President & Treasurer, Arpin Charitable Fund, Inc.
Michael “Mike” Killoran graduated from Providence College with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. Following graduation, Mike spent five years working for a CPA firm in Providence, RI. In April 1983, he took a position as Controller for Arpin Van Lines, Inc., a subsidiary of the Arpin Group, Inc. When a decision was made in 2008 to combine all accounting functions for Arpin Van Lines, Inc. and Arpin International Group under the parent company, he was promoted and assumed overall accounting responsibilities for the entire Arpin Group, Inc. Mike was promoted to the position of Chief Financial Officer of Arpin Group, Inc. on January 1, 2015.
A supporter and advocate for the work done by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Mike has reached out and donated his time, talent, and money for the organization, serving on the Board of the RI Chapter for the Foundation for thirteen years. For five of those years, he was also the Chapter President. An avid golfer, Mike continued his charitable efforts for thirteen years as co-chairman of the board that organized charity golf tournaments benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. He also served for twelve years as co-chairman of the committee that organizes charity golf tournaments to benefit Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island.
Mike was one of the original founding members of Arpin Strong following the Boston Marathon bombings. With his background in fundraising, as well as his accounting knowledge and experience, Mike joined the Arpin Charitable Fund’s Board of Directors as its Treasurer. Since that time, Mike has taken on the additional role as the organization's President with the recent passing of Mark Dearborn, the Arpin Charitable Fund's late President and original founding member.
Mike lives in Warwick, Rhode Island with his wife, Judy. He has three adult children.