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John A. Cinotto

Chairman

Shriners Hospitals' corporation

HQ Phone:  (513) 872-6000

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Shriners Hospitals' corporation

3229 Burnet Ave

Cincinnati, Ohio,45229

United States

Company Description

Across North America, Shriners Hospitals for Children offer some of the best medical care in the world to children who need orthopaedic and burn care, as well as spinal cord injury rehabilitation. Because of the Shrine fraternity's commitment to the "World's G... more

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John A. Cinotto of Westfield, IN, was the 90th Potentate of Murat Shrine. He is currently serving his seventh year as a member of the Board of Directors for Shriners International and Shriners Hospitals for Children. He was re-elected during the Shriners' 2009 annual international convention - or Imperial Council Session - held in San Antonio July 5-9. He serves as Imperial High Priest and Prophet, part of the 13-member body that helps govern the Shriners fraternity. John serves on the Special Purpose and Fundraising Committee and the Buildings and Equipment Committee and is chairman of the Material Management Committee and the Educational Seminars Committee. John has been in the construction business for 42 years and owns CDS of Indiana, an acoustical company. He is a past director and board member of the Interior Construction Association of North America and a past member and director of the Construction Specification Institute. He attended Joliet Junior College and Lewis College. John was raised a Master Mason at Pentalpha Lodge #564. He is a member of the York Rite and was honored with the 33rd Degree of the Scottish Rite. He has held numerous offices, including president of the Reception Unit, chairman of House and Grounds, chairman of the Murat Indy 500 weekend, and Circus chairman. In the Shrine Circus Association, he has held the positions of president and secretary. He is a member of the DeMolay Legion of Honor and the DeMolay Foundation. He is also a Past Chief Supreme Officer in the Order of Quetzalcoatl. In his community, John served as president of the Nora Little League. He was also on the Mayor's Committee on Renovation of the Murat Theater. An Eagle Scout with three Palms and an Explorer Silver Award, he was glad to serve as neighborhood commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America. When he's not performing his Masonic or community duties, Cinotto can be found horseback riding or saltwater fishing. He also spends his free time with his wife, Margaret, his three children and three grandchildren.


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John A. Cinotto
Chairman of the Board of Directors Shriners Hospital for Children® - Boston 51 Blossom Street Boston, MA 02114 Emergency Burn Care: 617-726-3575 Telephone: 617-722-3000


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John A. Cinotto
John A. Cinotto of Westfield, Ind., is currently serving his 11th term as a member of the Boards of Directors for Shriners International and Shriners Hospitals for Children®. Cinotto was elected Imperial Potentate, part of the 13-member body that helps govern the Shriners fraternity, during the Shriners' 2013 Imperial Session - held in Indianapolis June 30-July 4. As Imperial Potentate, Cinotto serves as president of the Board of Directors of Shriners International, as well as chairman of the Board of Directors of Shriners Hospitals for Children. Cinotto was raised a Master Mason at Pentalpha Lodge #564. He is a member of the York Rite and in 2000 was honored with the 33rd Degree of the Scottish Rite. Cinotto became a member of the Indianapolis Murat Shriners in 1981 and served on the temple's Divan for 10 years. In 2001, Cinotto served as the temple's Potentate. Cinotto has held numerous temple offices, including president of the Reception Unit, Chairman of House and Grounds, Chairman of the Indy 500, and Circus Chairman. As an Imperial Officer, Cinotto has served as Chairman of Special Purpose and Fundraising Committee, Chairman of Donor Relations, and Chairman of Public Relations. Cinotto has also served as member of the Buildings and Equipment committee for 10 years, Salary, Personnel and Retirement, Special Task for Hospital Reorganization, and the Future Committee of Shriners International. In the Shrine Circus and Fundraising Association (SCAFRA), Cinotto held offices of both president and secretary. Cinotto was founder of Teocalli #500 Indianapolis and served as its Camaxtli in both 1997 and 1998. He is also a Past Chief Supreme Tialoc in the Order of Quetzalcoatl and received the Order of Knights, Eagles and Tigers award in 1998. Cinotto has been awarded the DeMolay Legion of Honor and served on the DeMolay Foundation in Indiana. In 2013, Cinotto was honored by the International Legions of Honor with the Distinguished Service Award. Cinotto served in the U.S. Army as member of the Cold Weather Training Force stationed in Ft. Greely, Alaska, and received Honorable Discharge as a Sergeant E6. Cinotto has been in the construction business for 46 years as an acoustical consultant and manufacturer's representative. He is the owner of CDS of Indiana, an acoustical company. He is a past director and board member of the Interior Construction Association of North America and a past member and director of the Construction Specification Institute. Cinotto attended Joliet Junior College and Lewis College, majoring in Business Management and Accounting. In his community, Cinotto served as president of the Nora Little League. He was also on the Mayor's Committee on Renovation of the Murat Theater. An Eagle Scout with three Palms and an Explorer Silver Award, he was glad to serve as neighborhood commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America. When he's not performing his Masonic or community duties, Cinotto can be found horseback riding or saltwater fishing. Cinotto and his wife Margaret have been married 30 years. Margaret and John have been married for 30 years.


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