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T.J. Community Mission Foundation Board Members Retire
By Stacey Biggs
The T.J. Community Mission Foundation (TJCMF) Board of Directors recognized two of its founding members and pillars of the community for their service to the Foundation.
Bill Prather and Mike Bryant both served the TJCMF Board from its inception in 2014 until their retirement from the Board earlier this year. Mr. Prather served as Chairperson of the Board of Directors and provided exceptional leadership to the organization through both the fundraising and construction phases of the Shanti Niketan Hospice Home. Mr. Bryant served on several committees during his board tenure and continues his long standing involvement with T.J. Regional Health as a member of the health system's Board of Directors.
Executive Director of the TJCMF, Randy Burns, shared, "A non-profit organization will only be as good as the quality of leadership provided by its board of directors. This Foundation has truly been blessed to have had Bill and Mike lead us to where we are today. Their presence on the Board will be missed but we are grateful for their commitment to remain involved with our mission to build healthier communities in southcentral Kentucky."
This story was posted on 2021-11-19 15:56:09
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