Northwest Indiana Resident Elected to High Court
Daniel Buksa, of Northwest Indiana, was elected to position of High Court Trustee on Catholic Order of Foresters’ High Court, also known as the organization’s board. Buksa is a member of St. Mathias 102 in Schererville, Indiana, one of Catholic Order of Foresters’ local courts. He’s been a member of the organization since 2006. Buksa, who graduated from both St. Leo College in Florida and Valparaiso University School of Law, has served as State Chief Ranger – a leadership role in Catholic Order of Foresters’ organization – of Indiana since 2015. Buksa has more than 23 years of not-for-profit managerial experience, and he has experience in strategic planning and amending bylaws. He has also served in multiple leadership roles of veteran service organizations, governmental entities, and other civic and fraternal organizations.
When Buksa learned he had been elected to the position of High Court Trustee, he said he felt “gratitude toward the Delegates for entrusting me with the governance of our organization.” Going forward, Buksa is most looking forward to “fulfilling the organization’s mission, providing the Home Office Team with the support they need, and serving the needs of the Order's members.”