Board of Directors
Shiell Anderson, attended MSU in Bozeman for his undergraduate degree, and law school in Missoula at the University of Montana. He is a former state legislator, former chair of the Montana Transportation Commission, and lifelong Park County rancher. Mr. Anderson has served on a number of non-profit boards, including the Park County Community Foundation and Community Health Partners in Livingston. In addition, Anderson was a member of the Capital Campaign Cabinet for Livingston HealthCare Foundation's New Hospital Campaign.
Michelle Becker, broker/owner of Maverick Realty in Livingston, has been a board member since 2001. She is a lifelong resident of Park County, and has been an active Realtor since 1987. Becker also serves on the Livingston HealthCare Board of Directors as the Chair and played a key role in the New Hospital Campaign as a fundraiser and as a facilitator in the sale of the old facility. Ms. Becker was President of the Livingston Chamber of Commerce and was appointed to the Upper Yellowstone River Task Force by the Governors Raciot and Martz. She was President of the Montana Association of Realtors in 2000, and has served on multiple boards, task forces, working groups, and committees.
Scott Coleman, MD
Scott Coleman, MD, is a Board Certified Family Medicine physician who practices family medicine and obstetrics at Livingston HealthCare. He was selected to fill the role of Medical Director for Livingston HealthCare in October, 2013, at which time he joined the Livingston HealthCare Board of Directors. Dr. Coleman received a degree in Microbiology from the University of Tennessee, followed by his MD from the University of South Dakota. After the completion of his MD, Dr. Coleman served as a Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy for six years receiving the Navy Achievement Medal for Outstanding Performance as a Resident. In 2005, he moved to Park County to be closer to family. Dr. Coleman is presently a Major in the Medical Corp of the Montana Air National Guard.
Deborah ("Debbie") Erdman, MD
Deborah Erdman, MD, is a respected physician, philanthropist, and friend in the Livingston community. During her seventeen years at Livingston Memorial Hospital and what would later be known as Livingston HealthCare, Dr. Erdman welcomed many lives into this world as an OB/GYN Physician. She has a keen interest in medical ethics and chaired the ethics committee while at Livingston HealthCare's Park Clinic. Most recently she has been involved with philanthropic issues that confront our community, serving as a Co-Chair of the Capital Campaign Cabinet in the Livingston HealthCare Foundation's New Hospital Campaign, and was personally responsible for attaining large contributions from local individuals.
Glee Lorette Greenwood is originally from Odessa, Texas. She attended Sweet Briar College and graduated from the University of Texas, Austin, with a B.A. in English. She did post-graduate work in communications at the University of Tennessee. She later served as a fundraising consultant and the business manager of The Greenwood Company, a national healthcare philanthropy consulting group based in San Francisco. Mrs. Greenwood has served on several non-profit boards, including the Dogwood Arts Festival in Knoxville, where she chaired the 5,000 volunteer member annual event, and Mercury House, a non-profit publishing company in San Francisco. She now lives full time in Paradise Valley and has many personal interests, including literature, art, fly fishing, and other outdoor activities.
David Gunderson came to Livingston from Seattle twelve years ago, and has served as the Rector of three Episcopal parishes (Emigrant, Livingston, and Big Timber) since he arrived. Until he moved here, Rev. Gunderson had spent his adult life in large citiesâ€”Boston, New York, Seattleâ€”and states that he is "grateful every day to live here, in a relatively small community and so close to the natural world." Gunderson has divided his professional life almost equally between parish ministry and a private practice of psychotherapy. He continues to have a deep interest in the health of the whole person, both body and mind. Rev. Gunderson loves exploring the outdoors in Montana, especially skiing and fishing. When he is not outside, his passions include music, books, and the ongoing attempt to understand the cultural forces at work in the world today. He is married, and has an adult son living in New York City.
Patti is originally from Stillwater Minnesota. She attended University of Minnesota with a BBA in Accounting and Psychology. Patricia is currently the Executive Director of the John F. Grundhofer Charitable Foundation. She was formerly the President and Founder of MeierGroup LLC. MeierGroup LLC specialized in consulting and recruitment for Banks, Hedge Funds and Money Managers. Patricia sits on several non-profit boards. They include Livingston Center for the Art and Culture in Montana, The Living Desert in Palm Desert, and the University of Minnesota Foundation in Minnesota. With her husband, Jack, she is also very involved with Horatio Alger Association. The Grundhofers spend their winters in Indian Wells, California and the summers at their ranch in Livingston, Montana.
Duncan Hagemeyer is the founder and an owner of Agmark Intermodal Systems, specializing in shipping bulk agricultural products through a multifunctional transportation process.
Kim Salloux is a native of Livingston. She graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in Social Work and worked for nonprofit organizations throughout the state before relocating to the San Francisco Bay Area to expand her education in medicine. Mrs. Salloux attended the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Five Branches University, where she received her Master's degree. Salloux returned with her family to Livingston in 2014 to practice traditional Chinese Medicine, teach yoga, and afford her children the quality of life that Livingston provides. She is committed to the health and wellness of the community and is excited to be a part of the Livingston Healthcare Foundation.
David Stanley is a retired CEO of Payless Cashways, Inc. and past Executive Vice President of Piper Jaffray, Inc. He is a graduate of Columbia University Law School and has practiced law in New York City and Minneapolis. Mr. Stanley and his wife, Jean, moved to Livingston in 1998. He has been very active in the community, bringing those interests, together with his experience in business, investment banking, and law, to the both the Livingston HealthCare and the Livingston HealthCare Foundation boards of directors. Mr. Stanley was a Co-Chair in Livingston HealthCare's New Hospital Campaign and worked tirelessly as a leader in the Campaign Cabinet. He was instrumental in securing many of the largest donations to the Campaign.
Ruth Weissman, Livingston HealthCare Foundation Board Chair
Ruth Weissman is a faculty member and former provost and vice-president for academic affairs at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. She is internationally renowned for her research on eating and weight disorders. Prior to joining the faculty at Wesleyan, she was on the research staff in the Department of Psychology at Yale University (New Haven, CT). Weissman earned a diploma in Psychology (Eberhard-Karls-UniversitÃ¤t, TÃ¼bingen, Germany) and a PhD in Clinical Psychology (University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC). Mrs. Weissman and her husband, Walt, live on Snowy Range Ranch in Paradise Valley.
Steve Woodruff has been an attorney since 1999, practicing with the Huppert, Swindlehurst & Woodruff law firm. He attended Middlebury College for his undergraduate degree and University of Montana for law school. Mr. Woodruff is vice president of the Livingston Depot Foundation Board, and has been active with other non-profit groups during his years in Livingston. He looks forward to assisting Livingston HealthCare with maintaining and enhancing its new medical center by his involvement with the Livingston HealthCare Foundation.
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