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|Galesburg Cottage Hospital CEO Named to Orpheum Board of Directors
|POSTED 9:40 a-m 5/29/09 The Orpheum Theatre recently appointed Mr. Kenneth Hutchenrider to its board of directors. Mr. Hutchenrider is CEO of Galesburg Cottage Hospital.
"Ken brings exceptional business acumen to the Orpheum Theatre board," said Jan Occhi, Orpheum Theatre board chair. "Ken has increased patient satisfaction, expanded Cottage Hospital's services and recruited ten new medical staff members to Galesburg in a relatively short amount of time since joining the Cottage Hospital team. The Orpheum Theatre board is pleased that Ken is willing to share his talents with our organization at this critical time."
In addition to Mr. Hutchenrider's myriad professional experiences and awards, he also brings many years of active participation in civic, business and community organizations. In addition to his appointment to the Orpheum Theatre board, Mr. Hutchenrider serves his community as president of the United Way of Knox County, as a member of Galesburg Hospitals Ambulance Service and as a member of the adult choir at Corpus Christi Church.
"I welcome the opportunity of being a part of the Orpheum's future growth and success. I am very cognizant of the cultural importance of this historical landmark and remain convinced that Galesburg can find a noble way in which to support the theatre while continuing to cherish it," said Hutchenrider.
Knox County Clerk Scott Erickson (left) administers the oath of office to new Orpheum Theatre board member Ken Hutchenrider (right)
(submitted by Orpheum Theatre's Kate Francis, President & Managing Director)
|05 28 09 by Newsroom
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