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Mon Health System and Mon Health Medical Center Announce New Board Members

Posted Date: 7/29/2019
Mon Health System and Mon Health Medical Center announce the newest board members to their governing bodies.

Natalie Stone recently joined the Mon Health System board after years of service on the Mon Health Medical Center Board of Directors where she is currently Vice Chair. Stone is Executive Director of the North Central Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO affiliated organization representing more than 3,000 construction workers in the North Central and Eastern Panhandle regions of West Virginia. She is also a member of IBEW Local 596, a representative on the West Virginia State Building Trades Executive Board and has served on the auditing committee for the WV AFL-CIO at various conventions. She is currently on the Board of Directors at Pierpont Community and Technical College. Raised in Preston County, she now resides in Morgantown with her husband, Jonathan, and daughter, Caitlyn.

"I am pleased that Natalie will be joining the system board," said Ron Stovash, chairman of the Mon Health System Board. "She brings many years of experience from serving on the Mon Health Medical Center Board."

Don Robinson joined the Mon Health Medical Center board. Robinson is the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of MVB Financial Corp, a $1.8 billion financial institution headquartered in North Central WV. The Company owns MVB Bank, Inc. (also based in WV), and MVB Mortgage based in Fairfax, VA. Prior to becoming EVP and CFO, Robinson was President and COO of MVB Bank. He and his wife, Carrie, reside in Morgantown with their seven children. He serves on the board of the Marc Bulger Foundation, the Finance Committee of St. Francis Central Catholic School, is the founder and organizer of the Mon County Baseball Classic, which benefits Stepping Stones, and works with the WVSSAC on its Opioid Summit and Gamechanger Program.

"I'm excited Don is joining the Mon Health Medical Center Board," said Pat Esposito, chairman of the Mon Health Medical Center Board. "His years of expertise and knowledge will be an asset to the board."

David Goldberg, President and CEO of Mon Health System said, "Such respected community leaders joining our boards is an asset for us. Both Natalie and Don add to our board leadership driving best-in-class, community-focused care right here in North Central West Virginia."
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