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Trustee Martin C. Wortendyke


Mr. Martin C. Wortendyke was reappointed in July 2013 to the Rockland Community College Board of Trustees by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to serve a second seven-year term ending in June 2020. He was originally appointed in July 2006. Mr. Wortendyke served as Board Vice Chair from 2010-2014 and was elected as Board Chair in September 2014, September 2016 and again in September 2018.  He is serving a two-year term ending in September 2020.

A Rockland County native, Mr. Wortendyke is widely recognized for his strong commitment and benevolence to the Rockland community. He is a member of the Helen Hayes Hospital Board of Visitors and Vice Chairman of the Architectural Review Board for the Village of Upper Nyack. He has been honored by several local organizations including Nyack, Helen Hayes and Good Samaritan hospitals, Camp Venture, Boy Scouts of America, and the Center for Safety and Change.

In partnership with his brothers, Mr. Wortendyke founded Cal Mart Enterprises Inc. in 1972. The Congers-based company is one of the largest and most successful construction firms in Rockland, with extended business interests in the car wash, climate-controlled storage and real estate industries.

Mr. Wortendyke lives in Upper Nyack with Elizabeth, his wife of more than 30 years. They have a daughter, Krista.