Bayhealth Foundation’s Members Recognized

A recent ceremony honored three members of the Bayhealth Foundation’s Board of Directors: Pat Fisher, Gary Grier, and Connie Fisher. “These community members have supported Board efforts for many years. We are grateful for their time, talents, and dedication,” said Lindsay Rhodenbaugh, president of the Bayhealth Foundation.

Connie Fisher joined the Board in January 1998. She served as Board President from January 2008 through January 2011. Gary Grier, a member since January 2005, held the position of Board Secretary 2006-2008 and 2011-2013. He also served as Board Treasurer in 2009. Pat Fisher served as an ex-officio member as President of the Milford Memorial Hospital Auxiliary from 2006 to 2009, and a full member of the Board from January 2010 to January 2014.The Bayhealth Foundation develops ongoing philanthropic support for the programs and services of Bayhealth and its health care affiliates.

 

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