& Queen Anne's Hospital
Magnolia Hall Rehabilitation & Nursing Center
Selects David Bay as Chairman
C. Bay was elected chairman of Magnolia Hall Rehabilitation &
Nursing Center's board of directors and George E. Hardy, III, was
elected vice-chairman at the board's annual meeting in March. The
board includes eleven volunteer community representatives, a Kent
County Commissioner representative and the facility's medical director.
elected officers of Magnolia Hall Rehabilitation & Nursing
Center are (left to right) George E. Hardy, III, vice-chairman;
Jane K. Bristoll, secretary; David C. Bay, chairman and William
B. Seitzer, treasurer. Magnolia Hall, which employs over 125
people, has been serving the community for 32 years. A board
of directors composed of local citizens has always governed
the Center, which joined the Chester River Health System in
was first elected to the Board in 1999 and has served for two years
as vice-chairman. As board chairman, he will represent the nursing
facility on the Chester River Health System's board of directors.
He is a retired industrial engineer who worked in the food and pharmaceutical
industries both domestically and internationally. The Chestertown
resident has served as treasurer of Chesapeake Fields Institute, as
a seminar leader for the Small Business Development Commission and
as a volunteer counselor for S.C.O.R.E. (Service Corps of Retired
Hardy, a resident of Rock Hall, is a management consultant specializing
in strategic planning. He has been a 20-year volunteer board member
of the Keswick Multi-Care Center in Baltimore, a facility that offers
long-term, assisted living and adult-day care services.
Also elected were Jane K. Bristoll, secretary, and William B. Seitzer,
treasurer. Long-time Magnolia Hall supporter Bristoll is also associated
in a volunteer capacity with Kent Hospice Foundation, Inc., Kent Youth,
Inc., and the Humane Society of Kent County. Seitzer also works with
Kent Hospice, Inc., St. Paul's Episcopal Church and serves as treasurer
of the Humane Society of Kent County.
Other members of the board are past-chairman Theodore Chase, Catherine
C. Baxter, Daniel A. Brandon, Charles A. Schelts, W. Jackson Stenger,
Ph.D., Donald F. Wierda and Eugenia C. Wootton, Esq. Medical director
Helen A. Noble, M.D., and Kent County Commissioner Representative,
W. Michael Newnam, round out the board.