|Governing Board for 2018|
|Trustees for 2018|
|Board, Trustee and Staff Bios|
|David Allen |
B.A., Juris Doctorate from The Ohio State University. Retired after 50 years of law practice with Allen Yurasek Merklin & Owens-Ruff and predecessors. Active for over 50 years in support of Memorial Health and Union County Foundation and their predecessors. Married to Lynne Bauman Allen. Parent of two children and two grandchildren.
|Cathy Blackford |
Retired executive director of the Builders Exchange of Central Ohio, Cathy has extensive experience in nonprofit/not-for-profit volunteer motivation. Cathy is a 1980 journalism graduate of The Ohio State University. She served two terms as a board member of the OSU Alumni Association Student Loan Foundation, represented the alumni association on the judging committee for the Ohio State Departmental Teaching Excellence Awards and was an alumni representative on The Ohio Union Council. She has served on the advisory board of the Buckeye Leadership Fellows and represented the Office of Student Life on the Alumni Advisory Council of the Alumni Association. A 1986 graduate of Leadership Columbus, Cathy served as president of the Leadership Columbus board of directors in 1997. She continues to participate annually as a facilitator in the ďColumbus HistoryĒ session for the current leadership class. In 2008, she was selected for the Leadership Columbus Hall of Fame for her contributions to the organization. A past board member of the Ohio Society of Association Executives, Cathy holds the ďCertified Association ExecutiveĒ designation from the American Society of Association Executives. Her professional memberships include ASAE, OSAE, the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the International Builders Exchange Executives. In 2012, she was presented with the R. Thomas King Distinguished Service Award by OSAE, the organizationís highest individual honor. Cathy served on the board of The Arlington Bank from 1999 to 2012 and is a past board member of the Boy Scouts of America Simon Kenton Council. She is an active member of the Charity Newsies and a volunteer at the Healthy Worthington Resource Center and Food Pantry.
|Bruce Daniels |
Principal/Owner of Honda Marysville, Honda Motorsports, Toyota Direct, Performance Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram and Hinkley's Restaurant. Founder of Impact 60. Believes that all business owners & operators should be actively involved with youth and overall human growth development in their local community. Married to Shelby Daniels and the proud parent of 6 children and 1 grandchild.
|Sue Devine |
Graduate of Bowling Green State University with a degree in Finance and International Business. Employed with the Foundation since November of 2002; Director of Finance and Development since 2007.
|Mardy Hanlon-Stolte |
Mardy earned a B.S. from The Ohio State University and a M.Ed. from Ashland University. She is retired from Olentangy Local Schools after spending 30 years in the high school classroom and advising award-winning student publications. An active member of the Union County Chamber of Commerce and a volunteer for the Convention & Visitors Bureau, she serves as the chairperson of the Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival and the Historical Marker Committee. Mardy and her husband, Steve Stolte, are Marysville residents and have family (including their granddaughter) who live locally as well as family in Virginia.
|Chip Hubbs |
Chip Hubbs became President/CEO of Memorial Health in March 2004. Prior to arriving in Marysville, Chip served for four years as CEO of Community Memorial Hospital in Defiance County, Ohio, just outside of Fort Wayne.
Before this, Chipís management experience spanned various Senior Management positions at the Lutheran Health Network in Fort Wayne. He also worked as the Evening Administrator for the University of Chicago Hospitals. In all, Chip has worked for nine different hospitals throughout his career in every facet from groundskeeper and maintenance to intern, fellow, Evening Administrator, Executive Director, and CEO.
After graduating Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health and a Master of Health Administration, Chip earned a fellowship at the Sinai Health System in Chicago.
He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, and he has received several professional acknowledgments for his work, including receiving the Grassroots Champion Award from the American Hospital Association in 2016 for advocacy and leadership in the State of Ohio. He was listed by Beckerís Hospital Review of Nonprofit Hospital and Health System CEOs to Know in 2017, 2016, and 2014; as well as awarded the 2014 Columbus Business Firstís C-Suite Award Honoree; 2013 Union County Business Leader of the Year; Columbus Business Firstís ďForty Under 40Ē in September 2005; and Modern Healthcare Magazineís Up and Comer Award in 2002.
Outside the hospital, Chip serves on the Union County Foundation Board of Trustees, is a delegate to the American Hospital Associationís Regional Policy Board (Region V), and is a Board Member of the Institute for Health Innovation of the Ohio Hospital Association. He is past Board President for the Ohio Hospital Association, the Fairbanks Local School District Board of Education, the Union County Chamber of Commerce, and the Union County Family YMCA. Chip is married, has four children, and resides in Marysville.
|Eugene Mayer |
B.S. in Agriculture from The Ohio State University. Retired from The Scotts Company after 38 years. Served as Marysville Police Auxiliary Officer concurrently while employed by The Scotts Company. Was appointed as Marysville Police Chief upon retirement from Scotts. Currently operating family farm with wife and son and doing limited consulting for major league athletic fields. Eugene and his wife are the parents of two children and six grandchildren, and members of St. Johnís Lutheran Church.
|Ryan Mickelson |
B.S. from Ball State University. A CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ holds FINRA Series 7 and 66 registrations as well as Ohio life, health, and annuity licenses. He has the AIF® (Accredited Investment Fiduciary®) Ryan lives with his wife Kelly, son Parker, and daughter Avery in Marysville.
|Jennifer Morrison, M.D.|
Doctor of Medicine degree from St. Louis University, Board-Certified Ophthalmologist from The Ohio State University specializing in the medical and surgical treatment of eye diseases. Six yearsí service as Board Chairman and Vice Chair at the former Marysville Ohio Surgical Center (now Memorial Outpatient Surgical Center). Assistant clinical professor at The Ohio State University Department of Ophthalmology. Volunteer at the Columbus Medical Association Free clinic. In private practice in Marysville for 14 years. Jennifer and her husband Matt Morrison (Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine) have 4 children.
|Roger C. Nicol |
A lifelong resident of Union County, he received his BS and MS in Agricultural Education from The Ohio State University. After a brief stint teaching Vocational Agriculture, Nicol, now retired, had a 43 year career in the cooperative system (Landmark, Countrymark and Land OíLakes) in Human Resources managing employee benefit plans for the Cooperative Group Insurance, Pension and 401(k) plans for employees throughout Ohio and Indiana. Was president of the Ohio Human Resources Council, president of the Fairbanks Board of Education, a member of the Ohio FFA Foundation and a director for the Ohio Suffolk Sheep Association. Memberships include the Ohio Agricultural Council, the Columbus Maennerchor and St. Johnís Lutheran church where he has served as elder, vice-president, secretary and currently on their Board of Endowment. Roger and Barb have two grown daughters, Tami and Amy.
|Brian Ravencraft, C.P.A.|
Brian has been with Holbrook & Manter since 1995, primarily focusing on the area of Tax Consulting and Compliance. Brian has a Bachelor of Science and Business Administration from Bowling Green State University. Brian and his wife have two children and reside in Marysville.
|Christiane Schmenk, J.D.|
J.D. The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, B.A. Ohio Northern University. Of Counsel at Bricker & Eckler LLP and President, Argus Growth. Director of the Ohio Development Services Agency; former Mayor of Marysville; former VP for External Affairs for Scotts Miracle-Gro Company; Foundation for Appalachian Ohio Board of Trustees; Womenís Small Business Accelerator; Ohio Northern University Board of Trustees; The Hope Center Marysville Board of Trustees; Past President of Union County Chamber of Commerce; Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees and Marysville Public Library Board of Trustees. Chris and her husband Mike live in Marysville with their two children and attend Marysville Grace Brethren Church.
|Alan Seymour |
Retired from 34 year career with Whirlpool Corporate Real Estate, Manufacturing and product engineering. U.S. Navy Veteran. Current Marysville City Councilman, Marysville City Planning & Design Review Boards, Chr. Of Veterans Remembrance Committee, American Legion and Chamber of Commerce. Former United Way board member. Alan and wife Cheri have two daughters and three grandchildren.
|Holly Underwood |
Licensed Funeral Director and co-owner of Underwood Funeral Home. Graduated from OSU where she served in numerous leadership positions including president of the Ohio Staters. Post college Holly worked in medical sales and was a marketing specialist. She is an elder of the First Preysbyterian Church of Marysville where she enjoys singing in the choir.
|Jim Vandre |
Jim has been in the financial services industry for 22 years. He is a Retirement Income Certified Professional and currently is affiliated with Eagle Strategies, LLC and New York Life. He started his career in 1994 with Aid Association for Lutherans. Jim also served as the Chairman of the Planned Gifts Committee with Memorial Hospitalís Development Council. Jim is married to Marlene and has three grown children, along with 4 grandchildren. Jim and Marlene are members of St. Johnís Lutheran Church in Marysville, OH. Jim is also a member of Kiwanis.
|David A. Vollrath |
Earned his B.S. in Marketing/Management from Miami University in 1979. Life-long resident of Union County; owned and operated a 3rd generation General Motors automobile franchise from 1980 until selling the business in 2001. Leadership positions on numerous community boards. He has served as The Union County Foundationís Executive Director since the fall of 2001. He has been married to his wife Jane since 1979. Dave and Jane have two grown children and four grandchildren.
|Carol Young, Ph.D.|
Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Ohio University, B.A. and M.A. from Marshall University in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and Education. Former Superintendent of North Union Local School District and served as a school administrator, teacher, and speech-language pathologist in Ohio schools. Currently works as part-time faculty with Otterbein University and as a school improvement consultant with Buckeye Community Hope Foundation. Carol and her husband Craig have one child and one granddaughter and are members of the Richwood First United Methodist Church.
|Steve Yurasek, J.D.|
B.S. Business Administration (1974) and J.D. (1979) from The Ohio State University; 31 year Partner at Allen, Yurasek, Merklin & Owens-Ruff Law Office. Past and Present Affiliations: Union County YMCA, United Way of Union County and Red Cross; Union County and Ohio State Bar Associations; First United Methodist Church of Marysville.
|Ron Zimmerly |
Ron graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture Economics, with a specialization in Finance. He is a twenty-three year veteran of the banking industry, and is currently serving as President and CEO of Liberty National Bank. He currently serves on the Board of the Hardin County Economic Development Council, Discovery Riders Board of Directors is past chairman for the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance. Ron, his wife Kelli and their family reside in Bellefontaine.