There are three new members on The Board of Directors for Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation.

The new board members include, Terri Paul, Katelin Hladik and Betty Sue Viterna.


According to a press release from BRHC, Paul worked 35 years for the Social Security Administration. She now volunteers with the Sedalia School District Foundation and the Red Cross at Bothwell. Paul said the reason she wants to serve on the Foundation’s board of directors is “because I believe in this community and want the opportunity to give back.”

Hladik works for County Distributing Co. as the director of Corporate Social Responsibility. Hladik also is a member of the Women’s Service League of Sedalia, Sacred Heart Active Parents Club, and Delta Zeta House Corporation at Creighton University.  Hladik stated, she is excited to serve on the Foundation Board, because it is an amazing way to give back to our community.

As the appointed president of the Bothwell Auxiliary, Viterna will also serve as the representative on the Bothwell Foundation board. She previously taught elementary school for 30 years in the Kansas City area. Viterna said, “I believe in supporting our community, whether individually or in a group,” she said. “As the president of the Bothwell Regional Health Center Auxiliary I hope to be the connection between the Foundation and the volunteers of the auxiliary in benefiting the community health system.”

The Bothwell Foundation Board consists of 14 members.

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