A local banker and a well-known business owner have joined the Jacksonville Memorial Hospital board of directors.
Kim Andras, a commercial/agriculture loan officer at CNB Bank & Trust in Chapin, and Saif Mouilish, founder and CEO of SafeCo group, best known locally for its donut shop and bakery, were recently elected to serve four-year terms on the nonprofit hospital’s board.
Andras serves on the Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce board, University of Illinois Extension Council and is a member of Faith Bible Church in Springfield. Andras, her husband, Will, and their two children, Peri and Peyton, live in Manchester, where they raise purebred Red Angus cattle.
Mouilish operates SafeCo group, which oversees the SafeCo Donuts and Bakery brand, the Old Fashioned Delights brand and the Trolley Stop brand. Mouilish lives in Jacksonville with his spouse and three children. Outside of operating his business, his interests include classic car trading and investing, professional soccer, Taekwondo and cycling.
Mouilish replaces retiring board member Nancy Spangenberg, who served 12 years on the board. Andras fills the seat vacated by Greg Lepper, who served for a decade.
The Jacksonville Memorial Hospital board of directors comprises 16 members. In addition to Andras and Mouilish, members are Douglas Awe, Chris Barrett, Reginald Benton, Barbara Farley, Dr. Daniel Hallam, Dr. James Hinchen, Lindsay McQueen, Maryjane Million, Polly Pulley, Dr. Peter Russotto, Kelly Staake, Stephen Symons, Thomas Veith and Bradley Wilson.