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2014 Board of Trustees

Leadership and insight are provided to Providence Hospice and Home Care through the direction of a volunteer Community Advisory Board of Directors & The Foundation Board of Trustees. These individuals are representatives of our community, spanning the realm of business, philanthropy, education, and civic leadership.

Foundation Board Officers 

President:  Ken Clay

Vice President:  Sue Gammell

Secretary:  Mary Knoll

Treasurer:  Nik Halladay

PHHC Foundation, Snohomish County Board of Trustees

Sister Georgette Bayless, Hospice Founder, Sister of Providence, Seattle
Jeep Carpenter, Anderson Hunter Law, Everett
Ken Clay, R A Investment Properties, LLC, Lynnwood
Cheryl Cline, UW Neighborhood Clinic, Woodinville
Dr. Jim Congdon, Providence Regional Cancer Partnership, Everett
Lorna Corrigan, Newton-Kight Law Firm, Everett
Hans Dankers, Retired Family Physician, Monroe
Sue Gammell, Banner Bank, Everett
Dr. Art Gerdes, Retired Radiation Oncologist, Edmonds
Nik Halladay, Community Volunteer, Everett
Carolyn Johnson, Community Volunteer, Mill Creek
Fontelle Jones, Great Yarns!, Everett
Mary Knoll, Community Volunteer, Mukilteo
Kerri Lonergan-Dreke, Lombardi's Italian, Everett
Jeanne Metzger, Community Volunteer, Everett
Kippy Murphy, Software Consultant, Everett
Brian Olson, Olson Investment and Management, Everett
Lindsey Savage, Tollefsen Law, Lynnwood
Jana Shaw, Community Volunteer, Everett
Brian Sloan, Everett AquaSox, Everett

Angelique Leone, Foundation Director

Providence Hospice and Home Care of Snohomish County is a member of the Home Care Association of Washington, National Association of Home Care, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, and the Washington State Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.

Providence Hospice and Home Care of Snohomish County has the largest hospice and home health care program in the area.