WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE (OH) - The Fayette County Memorial Hospital (FCMH)
Foundation recently elected Gary Butts to the board of directors. Butts
will serve a three year term to the seat vacated by Pamela Langley-Pittel,
who has served since the Foundation originated in 2010.
Butts is a native of the area, growing up in Madison County. He has lived
in Fayette County for 45 years, of which 30 years was spent as a Farm
Equipment Dealer for the former London Truck & Tractor, and 13 years
as a Realtor with Weade Realtors & Auctioneers LLC. Butts and his
wife Skeet, former teacher at Miami Trace Local Schools, are now retired
and enjoy spending time with friends and their three children and eight
grandchildren. Butts is no stranger to community service, having served
on the board of directors for the United Way of Fayette County and Fayette
County Chamber of Commerce. He has also been involved with the Masons,
Aladdin Shrine, Elks, and is a member of the American Legion.
“I’m looking forward to being part of the Foundation board
and doing what I can to help generate resources to provide equipment and
upgrades to the hospital that will benefit the community,” said Butts.
The FCMH Foundation Board of Directors is comprised of fifteen people who
all work or live in Fayette County, and their mission is to help forge
the future of the Fayette County Memorial Hospital by increasing awareness
of needs and raising funds.
Butts will join fellow board members, Ron Amore, Vanessa Blevins, Andrew
Daniels, Kathy Dean, Mike Diener, Nick Epifano, Rob Herron, Bill Junk,
Shirley Pettit, Sarah Thompson, and the executive team of Roger Kirkpatrick
– President, Shannon Jacobs- Vice President, Ron Ratliff-Treasurer
and Norma Kirby- Secretary.
“Pam was one of the founding members of the FCMH Foundation board
of directors. We will greatly miss her insight and dedication, however
we appreciate that she is ready for some time with her family after serving
for eight years,” said Foundation Executive Director, Whitney Gentry.
Established in 2010, the foundation has purchased numerous medical supplies
and equipment for the hospital, assisted in the construction of the Women’s
Wellness Center, and remodeled the Emergency Department registration &
waiting areas. To find out more about the FCMH Foundation, visit
www.fcmh.org or call Whitney Gentry at 740-333-2710.
For more information:
Fayette County Memorial Hospital
Leader of Business Development
1430 Columbus Avenue
Washington Court House OH 43160