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Logan Regional Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees

Rod Hunter, Past Chair.  "I participate in fundraising because I feel strongly about giving others access to information, opportunities, and facilities they may not otherwise be able to access or afford."  Rod is a loan officer with City 1st Mortgage Services.  He also owns and operates a convenience store in Logan.
Pam Allen, Chair. “My parents taught my sibling and myself that there are always people in need of our help. I have continued to give my time and financial support to various causes.” Pam grew up on a farm in Indiana and as an adult, moved to Cincinnati, Ohio. She met and married her husband, Rich and moved to Utah in 1989.
Joyce Albrecht  Joyce has spent her entire career in higher education administration.  She is currently Director of Stewardship and Development Officer for the Caine College of the Arts at Utah State University.  She also enjoys giving back to her community and has served on the Sunshine Terrace Foundation Board, the Cache Valley Arts Council and is the current chair for Logan Regional Board of Trustees
Lynn C. Brenchley “I give to make it possible for others to have good healthcare services available to them. We all need to help open doors for others who are less fortunate.” Lynn grew up in Cache Valley and has been involved in the financial and manufacturing sectors of the area for the past 40 years.
Michael Clark  “I contribute to the Foundation because I believe as an employee and as a community member, it is important to participate in the health and healing of the community.” Mike became the Logan Regional CEO in June 2010. Prior to that, Mike had served as the hospital’s COO for five years.
Mike Hall "I appreciate the opportunity to serve on the foundation board.  It is important to me that the Logan Regional Hospital continues to be able to provide the top notch medical services to family, friends, and our community that we have come to expect and deserve." Mike serves as Vice President and Loan Officer at Zions Bank in the Real Estate Department and serves as Mayor of Richmond City.  He and his wife Jennifer are the parents of five children.
Jeff Hunsaker "It is important to invest in your community hospital. Donations to the Foundation ensure that services at Logan Regional Hospital will continue to match or exceed the same standard of care that residents in larger cities receive. Jeff is the President of UK2Group, US Operation of which, WestHost, one of the UKS Group companies which is locally run and provides web hosting, domain registration, and website design services.  Jeff holds a bachelors degree in Business Administration and Finance for Utah State University.
Bryan King, MD Bryan is an orthopedic surgeon at Intermountain Canyon View Orthopedics & Associates in Logan, Utah. Bryan is a board certified and specializes in arthroscopy, knees, shoulder, and sports injuries. Bryan belongs to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American College of Sports Medicine
Doug Raymond Douglas is a graduate of Utah State University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Business Information Systems. In 2001, he took over as the third generation owner of Raymond Construction Company.


Alan F. Robinson “I enjoy helping to provide important services that otherwise might not be available to members of this community.” As chief financial officer for Logan Regional Hospital, Alan participates on the Foundation’s board and serves as secretary/treasurer.
Sally Russell  “I am an R.N. working with 35 clients with various disabilities, managing their health and medications. I have a very blessed life with my husband, children, and animals, and I volunteer at various places to give back to the community.”


Richard Sackett  “Since starting my family, I have benefitted from having Logan Regional in our community. I donate because I want to continue to provide quality health care close to home to my family, friends, and community.” Richard was a teacher for 11 years and then worked for LeGrand Johnson Construction.
Brent S. Sandberg “The Cache Valley Community has been very good to me and my family since I came here as a student at USU. I enjoy giving back to the community and helping to enhance quality health care services for those in need.” Brent is the senior tax officer of the regional certified public accounting firm, Jones Simkins, P.C.
Frank Stewart Frank is the Director of Development for the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services. Frank holds a certificate of fund raising management from the Indiana School of Philanthropy. Frank and his wife live in Logan where they have raised four children.
Jeff White “I wholeheartedly believe in giving something back to this terrific community in which we live, to try and help the struggles and plight of those who are less fortunate.” Jeff grew up in southern Utah, received his engineering degrees at USU and retired from Utah Power in 2007.