Community Memorial Elects 4 New Board Members

Village Manager Mark Fitzgerald among the four newly elected members of the board.

The Hospital Board of Directors has elected four new board members to help lead the medical facility.

Here are the newest members:

  • Dr. Susan Borden, Sussex –Borden is the district administrator for the Germantown School District. A native of Poynette Wisconsin, Borden has been with the Germantown School District since 2010. She resides in Sussex.
  • Mark Fitzgerald, Menomonee Falls – Fitzgerald is the village manager for Menomonee Falls, a position he was appointed to in November 2006. Fitzgerald resides in Menomonee Falls with his wife, Elaine, and has five children.
  • Cedric Mays, Menomonee Falls – for IS Business Continuity Planning and has worked at Northwestern Mutual since 2002. Mays resides in Menomonee Falls with his wife, Lula, and has two children. He's helped raise millions for the United Way.
  • Eric Nelson, Menomonee Falls – Nelson has been with Fiserv, Inc. since 2006 and has held the position of vice president & associate general council for Fiserv, Inc., since 2010. He lives in Menomonee Falls with his wife, Angela, and their son.

Current officers for the Community Memorial Hospital Board of Directors are Robert Pieters, chairman; Ronald Bast, vice chairman; Douglas Stadelmann, secretary; Daniel Hart, treasurer; and Dennis Pollard, president.

Additional board members include Richard C. Becker; Clarence Dittmar (emeritus); Ronald Dix (emeritus); Sharon Ellis; Daniel Hart; Donald Heyrman, MD (emeritus); Christine Specht-Palmert; Susan Templin; Robyn Turtenwald and Michael White, MD.

W . Benz August 27, 2012 at 09:30 PM
After the Hotel debacle they appointed Fitzgerald !....... Unbelivable


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