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The Adena Health board of trustees has appointed Steve Hirsch as its new chair, succeeding Jennifer McKell. Hirsch, who owns the Hirsch Fruit Farm in Chillicothe, will lead the board alongside vice chair Bob French, secretary Brian Ream, and treasurer Kevin Shoemaker. McKell will remain on the board as past chair.

The board also welcomed three new members: Penny Dehner, Jim Crabtree, and Sean Kallner. They have joined the board representing First Presbyterian Church, Trinity United Methodist Church, and Tabernacle Baptist Church respectively. Dehner is a retired behavioral health administrator with years of experience in the field. Crabtree has a background in education, marketing, and telecommunications management. Kallner has diverse experience spanning financial planning, school administration, and business management.

The departing members – Bart Henshaw, Larry Phillips and Joe Watson – have served their maximum number of terms on the board were honored with a donation to the Adena Health Foundation fund of their choice from Adena Health for their service to the organization.

Adena Health’s board comprises 15 members representing the founding churches of the organization at-large members and medical staff members from within the health system’s medical staff. Each member brings various expertise and perspectives to address the needs of the communities served by Adena Healthcare providers and services can be found on Adena’s website at or following them on social media platforms like Facebook or Instagram for more information about Adena Healthcare services and programs

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