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Family Health Care welcomes new board members

BALDWIN, Michigan – The Family Health Care Board of Directors recently approved the nominations of two new members.

Hon. David M. Glancy and Seth Wenger will fill five-year terms on the health center’s board.

“We are pleased to welcome Judge Glancy and Seth to our board,” said Pam Panetta, board chairperson. “Their experience and knowledge will benefit Family Health Care as we continue to work toward our mission of providing quality, integrated, and comprehensive health care services that are accessible to everyone.”

Judge Glancy is a graduate of Fremont High School and received his bachelor’s degree from Hope College in Holland, with a major in political science and a minor in biochemistry. He received his law degree from Michigan State College of Law. He lives in Lake County and serves as the Lake County Probate Judge and president of the Baldwin Rotary Club.

Wenger earned his bachelor’s degree from Lee University and Master of Business Administration from Central Michigan University. He is president of The Wenger Agency, Inc. An active member of the community, Wenger serves on the Lake-Osceola State Bank Board of Directors, as trustee on the Village of Baldwin Downtown Development Authority, as treasurer of the Baldwin Rotary Club, as member of the Lake County Community Foundation, and as vice president of Baldwin Troutarama.

“As a resident of Lake County and working in Baldwin over the past three years in the court system, I understand the need for and importance of Family Health Care to the community,” Glancy said. “It’s important to ensure that individuals and families in our area continue to have access to quality health care services.”

“I have been a patient or vendor of Family Health Care in one form or another for most of my life,” said Wenger. “I’m honored to serve on the board for one of the premier non-profit organizations in our community.”

As a Federally Qualified Health Center, Family Health Care is governed by a board of directors composed of community members and patients. By law, Family Health Care is required to fill 51 percent of its board seats with current patients. Family Health Care provides outpatient medical, dental, behavioral health, lab, radiology, vision, and pharmacy services at locations in Lake, Newaygo, Osceola, Mecosta, Missaukee, and Wexford counties.

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