Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth appoints new board officers and members

The Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth (RMHFW) announced in a Jan. 17 press release that it has appointed three new board members for the 2018 calendar year.

Anthony DeFelice of Amplus Agency, James Hudson of Martin Brower, and Dr. Dave Riley of Cook Children’s Medical Center join the current Board of Directors to serve the organization. The current board officers and executive committee include Mary Edwards, Joel Heydenburk, Courtney Garner Lewis, Arminda Grissett, Leslie Hunt, Scott McCollam, Stef Mauler and Kurt Schaal. Additional trustees are Will Courtney, Andy Eldridge, Garett Essl, John Flack, Tricia Francis, Gaylan Hendricks, Mike Hopkins, Janeen Lamkin, Karen Jasper, Pam Johndroe, Don Marable, Chris Packard, Paul Paine and Gloria Starling.


The Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth provides a “home-away-from-home” for families of children who are receiving medical treatment in local hospitals. Established in 1981 the House is built on the simple idea that when a family is focused on healing their child, nothing else should matter – not where they can afford to stay, where their next meal will come from, or where they will lay their head to rest at night. When a child is hospitalized, the love and support of family can be just as powerful as the strongest medicine. To find out more, visit the organization’s website. publishes every week.
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