Appointed 9/20/2015; Term Expires 12/2018
David is a retired School Superintendent and university faculty who moved to Homer from California. He and his wife own an art studio and gallery on the Spit where she paints and showcases the work of Alaskan artists. David is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys being on the water and hunting in the Kenai peninsula. He has served on numerous boards of NPO’s and is committed to supporting high quality healthcare on the Lower Peninsula.
Thomas Clark, Vice President
Appointed 09/2011 and 12/2013 ; Term Expires 12/2019
Lane Chesley, Treasurer
Appointed 1/16; Term Expires 12/2019
Occupation: Project Manager
Bernadette Wilson, Secretary
Appointed 11/2006; Term Expires 12/2020
Bernie has lived in Alaska since 1970, and Homer since 1978. She has worked as an Army Nurse and spent over 20 years as an RN in both hospital and private practice settings. She serves as a pilot study nurse, critiquing Continuing Education Courses for RN’s. She is involved in numerous community organizations and enjoys photography, cooking and spending time with family, friends, & grandchildren.
Keri-Ann Baker, Director
Appointed 03/2018; Term Expires 12/2020
Todd Boling, DO, Director/Physician Seat
Appointed 4/2018; Expires 12/2018
Matthew Hambrick, Director
Appointed 01/2010; Term Expires12/2018
Occupation: General Contractor
Vickey Hodnik, DDS, Director
Appointed 04/2009; Term Expires 12/2018
Dr. Hodnik has lived in Alaska for over 30 years, calling Homer her home for most of those. She is involved in Rotary, the Chamber of Commerce, and was formerly on the hospital’s Service Area Board. She runs a private dental practice in Homer.
Walter Partridge, Director
Appointed 6/2018; Term Expires 12/2019
Julie Woodworth, Director
Appointed 03/2009; Term Expires 12/2020
Occupation: Banking – Regional Branch Manager
Julie is a Business Banking Manager with over 20 years of banking experience in Alaska. Julie is originally from North Dakota, and moved to Alaska in 1985 with her husband Shane. Their family moved to Homer in 1999, relocating from Dillingham, and enjoy being a part of Homer Community. They have a strong attachment to South Peninsula Hospital and value the quality of care provided to the community.