Regional Board Members Appointed to Mercy Health Regional Governance Board

December 18, 2015 6:43 pm
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Chuck Frayer, Regional Board Chair, Mercy Health

Mercy Health proudly announces five new members to its regional governance board, with staggered terms reflected in parentheses below that begin January 1, 2016. The following five board members are:

Jose Infante (12/31/18) Senior Vice President, Independent Bank
Jean Nagelkerk, PhD (12/31/16) Vice Provost for Health, Grand Valley State University
Stephen Zonca, MD (12/31/17) Physician, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Muskegon  Surgical Associates, PC
Canetta Reid, JD (12/31/16) Vice President, Human Resources, Meijer
Dale Nesbary  (12/31/18) President and CEO, Muskegon Community College

The new board members are proudly welcomed by the reappointed members of Mercy Health’s inaugural board:
Charles (Chuck) Frayer, Chair (12/31/16), Office Managing Partner, Crowe Horwath
Kenneth Sikkema, Vice Chair (12/31/17), Senior Policy Fellow, Public Sector Consultants
Michael Gluhanich (12/31/16), Retired President from Geerpres, Inc.
Sister LuAnn Hannasch (12/31/16), Sisters of Mercy
Camille Jourden-Mark (12/31/18), Vice President/General Manager, Michigan’s Adventure
Sister Mary Persico (12/31/17), Executive VP, Mission Integration, Trinity Health
Terry Wright, MD (12/31/18) Family Physician, Family Medicine Specialists, PC
Roger Spoelman, President and CEO, Mercy Health

Members of the Mercy Health Board represent a wide range of businesses, higher educational systems, belief systems and walks of life.

“While considering board members, we wanted to ensure that the board reflects the widespread geographical area of the communities we serve, where our patients live and work,” said Roger Spoelman, President and CEO, Mercy Health. “We are very appreciative of our board members who advise us as external sources, providing the global perspective on how we can continually fulfill our mission. Our board members will hold us accountable to our mission as a healing and transforming presence in our communities.”

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