FORT MADISON – The Fort Madison Community Hospital Foundation’s Board of Directors has selected Chuck Osmanski as the President of the Board effective January 26th, 2018. He will serve a two-year term, replacing JoAnn Lampe. Osmanski has been a member of the Foundation Board since 2012. Osmanski is an active member of the community. He retired as the Store Director of the Fort Madison Hy-Vee in 2013.
“I am honored to have been selected as the President of the Fort Madison Community Hospital Foundation Board of Directors. I congratulate JoAnn Lampe on the announcement of her joining the FMCH Hospital Board of Directors. She has done a tremendous job for the Foundation. I pledge to continue to guide the Foundation on our mission, to financially support the mission of the Fort Madison Community Hospital for generations to come. We have a fantastic board of directors and I am looking forward to continuing working with them,” Osmanski said.
The FMCH Foundation Board of Directors is made up of 13 community members who volunteer their time to guide and assist the foundation in raising funds to support the work of Fort Madison Community Hospital.
Other members of the board include: Jim Gerdes,; Ann Menke; JoAnn Lampe; Kevin Rink; Bob Huffman, Jr.; Jenny Steffensmeier; Rachel Benda; Eric Boeding; Sharon Scholl-Nabulsi; Lynn Hoyer; Becky Fullenkamp; and Marilyn Holmes.
The FMCH Foundation manages monetary donations made to FMCH. This fundraising arm of the hospital actively works to build a strong endowment fund to be used for future projects at FMCH. The endowment fund has recently achieved the $3.0 million mark.
“We are very fortunate to have a strong Foundation Board of Directors dedicated to the continuing success of Fort Madison Community Hospital. They generously give of their time to increase the awareness of the Foundation and build upon our existing funds,” said Carrie Green, Executive Director, FMCH Foundation.