Dr. Michael Zuber, who graduated from Rush-Henrietta in 1972, is director of the Rochester Psychiatric Center and an active servant throughout the community.
Dr. Zuber’s volunteer resume is as impressive as it is lengthy. He has combined a passion for politics with a love for serving people. He was director of the Henrietta Youth Bureau for 12 years, served on the Henrietta Town Board for four years, and was a member of the Rush-Henrietta Board of Education for six years, serving for two years as president. He enjoys volunteering for A Meal and More soup kitchen and Bethany House in Rochester.
Dr. Zuber is a former New York State Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator. While working as a drug prevention coordinator for the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, he helped develop the local DARE program
Dr. Zuber was an Eagle Scout who later served as the scoutmaster of Troop 128 in Henrietta. He has turned his attention to a higher calling. He is a student of deaconship at St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry in Pittsford.
The Henrietta Chamber of Commerce honored Dr. Zuber with its Citizen of the Year award in 1989, and he has continued to better his community since that time.
He and his wife, Audrey, have two children and four grandchildren. Dr. Zuber’s father, Richard, nominated his son for the Hall of Fame, saying: I have watched him serve his community to make it better for his family and the community as a whole. Henrietta is a part of his heart and soul.
We congratulate Dr. Michael Zuber on his induction into the Rush-Henrietta Alumni Council Hall of Fame.