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Volunteer Board

The Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital Volunteers have a unique structure in that there is both a Director of Volunteer Services who has administrative responsibility for all hospital-based volunteer services, and a Volunteer Board that provides input and leadership for fundraising and special projects. Both share in development of community relations activities and promotional activities.

Officers on the volunteer board include:

 
Volunteer Services Board
 
Seated from left: Sally Ouweneel, Treasurer; Candy Fabaz, First Vice President; Judy Owen, President; Terri Langerak, Second Vice President; Virginia Fox, Secretary; Paula Kovar, Past President

Standing from left: Merlene Pomranka, Member-At-Large; Mary Hoffman, Publicity Chair; Laura Gordon, Vendor Sales Chair; Patricia Ezdebski, DVS; Judy Thiel, Gift Shop Chair; Linda VonPfahl, Publicity Co-Chair; Valerie Berrett, Special Projects Chair; Sonja Collier, Legislative Chair; Sue Rhein, Member-At-Large

Not pictured are:  Sandy Brooks, Assistant Treasurer & Gift Shop Co-Chair and Zelal Umran, Community Education Co-Chair

  • Past President
  • President
  • 1st Vice President
  • 2nd Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • 2 Members-At-Large

In addition, the board is comprised of the chairpersons of each of the following committees:

  • Legislative Committee
  • Vendor Sales Fundraising Committee
  • Volunteer Services Committee
  • Community Relations Committee
  • Education Committee
  • Special Projects Committee
  • Publicity Committee
  • Gift Shop Committee

All officers and committee chairs have a vote. The officers’ role on the board is governance-focused, getting involved in issues such as strategic planning, setting policy and procedures, budgeting, and outcomes measurement.

The committee chairpersons’ role, with their co-chairs and members of their committees, is operational-focused, getting involved in the management and day-to-day issues of their committees, and reporting on committee activities and progress to the board each month.

If you are interested in joining a dynamic and respected group of leaders who enhance and advocate for healthcare through hospital and community-based volunteer services, we would love to talk to you about our activities and the many volunteer service opportunities at Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital.

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