Trustees

BARBARA S. BODNAR

Barbara has practiced physical therapy, specializing in orthopedics and sports medicine, in her hometown of Vero Beach since 1981. She was an integral part of the sports medicine team at Vero Beach High School for 35 years. Barbara completed the reserve police academy training, and served with the Vero Beach Police Department from 1982-1989. Her volunteer involvement in the community includes serving on the City of Vero Beach Recreation Committee, Arthritis Association of Indian River County, and the Senior Good Life Games. She and her husband, Michael, enjoy spending their free time traveling in their RV and training their Labradors, Gunner and Chase, in K-9 performance events, including agility and dock jumping. Barbara is a lifelong resident of Indian River County, and received her degree in physical therapy from Chattanooga State College. Barbara was elected to the Indian River County Hospital District Board of Trustees in 2016, and joined the Board in January 2017.

Term

1/17-12/20

Origination

Elected (1 OC)

Occupation

Physical Therapist

MARYBETH CUNNINGHAM

Marybeth’s professional career encompasses 34 years of working for GM/Delphi in a variety of positions. Starting out as a traffic claims clerk, she worked her way through the organization, with roles in Purchasing, Engineering, and Quality and Reliability. She retired in 2009 as the executive director of Global Operations for the Packard Electric Division of Delphi. In this position, she was responsible for 94 plants in 33 countries. Marybeth has served on the board of directors for numerous non-profits, including Northeast Ohio Adoption Agency; United Way of Warren Ohio, where she served as chairman of the annual campaign for two years; Up with People; Head, Heart and Hands of Indian River Club; Indian River Community Foundation, and the Indian River Mental Health Collaborative. She earned her B.A. in Political Science from Albion College. Marybeth was elected to the Indian River County Hospital District Board of Trustees in 2014, and joined the Board in January 2015. She currently serves as Chair.

Term

1/15-12/18

Origination

Elected (1 OC)

Occupation

Retired

KAREN DEIGL

Karen has been President and CEO of Senior Resource Association, where she successfully advocates for older adults and their families, since 2006. In that role, she helps provide activities, education and services benefiting older and disabled adults in Indian River County. In addition, Karen provides oversight of the community mass transit system for residents and visitors of the county. As CEO, Karen is responsible for a $7 million operational annual budget and managing more than 100 employees. She ensures that fiscally sound and responsible solutions are created to provide healthcare and a better quality of life for all Indian River County residents. Karen earned a BS in Health Administration from Florida Atlantic University and an MHA from the University of Florida. She was elected to the Indian River County Hospital District Board of Trustees in 2016, and joined the Board in January 2017.

Term

1/17-12/20

Origination

Elected (1 OC)

Occupation

President/CEO

ALLEN N. JONES

Allen worked for Merrill Lynch for 27 years, and held numerous senior executive positions, including serving as chairman and CEO of Merrill Lynch Life Insurance Company and on the Private Client Executive Committee. In that role, he led the effort to transition Merrill Lynch from a commission-based to a fee-based business. Previously, he was a partner at investment company Dabbs Sullivan, Trulock & Company. Allen also served as a captain in the United States Air Force from 1964-1968. He has served on the board of directors for the John’s Island Club; the Indian River Medical Center; the Indian River Medical Center Foundation (as chairman);the Bedens Brook Golf Club; the Princeton Community Hospital; and the American Health Association, as chairman. Allen earned a B.S./B.A. from University of Arkansas, and has completed advanced management courses at the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University; the Wharton School of Business at University of Pennsylvania; and Stanford University. Allen has served as the Treasurer of the Indian River County Hospital District Board of Trustees since 2014.

Term

12/14-12/14

1/15-12/18

Origination

Appointed by Gov.

Elected (NOC)

Occupation

Retired

TRACEY LOCKWOOD-ZUDANS

Tracey is on a mission to help improve the health of the Indian River County community, and is an avid supporter and volunteer philanthropist for organizations who share this goal. She is a board member of Buggy Bunch, Honorary Co-chair for the We Care Foundation Mardi Gras Celebration, ambassador for the Live Like Cole Foundation, Co-president of the Saint Edward’s School Parents Association, and a 2018 contestant for Dancing with Vero’s Stars to raise money for Healthy Start Coalition of Indian River County. Tracey has been married for 21 years to City Councilman Dr. Val Zudans and is mother to Zane, Tyler, Kira and Zeo. As time allows, she loves to travel. She earned a B.A. in Advertising from the University of Florida. Tracey was appointed by Governor Rick Scott to the Indian River County Hospital District Board of Trustees in May of 2017.

Term

5/17-12/18

Origination

Appointed by Gov.

Occupation

Philanthropist

ANN MARIE McCRYSTAL

Ann Marie has been a resident of Indian River County since 1966, and is a former administrator of Indian River Urology Associates. Currently, she is a member of the Indian River Medical Center’s Nurse Advisory Task Force, and serves on the Advisory Board of Directors for the Indian River Medical Center Foundation. She is a founding member and current board member of the Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice of the Treasure Coast; past Chairman and current board member of the VNA/Hospice Foundation; founding member of the Women in Philanthropy and Impact 100; and founder and past board member of the Indian River County Community Foundation. Ann Marie continues to volunteer and fundraise for local community service organizations throughout Indian River County. She is married to Hugh K. McCrystal, M.D., and together they have three grown children, Carolyn, Hugh Jr. and Kelly Ann. Ann Marie received her B.S. in Nursing from the University of Miami. and maintains her Florida license requirements to date. She was appointed by Governor Scott to the Indian River County Hospital District Board of Trustees in 2016, and was elected to the Board in the November 2016 to serve an additional two-year term beginning January 2017.

Term

8/15-12/16

1/17-12/18

Origination

Appointed by Gov.

Elected (2 OC)

Occupation

Retired

MICHAEL WEISS

Michael was born in New York City and moved to Vero Beach in 2002. Currently, he serves on the Indian River County Veterans Council, and was previously Vice President. Michael was a Director of Biochemistry at Kingsborough Medical Center, and a Lab Director at Nassau Diagnostic Lab. He is the author of the 1976 book “Mammalian Cell Membranes,” and is a contributor to various professional journals. He served as a major in the United States Army from 1978 to 1997, and received the Army Achievement Medal and the Conspicuous Service Cross. He was a Howard Hughes Medical Institute fellow in 1994, and a member of the AAAS New York Academy of Science. He earned a B.S. in Chemistry from Brooklyn College, an M.S. in Chemistry from Adelphi University, and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from New York Medical College. Michael and his wife, Myra, have one daughter. He has served on the Board of Trustees of the Indian River County Hospital District since January 2009.

Term

1/09-12/12

1/13-12/16

1/17-12/20

Origination

Elected (2 OC)

Elected (NOC)

Elected (1 OC)

Occupation

Retired

Selection Process:

Each member of the Board of Trustees is an elected official and serves four-year staggered terms. Four (4) Trustees shall be elected at one (1) general election and (3) Trustees are elected at the next ensuing general election.

At such time that a Trustee vacates an unexpired terms, the Governor of the State of Florida shall appoint another to fill the remainder of the term.

Three of the twelve in depended directors of the IRMH Board of Directors are appointed by the District at staggered three year intervals serving no more that two consecutive three-year terms.

** NOC = No Opposing Candidate ** # OC = Number of Opposing Candidates