LUMBERTON — Southeastern Regional Medical Center honored six former medical center and foundation board members with emeritus status during its annual board planning conference on June 2.
The ceremony, held at the UNC Pembroke Annex Building, honored the trustees for their volunteer service to the medical center..
“These individuals have devoted countless hours to the work of Southeastern Regional Medical Center and its foundation over a number of years,” said SRMC President/CEO Joann Anderson. “It is through their efforts, in part, that the medical center and its supporting foundation have been able to ensure accessible, quality health care is available to people throughout this region.”
The honorees and highlights from their most recent years of service to the respective boards are:
— Dr. Bob Andrews, who was honored for his work as a trustee and foundation board member. He served on the the trustees board from 2000 to 2010; served on the medical center’s Executive Board; and on the Medical Staff Development Committee and Quality and Safety Oversight Development Committee. He served on the foundation board from 1990 to 2000, served as chair of the foundation board from 1996 to 1999; served as chairman of Executive and Nominating Committees for the foundation; was chairman of the Take It To The Top! Capital Campaign that raised more than $4.6 million; served on the Advanced Leadership Division for the Heart Center Campaign; and served on the Academic Scholarship Endowment Program.
— John P. Barker, who served on the medical center board from 2000 to 2010; served as chairman of the medical center board in 1997 and 1998; and served on the following committees: Executive, Compensation, Retirement and Investment, and Medical Staff.
— John A. Staton, who served on the medical center board from 1996 to 2007; served on the Nominating and President/CEO Search Committees; served on the Robeson Community College board of trustees, Robeson County Community Foundation; and as chairman of the board of the African-American Cultural Center.
— Claude W. Fulghum, who served on foundation board from 1998 to 2011; served as chairman for Annual Giving and Nominating Committee for Foundation; served as chairman for the SRMC Golf Tournament in 2007 and 2011; and served on the Take it to the Top!, Southeastern Heart Center and Academic Endowment campaigns.
— Anne T. McQueen, who served on the foundation board from 1998 to 2010; served on the Take it to the Top!, Southeastern Heart Center and Academic Endowment campaigns; served on the Gala Committee in 1997 and 1998; and served on Nominating, Planned Giving and Annual Giving Committees for Foundation
— Horace E. Stacy Jr., who served on the medical center’s Executive Committee; served on foundation board from 1997 to 2009; served as chairman of foundation board in 2000 and 2001; served as chairman of Annual Giving, Nominating and Planned Giving Committees for the foundation; served as chairman of the Academic Endowment Campaign; and served on the Take it to the Top! and Heart Center campaigns.