BAPA Board Profile: Tim Doody 

By Kristin Boza 

Tim Doody is the latest addition to BAPA’s Board of Directors and serving as a member of the Finance Committee. As a CPA and attorney/partner at Weis, DuBrock, Doody, and Maher, Doody brings his wealth of tax know-how to review leases and tax documents for BAPA. 

“My role with BAPA’s board is based on my background as a numbers person,” Doody said. “However, I’m excited to also get involved in helping plan events and with strategic planning.” 

Now that Doody’s children, Bridget and Tim, are out of the house, Doody has increased his volunteer time in the community. He currently serves on the Mother McAuley High School Board of Trustees and is involved with the Fathers’ Club, and is an active member of the Christ the King Parish Council.  

“I’ve always been the type of person to get involved; when you’re raising kids and coaching games and generally running around, it’s hard to commit. Now that my youngest just went to college, I have more time to make a recommitment to the neighborhood,” Doody said. “I’m blown away with the commitment and passion that Sue (Flood) and Maureen (Gainer Reilly) bring to BAPA, which really benefits the whole neighborhood. They’re absolute treasures and the neighborhood is really lucky to have them.” 

Ensuring that the next generation of neighbors gets involved in the community is a high priority for Doody. “There’s a lot of new families in the area what aren’t fully aware of all that BAPA is doing. I hope to bring more awareness that will eventually lead to getting more people involved,” Doody said. “The more people who get involved with BAPA and the neighborhood, the stronger our neighborhood becomes.” 

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