HRH Foundation adds community leaders to board
December 14, 2009
Miles City — Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation recently elected five new board members and elected new officers.
New community leaders now serving on the HRH Foundation board include:
Janelle Notbohm, marketing director of Notbohm Motors in Miles City;
Kathy Sparr, physician recruitment coordinator for HRH, and former statewide special projects and event coordinator for U.S. Senator Conrad Burns;
Father Rob Oswald, pastor of the Sacred Heart Church in Miles City since July 2008;
Roger Muggli, chair of the Muggli Bros. family farm that was started in 1925; and
Jeff Harding, of Harding Land & Cattle Company and a family-owned real estate investment business.
In addition to Notbohm, Sparr, Oswald, Muggli and Harding, other community leaders serving on the HRH Foundation Board include: Lea Moore, chair; Marvin Starck, vice chair; Patty Beeson, Doug Benge, CPA, Bill Mitchell, Sharon Oftedal, Ron Webb and Jackie Muri, CGPA.
The Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation, partners with donor-investors to make a lasting difference toward health-related projects, services and solutions in eastern Montana. All of the Foundation work is community-focused, and 100% of all funds raised stay local. To learn more or contact the Foundation, call 233.2604, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.hrhfoundation.com.