Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation has welcomed Lacy Glenn, Cheryl Huggins, DJ Kennedy and Greg Patrick to serve on the TMH Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Lacy Glenn, a wife and mother of three, lives in Nokomis and works as a school counselor at Taylorville High School. She holds a B.S. in Mathematics with a sequence in Secondary Education from ISU, M.S. in Human Development Counseling from EIU and a M.S. in Educational Leadership from SIUE. Lacy enjoys spending time with her family, coaching her kids’ sports teams, serving on the Christian County CEO Board and volunteering at St. Louis Catholic Church. Lacy is eager to serve on the TMH Foundation Board because the value the work the foundation brings to the community.
Cheryl Huggins retired from a long career as an Administrative Assistant at Taylorville High School. Cheryl and her husband have one daughter, an x-ray tech in Downers Grove who piqued her interest in getting involved with the hospital auxiliary and foundation. A life-long resident of Taylorville, Cheryl currently serves on the Board of Trustees at the First United Methodist Church, TMH Auxiliary and is a past member of the Taylorville Cups Wine Event. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading and gardening.
DJ Kennedy resides in Taylorville with his wife, Kathy, where they raised their two sons. Recently retired from Ameren, DJ has been active in the community throughout his entire career. He has served as chairman of the board for the local United Way of Christian County and Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce, in addition to his involvement with St. Mary’s Catholic Church. DJ is no stranger to the Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation Board previously serving as a director from 2012 to 2015. He has accepted another term given the importance the hospital has in the community. DJ enjoys spending time with his grandchildren, traveling and golfing.
Greg Patrick lives in Taylorville with his wife, Brenda, and their youngest son who is currently attending Lincoln Land Community College. He also has a son who currently lives in West Virginia and a daughter who recently graduated from Illinois State University. A retired teacher and administrator, Greg spent 17 years in the Taylorville School District and 10 years in the South Fork School District. He currently serves on committees at the First United Methodist Church and enjoys working part time at his church. “I consider it a privilege to serve on the TMH Foundation Board”, says Greg.
“We are thrilled to welcome these accomplished individuals to our leadership,” said TMH Foundation president, Scott McClure. “Their experience in the community and the commitment they are making to the mission of TMH is incredibly valuable and we are excited to have them be of service”.
Board of Directors serve two 3-year terms and are recommended by the foundation’s board development committee annually.
The Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation is a nonprofit, incorporated as a 501(c)3, organized in February 1995 and invites and accepts financial gifts. In 2017, the Foundation awarded over $113,000 in grants to support patient care, education and community health outreach. If you would like to make a tax deductible contribution checks can be made payable to Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation and mailed to TMH Foundation, 201 East Pleasant Street, Taylorville, IL 62568 or donations can be made online at taylorvillememorial.org.