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About Us

Board Officers


CHAIR: John Finlay, Attorney, Finlay, Beard and Johnson, Xenia
VICE CHAIR: Cheryl Lightle, Principal, Cheryl Lightle Consulting, Beavercreek
TREASURER: Eric Murray, Principal, MoneyWise /G.A. Campbell Insurance Agency, Fairborn
SECRETARY: Catherine LeSourd, Community Leader, Xenia

Board Members


Sarah Amend, Community Leader, Yellow Springs
Dr. Linda Bailey, Surgeon, Beavercreek
Joan Baxter, Volunteer Representative, Greene Memorial Hospital, Xenia
Terry Burns, President/Executive Vice President, Kettering Medical Center/Kettering Health Network
Rick Dodds, President, Greene Memorial Hospital, Xenia/Soin Medical Center, Beavercreek
Lisa Caldwell, Community Leader, Jamestown
Doug Fannin, Attorney, Fairborn
Berkwood Farmer, Professor/Retired Dean, Raj Soin School of Business, Wright State University
Dale Hagler, Owner, Apple Country Farm Market, Spring Valley
Phil Houston, Retired, Director of Development, Greene County, Beavercreek
Herb Lemaster, principal, Clark, Schaeffer and Hackett, Xenia
Bud May, retired colonel, United States Air Force, Beavercreek
Don Monk, Volunteer Representative, Soin Medical Center, Beavercreek

Jeff Brock, President
Jeff joined the Foundation full time in 2012 after consulting with GMF since 2010, and on the Foundation board from 2008-2010. Jeff spent 22 years at Cedarville University in advancement and public relations, and was an executive pastor at a local church for 6 years. He lives in Cedarville with his wife, Betsy. They have 4 sons.

Casi Herstine, Development Coordinator
Casi joined the Foundation team in 2014. She is a graduate of Wright State University’s Raj Soin College of Business with a degree in Management. She and her husband, Kevin, reside in Dayton.

Donna Saraga, Community Relations Coordinator, Greene Memorial Hospital/Soin Medical Center
Donna collaborates with and represents the Foundation as the community relations coordinator for both hospitals. Donna holds a bachelors and masters from Miami University in Speech Pathology and Audiology. She came to Greene Memorial in 1999 and served in a variety of positions before serving in community relations in 2012. She lives with her husband, John, and son in Xenia.

Linda Richardson, Volunteer Coordinator, Greene Memorial Hospital
Linda has served at Greene Memorial for more than 40 years in a variety of capacities. She assumed responsibility for the volunteers in 2000. A native of Jamestown, Linda continues to live in Jamestown with her husband and with her 2 daughters and her grandchildren are nearby.

Marilee Pretzinger, Volunteer Coordinator, Soin Medical Center
Marilee is a charter staff member of Soin Medical Center, helping begin and ready the volunteer program for the hospital's 2012 opening. She previously worked for Kettering Medical Center, helping with their volunteer and community wellness programs. Marilee lives with her husband in Kettering and has 2 grown children.

Brenda Stoddard, Administrative Assistant/Grant Coordinator
Brenda joined the Foundation team in 2017 and also serves the leadership of Soin Medical Center and Greene Memorial Hospital. Brenda previously served at Cedarville University as director of events for the Advancement division with Executive Administrative duties. She and her husband, Denny, reside in Jamestown; they have a daughter, son in law and 3 grandchildren.

Greene Memorial Hospital
Greene Memorial Hospital in Xenia serves to improve the quality of life for people in eastern Greene County. As a full service, acute medical facility serving since 1951, Greene offers quality emergency, cardiac, stroke, surgical, outpatient rehabilitation, and cancer treatment services.

The John C. Hoctel Emergency and Trauma Center is a Level III trauma center. The Ruth G. McMillan Cancer Center has been nationally recognized and includes a linear accelerator among its offerings. Our Imaging Center is the first in Greene County to offer the life-saving technology of Breast Specific Gamma Imaging and Digital Mammography.

You can direct gifts to a facility or a Greene Memorial program of your choice, or give to the Friends of the Hospital Fund to be assigned at the discretion of the Foundation's Board of Directors to areas of greatest need.

Soin Medical Center
Opened in 2012, Soin Medical Center in Beavercreek offers acute medical services to those in western Greene County, southwestern Clark and eastern Montgomery Counties. In addition to emergency, cardiac, stroke, and surgery services, Soin houses Greene County's only maternity facility and a unique Testing Center that is patient-centric for the latest in lab and imaging services. Soin now offers Greene County the latest in surgery options with the addition of the daVinci robotic surgery system.

You can direct gifts to a facility or to a Soin Medical Center program of your choice, or give to the Friends of the Hospital Fund to be assigned at the discretion of the Foundation's Board of Directors to areas of greatest need.


Call (937) 352-2250 or use our Contact Form.