Board of Trustees



Stephen R. Miller

Stephen R. Miller currently serves as President and Chief Operating Officer (and Director) of Fulton Bank of New Jersey (FBNJ- a $3.7 billion, 65 branch commercial bank that currently has offices in 15 New Jersey counties), having been appointed to that position in October 2011.  Fulton Bank of New Jersey is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fulton Financial Corporation.  Prior to that Steve served as Chairman, President, and CEO of Skylands Community Bank, a separate affiliate of Fulton Financial Corporation, which merged with The Bank in 2011 when Steve moved into his current position.

Steve (a New Jersey resident for over 63 years) has served in many other capacities since 1993 when he joined The Bank of Gloucester County, one of the five community banks that were merged into and became part of the current Fulton Bank of New Jersey.  These positions include Lending, Branch Administration, and various other Executive Offices.    Prior to his current employment Steve had stints at several other New Jersey banks in a career that goes back over 42 years.  Steve has always been a strong advocate for community banking and during his career has participated in many community activities and events on behalf of the banks he has worked for believing it is truly important for financial institutions, (which derive their prosperity from the community) to give back in great measure.

Steve is most fortunate that his vocational advocacy has always paired well with his 38 year membership and involvement in the Masonic fraternity and has served as a Trustee on the Board of the Verdon R. Skipper Learning Center for close to 10 years.  “It is our Masonic mission to support each other in times of need and to help society and the world at large through our words, actions and deeds; the creation and ongoing support of our Children’s Learning Center is but one example of being faithful to this mission.”



Douglas R. Policastro

Douglas R. Policastro earned his Bachelor of Arts in Biology from West Virginia University as well as a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Temple University. He currently holds licenses in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida as a Registered Pharmacist and a license in New Jersey as a Nursing Home Administrator.

He is currently working as a Pharmacist for CareKinesis in Moorestown, New Jersey. Prior to that he was the Administrator of the Masonic Home of New Jersey and prior to that he was the Director of Pharmacy for the Grand Union Company. He has thirty seven years of management experience. He joined Freemasonry in New Jersey in 1978 and served as Grand Master in 2006. He has served on the Charity Foundation Board of Trustees for 12 years, having served as President in 2001 and Chairman in 2006. He is a 33rd Degree Scottish Rite Mason and an Active Member of Supreme Council. He is currently the Chairman of the Board of the State Executive Committee and Treasurer overseeing the five Children’s Dyslexia Learning Centers in New Jersey. He has been the presiding officer over several State and local bodies of Freemasonry.

His civic activities include being Board President of Acacia Lumberton HUD Housing, Board Member and Treasurer of the Student Model Program for Drug, Alcohol and Abuse Intervention (National Committee), Executive Board Member for Jersey Shore Council Boy Scouts of America, Executive Council and Board President for the Masonic Homes Executives Association of North America (National Committee), and Board President of Riverview Estates Nursing Home.

Doug and his wife, Pat, have two married sons, Christopher and Stephen (both Master Masons) and two grandchildren.



Allan D. Kline

Allan D. Kline is President and CEO of the Kline Consulting Group, L.L.C. providing a wide range of services to the global logistics and transportation industries. Helping clients develop and implement risk management strategies, insurance management, health and safety programs, crisis management and business continuation strategies.  He is active in numerous Masonic organizations and has served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Verdon R. Skipper Children’s Dyslexia Center for five years, currently he is the board’s treasurer. Educated at the University of Maryland and Benjamin Franklin University he also holds numerous professional certificates and certifications. He is married to Lora Cunningham Kline and resides in Medford, New Jersey.