Posted 10/4/2017 in Governing Board
Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce two new members joining the Governing Board of Trustees as of October 3, 2017. Jane Hanson and Cathy Lilienthal were welcomed to the Board due to recently vacated seats.
Toni Browning recently resigned due to moving out of state. She expressed it was a pleasure and honor to serve on the Board. Diane Gatto was sad to resign but noted she needed to ensure she could fulfill significant family commitments in the upcoming year. Both Toni and Diane shared they were very excited about the future of RMC and pleased with Charlie Button joining as the new Chief Executive Officer.
“On behalf of the Governing Board of Trustees, we want to express our sincere appreciation for the work and dedication to RMC that Toni and Diane have given, said Bev Preussner, Chairperson. “We are looking forward to working with Jane and Cathy.”
About Jane Hanson
Jane Hanson grew up in Manchester and is an attorney at Hanson Law Firm in Manchester. She is very active in the community including being the President of the Delaware County Bar Association, a member of St. Mary Pastoral Council, and the Vice President of the Manchester Lions Club. In Jane’s spare time, she enjoys cycling, volunteering, and traveling.
Jane shares, “I am very happy to serve as a member of the Board. I look forward to collaborating about ways RMC can best serve the healthcare needs of our community and am excited to be a part of the transition of leadership.”
About Cathy Lilienthal
Cathy grew up in Illinois. She came to Iowa for college and liked it so much that she stayed. Cathy is a Pharmacist at Brehme Drug in Manchester. She volunteers for the Delaware County American Cancer Society and serves as a trustee for the Manchester Public Library. Cathy and her husband have three grown children. She enjoys gardening, knitting, reading, traveling, and mentoring.
“I look forward to being a viable part of a thriving hospital in a rural community. I am enthusiastic to be a part of the positive changes that are always happening at RMC. I plan to support leadership while keeping the community in mind,” shares Cathy.