Randy Kelley, a Lake Wateree resident, is the newest member of the Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation board.
A native of Hartsville and experienced business manager, Kelley earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Wofford College and his MBA from USC.
His career includes senior executive positions in various packaging manufacturing businesses including Sonoco Products, Caraustar Industries in Atlanta and president of Fenner Dunlop Conveyor Belting Americas in Charlotte.
He currently works as a part time management consultant.
“Randy brings a wealth of experience and ideas to add to our foundation board. We are delighted with his addition as an ambassador for our hospital with residents who live in the Lake Wateree area,” said Mike Quinn, president of the FMH Foundation.
Other FMH board members are Virginia Lacy,vice president; Becky McSwain, secretary; Boe Harwell, treasurer; Phyllis Nichols Gutierrez, Charlene Herring, Eddie Nelson, Russ Brown and Mike Williams, CEO Fairfield Memorial Hospital, who is an ex-officio.
The Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation was established in 2010 to support Fairfield Memorial Hospital, an accredited 25-bed critical hospital. Located in Winnsboro, the hospital has served the health needs of Fairfield County for more than 50 years.
Donations to the foundation are used to fulfill some to the critical needs of the hospital, such as new or replacement equipment and technology, enhanced patient services, capital improvements, community health education and healthcare career scholarships.
As a 501(c) 3 tax exempt organization, donations to the foundation may be tax deductible. Donations may be sent to FMH Foundation, PO Box 1156, Winnsboro, S.C. 29180.
For more information contact Dawn Catalano, executive director, by calling the FMH Foundation office at 712-0363 or email Foundation@fairfieldmemorial.com