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Summit Resident, Point View C.O.O. Claire Toth Joins Board of Trustees at SAGE Eldercare

Claire E. Toth, JD, MLT, CFP™

SUMMIT, NJ - Summit resident and Point View Wealth Management Chief Operating Officer Claire E. Toth, J.D. has joined the SAGE Eldercare Board of Trustees.

SAGE Eldercare has, since 1954, been focused on "helping to make the communities it serves amazing places to age."  The organization provides a wide array of information, support, and services designed to help individuals lead the most independent and active lives possible, from helping with errands, to exercise classes, community programs, care planning, and home health care.

“We are pleased to welcome Claire to the SAGE family, and thank her for sharing her experience and talents with our community,” said Angela Sullivan, SAGE Executive Director.

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In addition being COO at Point View, Toth is Vice President and serves as Chief Legal Officer and Chief Compliance Officer. She is also Of Counsel with the firm Bourne Noll & Kenyon in Summit. Previously, she served as Of Counsel at Herold and Haines in Warren and spent a number of years working for the IRS Chief Counsel in Washington, DC where she was Branch Chief responsible for rulings and regulations covering partnerships, LLC’s, corporations and estates and trusts.

Toth earned a Masters of Law in Taxation at Georgetown University and a BA and Juris Doctorate at the University of Chicago. She serves as a board member on Summit Downtown, Inc., Summit Educational Foundation and the Summit Historic Preservation Commission.

An active volunteer with many organizations -- including the Summit Bar Association where she served as President, Summit Educational Foundation, where she served as Treasurer, Overlook Foundation Gala, Family Promise Gala, LPGA and PGA Golf Tournaments and Editor of the PTA newsletter -- she is also Catechist and Eucharistic Minister at St. Teresa of Avila Parish.

She and her husband, David Dietze, have lived in their home since 1996. Their son William is a sophomore at Colorado College and their daughter, Elizabeth will begin at American University this fall. For fun, Toth plays golf and bridge.

SAGE’s expertise helps older adults remain independent in their own homes,  and is committed to being the leading provider of programs and services to meet the changing needs of older adults, their families, and caregivers throughout Union, Essex, Morris, and Somerset Counties.

For more information, call 908-273-5550 or visit

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