FCMH Board Members
Dr. Lenora Fitton – President
Dr. Fitton is the owner of ABC Pediatrics of Ohio which she established
in Washington Court House in 2003. She did her training at the Oklahoma
State University – College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
She completed her Pediatric residency at Doctor’s Hospital in Columbus,
Ohio. She is board certified in Pediatrics.
Dr. Fitton enjoys caring for special needs children and their families.
She has received specialized training with the Building Mental Health
and Wellness thru Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Her hobbies include stained glass, photography, traveling and watching
Buckeye football and her daughter compete in gymnastics. She lives in
Washington Court House with her two adopted children, Nick and Alicia.
Brian Ream – 1st Vice President
A graduate of Washington High School and DeVry Institute, Brian Ream worked
in the electronics industry for over 40 years. His 35-year career was
spent with YSI/Measurement Specialties/TE Connectivity (name changes due
to mergers and acquisitions). He held positions in management, sales,
and engineering with the company which focuses on the design, manufacture,
and sales of precision temperature sensors.
He is actively involved at Grace United Methodist Church and serves as
a volunteer, assistant tennis coach for Washington High School.
Emphasizing his interest in physical fitness, Mr. Ream joined the FCMH
Board in 2017 because he wanted to become involved in and support the
community where he has lived his entire life.
Mark Richards – 2nd Vice President
Mr. Richards is a graduate of: Buckeye Valley High School and the Graduate
School of Banking Madison Wisconsin 2002-2005.He currently serves as Manager
of First State Bank, Washington Court House. From 1997 to 2014 he was
Regional President of Advantage Bank, prior to the sale of that operation.
Mr. Richards notes that he accepted the appointment to the FCMH Board
because he wanted to assist the hospital staff to continue to provide
quality, local healthcare. His first term began in 2011. In 2018 he was
appointed to a second term which will expire in 2024.
Ralph Stegbauer- Secretary
Mr. Stegbauer went from growing up in Fayetteville, Ohio, to spending his
adult life in Fayette County, Ohio. He has over 30 years of experience
in equipment maintenance and supervision through his careers at Greenline
Equipment and Airborne/ABX Air. He then spent 5 years as a Registered
Sanitarian with the Fayette County Public Health District. His wife, Nancy,
served there as the Director of Nursing and both are now retired. Mr.
Stegbauer has served with the Concord Green Township Fire Department for
44 years, holding the position of Chief since 2007. It is through his
work as a first responder, the satisfaction he gets from serving the community,
and helping those in need that he agreed to serve on the Board of Trustees.
He joined the board in 2019.
Myron Priest – Member at Large
A graduate of Fairfield High School in Leesburg, Mr. Priest studied Business
Management at Columbus State. He spent 54 years in the natural gas industry
and currently serves as a consultant for that utility.
In addition to his service with FCMH, he is a member Fayette County Board
of Elections and the Fayette County Selective Service System.
In commenting about his service to FCMH, Mr. Priest notes that a phone
call from a County Commissioner piqued his interest which led to his decision
to serve the community.
Myron Priest’s service to the Board of Trustees started in 2007 and
ran into 2015. He was reappointed in 2016 to fill an unexpired term.
Jenny Breedlove – Member at Large
A lifelong resident of Washington Court House, Ms. Breedlove is a graduate
of Bowling Green State University. She then went on to receive her Masters
of Education at Wright State. After spending 29 years teaching science
at Washington Court House City Schools, she is now retired. Jenny looks
forward to serving the community through her position on the FCMH Board
of Trustees. Ms. Breedlove was appointed to her first term with the Board
of Trustees in March of 2020 for a term expiring in 2026.