Howard County Community Health Foundation has elected 10...

Business Digest

January 04, 1999

Howard County Community Health Foundation has elected 10 new trustees to join the eight-member foundation board.

The foundation, established by the merger in July between Howard County General Hospital and Johns Hopkins Medicine, will receive about $55 million of the acquisition funds early this year.

The funds will be invested, and the endowment earnings will be used to promote good health in the community.

The trustees, who will begin their service to the foundation this month, are Judith A. Britz, vice president, American Standard Inc.; Dr. Benjamin S. Carson, director of Pediatric Neurosurgery, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions; Rosemary A. Davis, former executive vice president, National Medical Association; Robert M. Duggan, president and co-founder, Traditional Acupuncture Institute; Padraic M. Kennedy, retired president, Columbia Association; Gary A. Milles, physician and principal, Milles, Oken and Seals; James R. Moxley Jr., president, Security Development Corp.; Gary L. Smith, director, Applied Physics Laboratory, the Johns Hopkins University; Christopher C. Tsien, attorney; and Martin P. Wasserman, secretary, Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

All are Howard County residents.

Pub Date: 1/04/99

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