The Providence St. Peter Foundation has recently updated its leadership, electing three new members to its board of directors.
Joining the board are Amy Evans, an Olympia-based commercial real estate broker for Kidder Mathews; Craig N. Landes, a certified public accountant in Olympia; and Rob Rice, owner of general contracting and residential building firm Rob Rice Homes. Each new board member will serve a three-year term.
“We are pleased to welcome each of these individuals to the foundation board,” says Rick Middleton, foundation board president. “They each have a unique range of talents and experience and are passionate about the Providence Mission to ensure compassionate health care in the communities we serve, especially for the poor and vulnerable.”
Retiring from the board after a combined 34 years of service, are James Bremner, M.D., Patricia Gilmer, M.D., and Joe Pellicer, M.D.