St Joseph's Hospital

St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation names new board members

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – St. Joseph’s Foundation is proud to announce the addition of new five new members to its Board of Directors.

The new members are: Jennifer Fluke, owner of Caroline’s Closet and co-owner of Sunset Graphics, Northridge Development and Majestic Hospitality; Aaron Harris, Aaron Harris Auction Services;  Mike Shaver, Mountain V Oil and Gas;  Robbie Skinner, Mountain Lakes Insurance and Buckhannon City Council; and Dusty Zickefoose, Upshur County Assessor.

They join the current board members of Tim Critchfield, Skip Gjolberg, John Haskins, Steve Holmes, Sister Francesca Lowis, Don Nestor, Russ Plywaczynski, Dr. Joseph Reed, Terry Reed and Mike Ross.

“We are pleased to welcome these individuals to our Board of Directors,’” said John Haskins, Board Chair. “They will join the current board in our work to ensure that St. Joseph’s Hospital continues to provide the best in healthcare to our community.”

St. Joseph’s Foundation was formed in 1994 with its primary goals being to actively secure charitable support, to develop relationships with community and business leaders, and to advocate and promote the hospital’s mission.

Most recently, the Foundation raised monies to purchase recliners with heat and massage for the hospital’s chemotherapy suite and to upgrade the patient security system in the hospital’s Nursing Care Facility.

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