 1997. He also serves on the Town of Queensbury Recreation Committee. He is a member of Our Lady of the Annunciation and is often a lector and eucharistic minister. He also serves communion to the residents of the Warren Center on the first Friday of each month.
Fran has lived in Queensbury for more than 40 years, and has six children. Michael, Katie and Matthew Cabana graduated from St. Thomas Acquinas High School in Florida. Lauren (‘04), Jennifer (‘06) and Olivia (‘11) graduated from Queensbury. He has three stepchildren with his wife, Ellen. Alicen (‘06), Joseph (‘10) and Calie (‘13) Hubert all graduated from Queensbury as well. He is also “Pepe” to nine grandchildren.
Stacy Flaherty is an executive administrator for Gracenote, a Nielsen Company. She is serving her second term on the Board of Education.
Flaherty attended SUNY Adirondack and received two A.A.S. degrees; one in marketing and the other in hospitality and tourism management. She is presently attending SUNY Empire pursuing her B.S. degree in business management and economics with a concentration in human resources. She is the second of three generations that have graduated from Queensbury High School and has been a resident of Queensbury for more than 50 years.
In addition to her board service, she is a member of International Association of Administrative Professionals and American Society of Administrative Professionals receiving her PACE certification in 2018.
Kathleen Holser works in the guidance office for the Glens Falls City School District. In May 2016, she was elected to her first full term on the Queensbury Board of Education after completing the remaining two years of a vacated board seat. In July 2016, she was named vice president of the Board of Education.
Holser is a parent volunteer at Queensbury High School. She is also a member of the Queensbury Union Free School District Health and Wellness Committee, New York State School Boards Association, New York State United Teachers and American Federation of Teachers.
She earned her bachelor’s degree from Pennsylvania State University.
Amy Molloy is the director of education for the Mental Health Association in New York State. In May 2018, she was elected to serve a second term on the Board of Education.
Molloy earned a master’s degree in social work from the University at Albany and a master’s degree in education from Texas Southern University.
She serves on the Warren County Community Services Board and the Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health Board of Directors. She also is a seventh-grade catechist, or teacher, at Our Lady of the Annunciation.
In 2014, Molloy received the Suicide Prevention Center of New York’s Excellence in Suicide Prevention Award.
Joe Scriver is a vice president/branch manager for First Niagara Bank. He is serving his first full term on the Queensbury Board of Education, after completing the remaining two years of a vacated board seat.
Scriver has spent several years as an adjunct instructor for the SUNY Adirondack Business Division and is a past advisory board member. He was also founding president of the Fort Edward/Hudson Falls/Kingsbury Kiwanis Club; a board member for the Adirondack-Saratoga Chapter of the American Red Cross and Saratoga PLAN; director of St. Francis Homes and Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce; and Junior Achievement steering committee member. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Siena College.
Michael Shea, Ph.D.
Michael Shea, Ph.D., is a professor of biochemistry and microbiology at Hudson Valley Community College. In May 2018, he was elected to serve a second term on the Board of Education.
Dr. Shea holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from SUNY Geneseo, a master’s degree in cell biology from Hofstra University and a doctoral degree in biochemistry from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
In 2016, he was recognized for his leadership in the community with a 20 Under 40 award from The Post-Star.
Dr. Shea has lived in Queensbury for more than 15 years. He and his wife, Erica, have a daughter, Jillian.