Metropolis Performing Arts Centre

Board of Directors

Stephen Daday, President

Partner at Klein, Daday, Aretos & O'Donoghue, LLC

Stephen G. Daday joined Klein, Daday, Aretos & O’Donoghue, LLC as a partner in 1987, and shortly after, established the civil litigation and mortgage foreclosure departments. KDAO also handles transactional matters including commercial and residential real estate, leasing, and loan documentation. Mr. Daday earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Government and International Relations from the University of Notre Dame in 1977 and earned his Juris Doctor from The John Marshall Law School in 1980. Mr. Daday is honored to join the Metropolis Board of Directors after serving as an Arlington Heights Village Trustee from 1989 to 2005.

 

James J. Bertucci, CFP ® , ChFC, RICP ®, Vice President

Investment Advisor and Financial Planner

Jim is a Retirement Planning Specialist offering Investment Advisory Services and Financial
Planning Services. Since 1988, he has helped individuals and families create and implement
strategies for the accumulation and distribution phases of retirement planning. Jim also provides
multigenerational inheritance planning. Jim is a graduate of Northern Illinois University’s Business
School and regularly attends Executive Education Programs at the Wharton Business School. In
addition, Jim holds several professional designations within the financial industry. As an avid
Arlington Heights community volunteer, Jim has previously served on the boards of the Library, the
Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary Club, the Historical Society, and Crime Stoppers. From the
beginning, Jim has attended Metropolis shows and events, has sent his children to the School of
Performing Arts, and has supported Metropolis financially as a sponsor.

 

Colleen Ungurean, Secretary

Occupational Therapist, Clare Woods Academy

A long-time resident of Arlington Heights, Colleen serves on various committees within the community including the Rolling Meadows Athletic Booster Board, Metropolis Soiree committee (eight years), Metropolis Gala committee (five years), and the Metropolis Wine Tasting committee (1 year). Colleen is an Occupational Therapist at Clare Woods Academy in Wheaton; she has been an O.T. for 30 years working in education, rehabilitation and traumatic head injury. Colleen is passionate about education, where she has spent the majority of her career working collaboratively with teachers, therapists, parents, and administration. Colleen and her husband Dave are active community members and share their philanthropic values with their children Jonathan, a Junior at Iowa State, and daughter Hannah, a Senior at Rolling Meadows High School.

  

Patricia H. Lock

Marketing Communicator

Patricia Lock is honored to be a part of the Metropolis Board. As a marketing communicator, she has specialized in variety of products from professional athletes, thoroughbred race horses and historic sailing ships, known as “tall ships.” She was instrumental in the development of Tall Ships® Chicago – an event that has now happened 8 times – culminating in their return for Navy Pier’s 100th anniversary in 2016. Patti has worked with over 30 cities to host vessels and promote tourism and economic impact.

A former sports agent and concert producer, Patti has extensive festival and event production experience. A member of the Rotary Club of Arlington Heights, Patti is also US Coast Guard Auxiliarist from 36-06 Wilmette Harbor.  Patti is an advocate for youth on board sail training and leadership learning and fresh water conservation and preservation.

 

To Contact the Board of Directors e-mail board@metropolisarts.com