SVHC Board of Trustees Welcome New Members
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Erica Cummings
BENNINGTON - SVHC has appointed two new members to its board of trustees, Kevin Dailey of Arlington and Marny Krause of Bennington. Dailey and Krause are board members replacing the vacated spots left by Dr. Richard Guerrero and Lila Cestone. Their terms began on October 1.
Dailey is the director of human resources at Mack Molding Company, Inc. in Arlington, Vt. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from University of Vermont and a juris doctor degree from the Vermont Law School. Prior to joining Mack Molding, Dailey was a partner at Dailey & Dailey, P.C. in Manchester Village, Vt., a general law practice concentrating in commercial transactions, real estate planning, permitting and development as well as contract negotiation and business development. Dailey previously served on the SVMC safety quality committee, currently serves on the finance committee, and is an active member of the Arlington community.
Krause most recently retired from Southwestern Vermont Health Care as the vice president for development and marketing. She joined SVHC in 2006 as the vice president of development and was responsible for establishing a comprehensive development program at the hospital. Krause holds a bachelor’s degree from Connecticut College in New London, CT, and a master’s degree from Antioch/New England Graduate School in Keene, NH. Krause has over 25 years of fundraising experience in higher education at both Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY and Bennington College. She currently is the senior gift officer at Skidmore College.