New Trustees Join Providence St. Vincent Medical Foundation

April 18, 2011
PORTLAND, Ore.  — The Providence St. Vincent Medical Foundation recently elected five new officers for its governing board, the Council of Trustees. The council also selected six community leaders as new trustees. The 50-member council oversees the fundraising and distribution of funds that support a variety of medical programs at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center that benefit patient care and medical research.

The new officers are:
  • Eli Morgan, the CEO of 2030 Investors, LLC, of Portland, who will serve a two-year term as president.
  • Kevin Kelly, owner of First Call Heating and Cooling, who will serve a two-year term as vice president.
  • Paul Rosenbaum, CEO of Rentrak Corp. of Portland, who will serve a one-year term as secretary.
  • Pat Karamanos, a long-time community volunteer, who will serve a one-year term as treasurer.
  • Marty Brantley, retired general manager of KPTV in Portland, who will serve a two-year term as immediate past president.  

The new trustees starting three-year terms in 2011 are:
  • Sandy Andersen, a community volunteer and long-time supporter of Providence St. Vincent. Her late husband was former trustee Andy Andersen of Andersen Construction Co.
  • Chris Anderson, publisher of The Oregonian.
  • Molly Bordonaro, a senior executive with Gerding Edlen Development Company LLC, former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Malta and active in civic affairs in the state.
  • Peter Brix, a member of the Providence Heart and Vascular Institute Advisory Council and active in many non-profit organizations in Oregon.
  • Pat Cohen, a retired Intel engineer and a volunteer with the Providence St. Vincent Volunteer Guild since 2004.
  • Paul Linnman, a long-time local TV and radio personality, currently on 1190 KEX, and friend of the Providence St. Vincent Volunteer Guild.