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HRH Board Welcomes Smith and Bickle

January 15, 2014
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Holy Rosary Healthcare (HRH) is pleased to announce the recent election of two board members, Sister Sharon Smith and Bill Bickle.  Smith and Bickle will join fellow community leaders and board members – Jason Barker, Bill Oftedal, Jim Regan, Katherine Franchett, Paul Lewis, Niki Munroe, Polly Petersen, Rachel Armstrong, Ronald Hathaway, and Tammie McFarland – in service to the HRH Board.

A resident of Pryor, MT, Sister Sharon Smith has served in numerous roles:  Vocation Director and Director of Lay Associates for the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, Parish Minister, high-school religion teacher, as well as Pastoral Administrator.  Smith holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from Montana State University, and a Master’s in Spirituality from Seattle University.  She has been a member of the board of directors for House of Charity, St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store, St. Vincent Healthcare and St. James Healthcare. 

 

 

From Miles City, MT, Bill Bickle is the Chief Credit Officer at Stockman Financial Corporation and Stockman Bank of Montana.  Bickle has earned Bachelor of Science degrees Economics and Business from Montana State University, and received a professional certification in banking from the University of Washington.  With a wealth of financial budgeting and tax planning expertise, Bickle has served as Trustee of Miles Community College and Miles City Public Library, Director of the Montana Bankers’ Association, and Executive Secretary for Southeastern Montana Livestock Association.

“Holy Rosary appreciates the outstanding service of Traci Schell and Roger Muggli, retiring members of our Board of Directors, and we welcome Sister Sharon Smith and Bill Bickle,” commented Paul Lewis, HRH CEO.  “The commitment and expertise of these leaders help sustain accessible, quality healthcare in our community and navigate the future of Holy Rosary Healthcare.”