For more than 30 years, under the leadership of trusted board members, Hospice of Davidson County continues to care for more than 100 patients with life-limiting illnesses and their family members, every day.
Hospice of Davidson County recently appointed three new members to its board of directors, each serving a three-year team. Those joining the board include: Debbie Carlton Fanary, Sid Proctor and Nancy Miller Wright.
Returning to the Hospice of Davidson County Board of Directors is Debbie Carlton Fanary. Fanary has a longstanding history with the agency and currently sits on the garden committee. She is the president of Metal Monkeys Recycling and resides in Lexington with her family.
Also, eager to return to the board is Welcome business owner, Sid Proctor. Proctor is the owner and winemaker at Weathervane Winery and previously served the organization on the board as its facilities committee chairman for several years.
New to the Hospice of Davidson County board of directors is Nancy Miller Wright. With a deep passion for community, Wright is bringing her fundraising expertise to the organization. She currently sits on the Duke Cancer Institute Board of Advisors, is a member of the Lexington Charity League, Lexington Garden Club and Friends of the Library, is an elder and a deacon at First Presbyterian Church and has volunteered with the Wake Forest Baptist Cancer Center - Lexington for 14 years.
“Hospice of Davidson County is excited to have the expertise and guidance from such a diverse group of professionals,” said Hospice of Davidson County CEO, Laura Owen. “The commitment and leadership from each board member will only continue to enhance our ability to better meet the needs of patients and families in our community who are facing terminal illness.”
For more information on Hospice of Davidson County, visit HospiceOfDavidson.org or Facebook.
Contact: Erin McCloskey