Mary Randall named co-chairman of Vail Valley Medical Center Foundation board |

Mary Randall named co-chairman of Vail Valley Medical Center Foundation board

Daily Staff Report
Vail, CO, Colorado

Ron Davis, President of Vail Valley Medical Center’s Board of Directors, has announced the appointment of Mary Randall as Co-Chairman of Vail Valley Medical Center Foundation’s Board of Directors. She will join Dr. Jack Eck in this position.

Randall, a member of the Vail Valley community for more than 10 years, was formerly president of the Shaw Outreach Team, another volunteer role with the medical center.

“Mary has always been an enthusiastic advocate, supporter and volunteer with the hospital,” says Davis. “She was a great president for the Shaw Outreach Team and we are thrilled to have her as co-chairman of the foundation board.”

While Randall was president, the Shaw Outreach Team’s most recent volunteer effort was raising money to fund the cancer center’s new PET/CT scanner, a device that allows radiologists to better diagnose and track the treatment of cancer. A ribbon-cutting celebration for the new device is set for June 26. Other outreach team-funded additions to Shaw include Jack’s Place, where patients can stay while undergoing cancer treatment.

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The Vail Valley Medical Center Foundation oversees the development and capital campaign financing of the medical center as a non-profit organization.

“It’s a pleasure to serve in a volunteer role in the Vail Valley,” Randall said. “I’m excited to lend my services in a new role with the medical center’s foundation. The hospital is truly an indispensible institution in this community.”

In addition to her volunteer work with VVMC, Randall is the president of the Vail and Edwards branches of Millennium Bank. She is also a trustee of the Vail Mountain School.

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