Ventura County Medical Resource Foundation announces new chairman and new board members

The Ventura County Medical Resource Foundation (VCMRF) Board of Directors is proud to announce a new Chairman of the Board and 4 new members. Founded in 1956, the role of the Ventura County Medical Resource Foundation is to provide service to low-income and underserved families throughout Ventura County, and to connect people to resources that support the community. The Foundation’s mission is to improve, in partnership with others, access to needed health care for the most vulnerable and underserved residents in Ventura County. Some of the vital programs and services include: providing dental and vision care to low-income children and seniors, unable to obtain treatment for conditions that interfere with their development and every day lives.

VCMRF’s Board of Directors announced that Sean P. McCulloch AVP/Commercial Loan Officer, at Ventura County Credit Union (VCCU), is the new Chairman of the Board. He has thirty years of leadership, sales and service experience, in the financial services industry, that includes a strong background in commercial real estate, industrial lending, and construction lending experience, to members of VCCU. His community involvement is vast and comprehensive.

The following new members have joined VCMRF’s Board of Directors:

Michael K. Boyko – Founder, Boyko & Reardon Telegraph Road Mortuary & Cremation & Principal of Joseph P. Reardon Funeral Home & Cremation Service

Joe Espino – First V.P Regional Community Manager – Community West Bank

Mark Spellman – Senior Account Executive/Media Consultant, Lazer Broadcasting

Ann Howarth – Real Estate Agent, RE/MAX

Kathryn m. Stiles – Director of Community Well-Being, Adventist Health Simi Valley

Michael k. Boyko is founder of Boyko & Reardon Telegraph Road Mortuary & Cremation; Principal of Joseph P. Reardon Funeral Home & Cremation Service; Founder of the Cremation Society of Ventura County and Santa Barbara Foundation. He served as the Past President of the Los Angeles County Funeral Directors Association and has other professional affiliations with local non-profits and has received many academic awards and published a paper on Microbial Origination of Life on Planet Earth.

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