The Shineman Foundation recently welcomed two new board members, Linda Eagan and Micheal Stephens. They replace Kathy Fenlon and Casey Raymond, who both served on the board since the inception of the foundation.
“The two new board members know the greater Oswego community incredibly well and have a broad range of experience. The current Shineman board members are looking forward to working with them. We value the awareness and understanding they bring to support the mission of the Shineman Foundation,” said newly elected Shineman Board Chairwoman Margaret Barclay.
Eagan moved to Fulton in 1987 and worked in the human services field until her retirement in 2016. Her background covers many aspects of human services, from juvenile detention to teen pregnancy prevention.
“After moving around the country for close to 10 years, I was happy to call Oswego County my home. This is a fabulous community with great opportunities, friends, neighbors, schools, and businesses. But nothing compares to the positive impact I have seen in the last ten years thanks to the Shineman Foundation,” said Eagan.
Stephens began his medical career in 1997 in British Columbia and has clinical experience in emergency medicine, family medicine, hospice care, assisted living, and skilled nursing. He currently serves as the associate chief medical officer for Oswego Health and the medical director for Morningstar and the Gardens Assisted Living Facilities. Stephens also provides care to patients at Oswego Family Physicians.