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MCH welcomes new board members
January 20, 2012
Madison County Hospital announced that Ed Goodyear, Jim Hunt, and Rod Kronk have been elected to the Hospital Board of Trustees.
Ed Goodyear is a lifelong resident of Madison County. He has been a Certified Public Accountant since 1971 and retired as Treasurer of The Dispatch Printing Company in 2008. He currently serves as Treasurer and Farm Manager for Agricultural Lands, Inc. here in Madison County. Ed’s past civic activities include serving on the Boards of St. Patrick School, Community Day Care, and Red Cross of Madison County. Ed and his family have supported Madison County Hospital since it opened in 1962, and he and Michele are new members of the Foundation’s Keystone Society.
Jim Hunt attended Iowa State University for his undergraduate degree in Agricultural Business and received his Masters in Agricultural Economics from The Ohio State University. Since 1986, Jim had been President of Buckeye Ford, Inc. Jim’s community activities include membership and leadership roles in the London Kiwanis Club, London Area Chamber of Commerce, London City School Board of Education, and London School Foundation. Jim and his wife, Jan, live in London and are members of the Foundation’s Keystone Society.
Rod Kronk is a graduate of Madison Plains High School and Bowling Green State University with a BSBA in Finance and Insurance. Rod is owner and agent of Kronk & Scaggs Insurance. Rod holds both the Certified Insurance Councilor and Certified Insurance Service Representative designations. Rod’s community activities include London Public Library Board of Directors, United Way Campaign Cabinet Member, and Kiwanis Youth Soccer Coach. Both Rod and his wife Ginger’s family roots go deep at Madison County Hospital, and they are also members of the Foundation’s Keystone Society.