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A Message from the Board PresidentI am gratified that the Foundation for Pike County Memorial Hospital has accomplished so much since it was founded in 2004. I want to thank our many contributors for their past generosity and support!
Each year our excellent, independent Foundation Board works hard to identify and fund a project for our annual giving campaigns. So far more than $750,000 has been raised for these projects. Won't you investigate and consider a contribution to our current campaign?
Clay S. Logan
President of the Board
Foundation for Pike County Memorial Hospital
Dr. Howard Greene
Dr. Greene grew up in New York City, graduated from New York University medical school, and has practiced surgery and family practice for nearly fifty years. Howard and his wife Doris moved to Pike County nearly twenty years ago and he practiced in both Bowling Green and Louisiana. Howard's favorite Foundation project is the modernization and expansion of the outpatient surgery area. "The Foundation has been a tremendous help to keep Pike County Memorial Hospital abreast of rapidly changing medical technology---we must advance or fall behind".
John M. Mcllroy, Jr.
John is a life-long resident of Pike County as is his wife Paula. After graduating from the University of Missouri law school, John practiced law in Bowling Green until retiring several years ago. John's favorite Foundation projects have been the Emergency Room expansion and the installation of the digital imaging system in radiology. "My family has been blessed and we want to 'return the favor' by helping Pike County residents with their health care. I feel the Foundation is the best way to help the most people".
Clay S. Logan
Clay has lived in Pike County all of his life and was President of Stark Brother's Nursery before retiring. Clay has served as a Pike County Memorial Hospital trustee for over thirty years, taking office a few months after he married his wife Sally. Clay's favorite Foundation project has been the purchase of the digital imaging system to store radiology images. "Pike County is fortunate to have a modern medical facility where many emergency and diagnostic procedures can be accomplished. Sometimes having a medical facility so close is a convenience but many times it saves lives."
Jerry is President of Wayne B. Smith, Inc. a family owned quarry and port facilities on the Mississippi River near Louisiana. Jerry's wife Gail is a strong supporter of Pike County Memorial Hospital also and has been a very active Hospital Auxiliary member for years. Jerry's favorite Foundation project is, "As a business owner I know how important having a modern health care facility in the County is. My family has always gotten great care at our Hospital and I want to do my part so future generations can get great local care, too."
Helen grew up in this area and left at the age of 18 for college. She has advanced degrees in education and earned a PhD from Iowa State University. She and her husband, Walt Crew, retired here in 2000, and operate Cozy C Campground. Helen states, "I am interested in helping people have the best health possible and I believe the Foundation is one of the ways to do so." Her favorite Foundation project is the Emergency Department renovation. She also feels new equipment is important to help health care providers assist individuals in gaining better health/quality of life.
Linda Black was born in Jefferson City but has lived most of her life in Clarksville. A Clopton High School alumni, she received her Bachelor's of Science in Nursing from the University of Missouri and is still a Tigers fan. In 2010, Linda retired as PCMH's Director of Nursing after a 34-year career at the hospital. Linda is married to William R. (Rusty) Black and has three children and seven grandsons. Since retiring, she has traveled to see her children and grandchildren, and she also enjoys walking, quilting, art and music. Linda finds it fulfilling to serve on the Foundation because she loves to be a part of activities that promote Pike County Memorial Hospital.
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