John J. (Jack) Burke, CFRM, president and chief development officer of the St. Anthony Health Foundation, announced the addition of four new board members to the organization recently.
Kathleen R. Curtis is co-owner of Village Roaster LTD, a specialty coffee, tea and spice company with 30 employees and 2 outlets in the Lakewood area.
Erin Denholm, CEO of Centura Health at Home, oversees a large division of health care services at Centura Health which includes home care, telehealth, hospice, infusion and oxygen/DME business lines. Nationally recognized in her field, she was the Denver Business Journal’s "Outstanding Woman of the Year in Healthcare" recipient in 2006.
Dean Littleton was named Vice President/General Sales manager at KUSA/KTVD-TV in June, 2007. Before moving to Denver, he served as General Sales manager of WBIR-TV, Gannett’s NBC affiliate in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Gordon C. Willis, VP/Regional Private Banking Manager for Wells Fargo, has over 28 year of experience in the financial services industry in Colorado. He has been affiliated with and brought his expertise to several nonprofit organizations over the year.
Some of the programs supported by the foundation include:
v Flight For Life Colorado, the oldest civilian hospital-based emergency medical helicopter service in the United States, and responds regardless of the patient’s ability to pay.
v The Yaffe Hospitality House offers out-of-town families who have a loved one in the hospital, a place to stay without charge.
v St. Anthony North Hospital Family Medicine Center, a comprehensive, continuing personal health care of the underserved of all ages. The center services about 7,500 patients, the majority of whom receive Medicaid or charity care.
St. Anthony Health Foundation is the philanthropic arm of St. Anthony Hospitals which have served Colorado for more than 100 years with a mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ.