Oceanside CA— The Tri-City Hospital Foundation welcomes two new board directors, Dawn Koutsky and Darrell Pilant, for a three-year term. Both bring a history of community involvement to their roles, and as newcomers, fresh perspective for further strong board leadership.
“People who are locally connected to the health and business communities are a perfect fit for our board,” said Glen Newhart, president of the Tri-City Hospital Foundation. “Dawn and Darrell bring this, and strong business acumen from their professional careers.”
With a healthcare background that spans over 30 years, Dawn Koutsky has dedicated her career to healthcare organizations in San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino and Orange Counties. She is Director of Business Development at Advantage Health Systems and is a member of Serving Seniors, a group of healthcare professionals dedicated to making the lives of seniors in San Diego county better. Dawn is past president of the San Marcos Community Foundation and is an RCFE Certified Administrator. She and her husband David enjoy spending time with family and friends and camping with their rescued pug.
Darrell Pilant is Vice President and Assistant General Manager at Caesars Entertainment Corporation, where he oversees marketing and operations. Passionate about giving back, Darrell is committed to helping create a better community in which to live and work. He has held a board position with the Oceanside Museum of Art, is a retired Lieutenant Commander in the US Naval Reserve and is a graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy. In his spare time he enjoys playing golf, working around the house and spending time with his wife Jenna and their three dogs.
Continuing executive board members include board Chair, Kevin Stotmeister of Federal Heath Sign Company, retired US Marine Colonel John Todd, Neal Stehly of HUB International, Julie Wright of San Diego public relations firm (W)right On Communications, Phillip T. Soule, III of Cuningham Group Architecture, David Tweedy, Ph.D of Senior Medical Associates, and Jennifer Paroly of Pacific Registry Services.
About Tri-City Hospital Foundation
Tri-City Hospital Foundation is celebrating more than 50 years as a link between the community and the hospital. Since its inception, the Foundation has provided over $46 million in grants to Tri-City Medical Center. Many of the hospital’s most mission critical facilities have been supported in whole or part by Foundation initiatives and community donors. Recently, the Foundation helped fund a GE Revolution 512 CT Scanner making Tri-City Medical Center the first hospital in San Diego County and Southern California to have this state-of-the-art digital imaging system in use.
For more information and to learn how you can support Tri-City Medical Center, please visit www.tricityhospitalfoundation.org.