Adena Health Board of Trustees appoints officers and introduces new members

New Leadership and Diverse Expertise: Adena Health Appoints Steve Hirsch as Chair and Welcomes Three New Board Members

The Adena Health board of trustees has appointed Steve Hirsch as its new chair, succeeding Jennifer McKell. Hirsch, who owns Hirsch Fruit Farm in Chillicothe, will lead the board alongside vice chair Bob French, secretary Brian Ream, and treasurer Kevin Shoemaker. McKell will remain on the board as past chair.

As part of the leadership changes, the board has welcomed three new members: Penny Dehner, Jim Crabtree, and Sean Kallner. Dehner brings years of experience in behavioral health administration to the table, while Crabtree has a background in education, marketing, and telecommunications management. Kallner’s diverse background includes financial planning, school administration, and business management.

The new members have filled the seats previously held by Bart Henshaw, Larry Phillips, and Joe Watson, who have served their maximum terms on the board. Adena Health has honored the departing members with a donation to the Adena Health Foundation fund of their choice.

Adena Health’s board consists of 15 members representing the founding churches of the organization as well as at-large members and medical staff members from within the health system. Each member brings unique expertise and perspectives to address community needs effectively.

Visit AdenaHealthFoundation [dot] org or follow them on social media platforms such as Facebook or Instagram to learn more about Adena Health’s healthcare providers and services for communities they serve.

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