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April 26, 2012

Foundation welcomes new board members

DANVILLE — The Provena United Samaritans Medical Center Foundation welcomes three new members to its board of directors.

Deanna Witzel is co-owner/operator, with husband, Don, of McDonald’s DND Witzel Enterprises. She served as a member of the foundation board for nine years.

An active member of the community, she currently serves on the Danville School District 118 Foundation Board. She and her husband have been extremely active and visible supporters of the foundation since moving their family to Danville 11 years ago.

Minni Seth is a local Realtor associated with Coldwell Banker Honig Bell Real Estate. Prior to moving to Danville, Seth worked as a senior claims specialist with Allstate Insurance, as well as providing technical training and support to the sales forces of both P&G Pharmaceuticals and Pfizer.

She and her husband, Maruti, moved to Danville in 2003, and both became active in community events. She is currently a member of the Danville YMCA and the Executive Club.

Mike Bryant is the president and CEO of Bryant Industries, Inc., a family-owned business founded in 1961 in Westville.

Both Bryant and his company are extremely dedicated to supporting Danville and surrounding communities through charitable contributions and other company resources.

Bryant presently serves on the St. Mary’s Catholic Church Foundation Board, the Westville Academic Alumni Association Board, the Danville Lions Club and Vermilion Advantage Board of Directors.

Bryant also has been active as a member of the Stewardship Committee of the foundation.

The Provena United Samaritans Medical Center Foundation Board of Directors also includes: chair, Jim Anderson; Bob Boesdorfer; Starna Dudley; Bob Ervin; Chris Heeren; Julius W. Hegeler; Dr. Timothy Horner; Mike Hulvey; Dr. JoMel Labayog; vice chair, Phil Muehl; Mary Norenberg; Gary Resh; Rick Rotramel; secretary, Linda Darby Sempsrott; John Shane; treasurer, Eric Shore; and Sandi Wood.

 

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