Eskenazi Health Foundation Announces Board Appointments

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John Thompson & Karee Petruzzi John Thompson & Karee Petruzzi

Eskenazi Health Foundation has named John Thompson (pictured) chair of its board.

In addition, the following new members were appointed:

• Brad Bostic: chairman and chief executive officer of

• Karee Petruzzi (pictured): president-elect of St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild

Eskenazi Health Foundation also elected its slate of officers for 2018. The following individuals were selected:

• Chair – John Thompson: chairman and chief executive officer of Indianapolis-based organizations: Thompson Distribution Co. Inc.; First Electric Supply Co. LLC;  CMID, an architectural and engineering design firm and BC-SESCO, a fabricator and installer of millwork

• Vice Chair – John Ackerman: managing director, Cardinal Equity Partners

• Secretary – Tom Grande: senior vice president, investments & risk management, Gene B. Glick Company

• Treasurer – Mark Gargula: partner, Ernst & Young, retired

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