JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The Capital Region Medical Center Foundation held its annual Board of Governors Meeting and Dinner on Monday, Dec. 2 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel.
Reappointed to the Capital Region Medical Foundation Board of Trustees were the following: Jay Allen, MD, Dr. Don Claycomb, Ryan Freeman, Mark Johnson, Sharon Naught, Dr. Arnold Parks, Tom Rackers and Pam Wren.
Newly appointed to the Capital Region Medical Foundation Board of Trustees were Sally Graham and Cyndy Schnieders.
Reappointed to the Capital Region Board of Governors for a four-year-term include: Jo Anderson, Richard Anderson, Bob Ashal, Nakhle Asmar, PhD, Brad Bates, Peter Beard, Keith Beck, Sen. Mike Bernskoetter, Melissa Bernskoetter, Jim Branch, Rosemary Bushko, Kevin Callaway, Paul Cardon, DDS, John Conrad, Michael Cummings, Dawnel Davidson, Jeffrey Davidson, Leroy DelesDernier, Kirk Duncan, Jayne Dunkmann, Mike Grefrath, Harold Haldiman, George Hartsfield, Doug Howerton, Dr. Ernie Jackson, Stephanie Johnson, Rep. Caleb Jones, Suzie Jost, Mark Kaiser, Rich Kampeter, Barb Kuebler, Becky Lawson, Larry Linthacum, Barb Long, Joe Lopez, Jim McAdams, David Minton, Brian Mutert Chrysa Niewald, Linda Phelps, Joe Pierle, Richard Popp, Ross Robertson, Rodney Schad, Mark Schreiber, Roger Schwartze, Bob Scrivner and Debra Walker.
New members elected to the Capital Region Board of Governors were Gaylin Carver, Dana Frese, Lucia Kincheloe, Jason Luebbering, Gary Marshall, Jennifer Schnieders, Trey Stuckenschneider, Rebecca Welsch, Gary Wheeler, Lee Wilbers, Eric Wilde, Shallie Witt and Patty Ypya.
New Lifetime Board of Governor members include V. Joan Firley, Renee Godbee, Dean Hopkins, George Kistler, MD and Winston Rutledge.
New clergy member appointed to the Board of Governors was Captain Justin Windell.
The Board of Governors involves more than 500 people whose leadership and support help ensure quality health care in Capital Region Medical Center’s service area.
About Capital Region Medical Foundation
The Capital Region Medical Foundation’s purpose is to further Capital Region’s mission by ensuring its future financial stability and growth through private resources. All gifts are vital to helping the medical center meet current priorities and to securing an invested funded based for the future. Our goal is to provide our constituents with opportunities to invest in Capital Region Medical Center in a manner which best meets their personal goals and financial situation. For more information about the Capital Region Medical Foundation, please contact Rita Kempker, CFRE at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 573-632-5007.
About Capital Region Medical Center
Capital Region Medical Center, located in Jefferson City, Mo. is an affiliate hospital of University of Missouri Health Care, and encompasses a full service hospital, a comprehensive cancer program at Goldschmidt Cancer Center and an expansive clinic system covering eight counties. Within the hospital, the Inpatient Rehabilitation Center is one of the few accredited hospital-based rehabilitation centers in the state. From prenatal and obstetric care to orthopaedic and cardiovascular services, Capital Region provides innovative health care, advancing its mission to improve the health and wellness of the people and communities it serves.