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New Board President for Kenosha Community Health Center

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

KENOSHA, Wisc. – Joseph Clark – the former Kenosha County Board Supervisor and a founding partner of accounting firm Tirabassi, Felland & Clark, LLC – is the new Board President of the Kenosha Community Health Center. The organization approved a new slate of board members on Friday. Their terms begin immediately.

In addition to Clark, the new board members are: LaVetta Arrington, Vice President; Shannon Brehmer, Treasurer; Heidi Gottfried-Arvold, Secretary; Joseph Michaelis, Board Member; Sandra Sue Gerbe, Board Member; Paul Spottswood, M.D., Board Member; and Christopher McDonnell, Board Member.  

The Kenosha Community Health Center is a multi-disciplinary provider of health care, dental care, pharmaceutical and behavioral health services. Serving the community for nearly a quarter-of-a-century, KCHC is directed by a Board of Directors made up of local volunteers.

KCHC is the most impactful board I have ever served on,” said Clark, who previously was the KCHC Board Treasurer and Finance Chair. “I am humbled and honored to be a part of this organization that serves over 17,000 patients.  I am looking forward to working with our management team and diverse board of directors in expanding our reach to those in need of quality health care.”    

Clark brings a wealth of financial experience and knowledge to his new appointment. In addition to co-founding the accounting firm in 1995, he previously was an auditor for manufacturing companies, non-profits, governmental organizations and banks. He also has been a division controller at a multi-million-dollar manufacturing company and was VP at a real estate conglomerate. He left his role as Kenosha County Board Supervisor in April 2012 after choosing to pass up a re-election bid. As the former Chair of the county’s Finance Committee, Clark had been praised for his work in difficult budget times.

 

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