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March 10, 2006

MAURY REGIONAL HOSPITAL APPOINTS NEW ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS

The Maury Regional Hospital Board of Trustees recently announced the appointment of Harlan Bowsher, Eric Cox, and Ron Hanson to serve three-year terms on the advisory board.

Harlan Bowsher, retired plant manager for General Electric, has been appointed to the pension plan and internal audit committees. Mr. Bowsher served on the hospital’s board of trustees for 26 years and prior to this on the advisory board from 1971-1978.  During his service on the board, he chaired the finance and budget, professional contracts, and internal audit committees. In addition, he made contributions as a member of the physician liaison, pension plan, land ad hoc, and physician recruitment committees. Mr. Bowsher received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Ohio State University.

Eric Cox, store manager for Shapard Lumber Company, has been appointed to the human resources and planning and facilities committees.  Mr. Cox was born at Maury Regional Hospital and has lived in Columbia his entire life.  He is a graduate of Central High School and Columbia State Community College and has been the store manager of Shapard Lumber Company for the past eight years.  Mr. Cox is also the pastor and founder of Christ Is The Way Church and served as the president of the Maury County Ministerial Association in 2005.

Ron Hanson, manager of human resources at Cytec Industries, Inc. in Mt. Pleasant, has been appointed to the internal audit and human resources committees. Mr. Hanson has more than 37 years of experience in human resources and has worked for several Fortune 300 companies. He joined Cytec Industries in September 1996. Mr. Hanson earned a B.B.A. degree from Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. He is currently actively involved in the Duck River Society for Human Resource Management, the Boys & Girls Club, Maury Vision 20/20, Maury Alliance, the Mt. Pleasant Alliance, and his church. 

 

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