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Board of Trustees & Staff

Board of Trustees

Executive Committee

Brian D. Chadaz, Chairman Vardell H. Curtis, Imediate Past Chairman
Stephen P. Radmall, Vice Chair Kerry Kastler, Chief Development Officer
Jack Renouf, Vice Chair Terri L. Kane, Southwest Region Vice President and Dixie Regional CEO


James Abel

Berniece P. Godfrey Ron Metcalf
Cleo Atkin Kurt A. Johnson Heidi Obray
Joshua Bevans Gregory A. Kemp Patricia Shoemaker-Glessner
Johanna P. Collester Patricia Lichfield Dara Tancredi
Larry Eggert, MD Rhett Long Rhys A. Weaver

Our Staff

Kerry Hepworth

Kerry Kastler, CFRE - Chief Development Officer

As the Chief Development Officer and CEO for the Foundation of Dixie Regional, Kerry’s role is to direct all facets of institutional advancement for three hospitals in southern Utah, including Dixie Regional Medical Center in St. George, Valley View Medical Center in Cedar City and Garfield Memorial Hospital in Panguitch. Kerry has more than 25 years experience in nonprofit management and fundraising and has word for Intermountain Healthcare since the mid-1980’s. In the past decade, under her direction, more that $23 million has been raised to advance healthcare in southern Utah. Kerry has served as Chairman of the St. George Area Chamber of Commerce, St. George City Planning Commission, and as a director for several organizations from the St. George Rotary Club to the Town and Country Bank. She has served as faculty for the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy at both regional and nation educational conferences, and holds the Certified Fund Raising Executive Designation. She is currently serving on the boards of the Southern Utah Non-Profit Legal Center and the Utah Society of Fund Raisers. Kerry has written more that 80 op-3d columns for the regional/local newspaper, the Spectrum/Daily News.

Tomie Fuller

Tomie Fuller, BS - Development Officer - Events 

As Development Officer, Tomie’s role is to lead the Foundation’s events and special projects. Before coming to St. George, Tomie worked as an event planner for a Major League baseball player, as well as a recruiting coordinator for a large Phoenix law firm.

Nancy Krosnoff

Nancy Krosnoff, MS - Foundation Specialist

Nancy's role is to design the Foundation's annual Communications/Editorial Plan and to author and assist in design/layout of the spectrum of written communications published by the Foundation. These include, but are not limited to: solicitation letters, Grateful Patient and major donor features, pamphlet and giving card content; all feature writing for Foundation pieces sent to major donors (The Friday Memo) and those inserted into the community newspaper (Living Well tabloid); communications to support major fundraising events (press releases, feature vignettes, etc.); assist in writing and design of Foundation annual report. Cumulatively, Nancy has 13 years of nonprofit and fundraising experience. After a retiring from the United Sates Air Force, she began work with United Way of Anchorage as an Assistant Campaign Director where she worked for four years. She then came to The Foundation of Dixie Regional Medical Center as a Development Officer in 2003.

Jeri Schnitker

Jeri Schnitker - Senior Development Officer

Jeri’s role is to cultivate and inspire donors who are able and/or desirous of making a planned gift, oversees Planned Giving Committee and Professional Advisory Council, and responsible for non-cash gifts (other than event auction items). Jeri has worked for the Foundation in the areas of fundraising, event management (Jubilee of Trees and Jubilee Classic), donor cultivation, employee giving, Foundation CFO, employee giving, and retail operations management. Jeri worked for Intermountain Healthcare as the volunteer manager of the hospital gift shop for nine years and has worked for the Foundation of Dixie Regional for 13 years.

Christina Roberts

Christina Roberts - Major Gifts Officer

Christina Roberts has been with the Intermountain Healthcare since 2009, and serves as the Foundation at Dixie Regional’s Major and Planned Giving Officer. Offering her perspectives on moving to southern Utah, Roberts commented, “I experienced Washington County for the first time a few years ago and instantly loved it.” Christina grew up in Arlington, Massachusetts and is a huge Red Sox fan. She came to the west in 1998 to continue her education. She has a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s degree in public administration with an emphasis in non-profit organization. Prior to working with the Foundation, Christina also served as the development officer for Planned Parenthood Association of Utah in Salt Lake City, and as the community coordinator for the South Valley Sanctuary in West Jordan.

Ken Wilson

Ken Wilson - Development Specialist

As Development Officer, Ken’s role is to assist with the planning and implementation of fundraising and cultivation events for the Foundation. He has more than twenty-five years experience with event planning and management with an expertise in holiday design. He attended design school at LDS Business College and Brigham Young University. Ken has worked for Intermountain Healthcare and the Foundation of Dixie Regional for 5 years.