The Marshall Foundation Board of Trustees recently elected new officers for 2014: President Penny Lehrman, BSRN; Vice President Bob Gillett; Secretary Maria Pasquale; and Treasurer Judy Morris. Retired Chief of Police George Nielsen is the past president.
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Lehrman has served on the board since January 2008 and currently serves on the executive committee, the marketing and donor relations committee and the honor-a-nurse event committee.
She moved from Massachusetts to Placerville in 1977 and received her bachelor of science degree in nursing from the University of Massachusetts. After moving to California, she was hired as an RN in medical/surgical and OB areas at Marshall Medical Center.
Lehrman has worked with a variety of healthcare programs throughout El Dorado County, including: Women’s Health, Outpatient Family Medicine and Community Health Education.
Lehrman served as the health coordinator for the El Dorado County Office of Education’s Child Development Programs where she was a champion for healthcare services for low-income children and families. She later became the RN manager of Health Promotions at Marshall and later the director of human resources.
She currently serves as the clinical director of the Community Care Network at Marshall Medical Center.
Lehrman cherishes her three children, being involved in community service, all active outdoor activities, yoga, breathing deeply and travel adventures with her loving partner of more than 36 years, retired physician Jon Lehrman MD.
The foundation also welcomes new board members: Debi Harlow, community relations manager for El Dorado Disposal, is the company’s top liaison to scores of community groups, service organizations and government leaders on the county’s western slope having worked for the company since 1989; Andrea Howard is principal planner for Parker Development Company of El Dorado Hills and has been involved since 1994 in various aspects of the organization including residential property management, land planning, entitlements and construction management and administration; Marsha Jackson of El Dorado Savings Bank is the branch manager of the downtown Placerville office having been with the bank since 1995; and Bryan Phipps, attorney for Weintraub Tobin Chediak Coleman Grodin Law Corporation of Sacramento, is an associate in the firm’s estate planning, tax and fiduciary abuse and litigation groups with his practice focusing on estate and trust litigation, financial/fiduciary abuse, elder financial abuse, trust administration, probate and conservatorships.
While assisting the community in accomplishing its dreams through philanthropy, Marshall Foundation for Community Health and its board members have supported Marshall Medical Center and community health programs since 1974 by funding programs that care for people.
Over the years funds have grown significantly, benefitting community residents with expanded access to healthcare programs and caring assistance.
For further information contact Karen Good, CFRM, CNEL, executive director, Marshall Foundation, PO Box 1996, 1124 Sherman St., Placerville 95667 or [email protected]