Three Leaders Of St. Louis Catholic Charities Resign
A spokesperson for Catholic Charities of St. Louis has confirmed that three members of the organization's leadership team stepped down Friday night.
The resignations included President Brian O’Malley, Chief Operating Officer Jack Krings, and Chief Financial Officer Colleen Dusek.
“This is a personnel matter,” according to a statement from the Archdiocese of St. Louis. “The Archdiocese will not comment further at this time.”
St. Louis Catholic Charities is one of the largest private providers of social services in the state of Missouri and is comprised of eight agencies that serve an average of 155,000 underprivileged clients each year, according to the organization's website.