New members have been added to the Boards of Directors of Elk Regional Health System and ELCO Housing, Inc.
“I am pleased to announce that we have added several civic-minded individuals to our organization,” said Gregory P. Bauer, the President and CEO of Elk Regional Health System. “They are generously volunteering their time to ensure that Elk Regional Health System remains a strong, vibrant community asset. We are grateful for their time and expertise.”
Elk Regional Health System
David A. Nedzinski and John Piccolo were recently added to the Elk Regional Health System Board of Directors. The 18-member Board oversees the operation of the Health System and its affiliates.
Mr. Nedzinski is retired from Elk Regional Health Center, where he worked for 35 years. While at the Health Center, he was the Director of Pharmacy and Professional Services and also served as a member of the senior management team. Mr. Nedzinski is a member of the City of St. Marys Board of Health. He also serves as the secretary of the Alpine Meadows Association Board of Directors and is the chairman of its construction committee. Mr. Nedzinski’s wife, Lois, is a retired elementary school teacher. They have two grown children and two grandsons.
Mr. Nedzinski is a member of the ELCO Housing, Inc. Board of Directors. His term on the Health System Board of Directors expires in 2016.
Mr. Piccolo is the Director of Continuing Education at Penn State University at DuBois, where he manages the campus outreach functions with the primary mission of helping individuals, organizations, and communities obtain a competitive workforce advantage through education and training. Mr. Piccolo’s also works with organizations to conduct Return on Investment studies to illustrate the value of training and education. In April, he was named an American Council on Education Fellow for academic year 2012-2013. He and his wife, Becky, have three boys.
His term on the Health System Board of Directors expires in 2016.
ELCO Housing, Inc.
Steve Stoltz was added to the ELCO Housing, Inc. Board of Directors. The board oversees the operation of the ELCO Glen housing complex, a 32-unit, multi-tenant, independent living facility for low-income elderly, handicapped or disabled individuals.
Mr. Stoltz is an owner of Stoltz of St. Marys. He is currently a member of the Queen of the World Church Finance Council and is a soccer coach for the soccer league in Fox Township. He and his wife, Billie Jo, have four children: Madison, Peyton, Rhett, and Flynn.
His term expires in 2015.