Newly Elected Officers
Jess Parrish Medical Foundation (JPMF), the philanthropic arm of Parrish
Healthcare, announced the election of E.E. (Gene) Sego as chairman of
the board of directors. Sego, a retired pharmacist, is the founder of
Sego’s Home Medical Equipment, a family-owned and operated company
which includes three Central Florida locations. For more than 40 years,
Sego and his family have invested in this community with their passion
for helping people.
“As a member of the JPMF board for more than 13 years, I am honored
to assume this leadership role and look forward to building on the successes
of my predecessors. We have an outstanding group of committed volunteers
who pledge their interest, time and financial support all for the continuation
of quality healthcare in North Brevard County,” says Sego.
Other officers and members of the executive board voted into office include
Jessie Kirk (chair-elect), Rachel Terry (vice chair), Melissa Lugo (treasurer),
Randall Coleman (secretary), Barbara Terhune (immediate past chair), and
George Mikitarian (ex-officio and PMC president/CEO). Also elected to
serve on the executive board are: Jerry Allender, Esq., Richard Boggs,
Christopher Broome, Esq., Santiago Bulnes, Dr. Philip Simpson, Jason L.
Snodgrass, N. Christine Sylvester, and William Terry.
Also serving as directors are: Herman Cole, David D. Ferguson, Dorothy
Hudson, Terry Lee, Patricia Manning, Ed.D., William McCarthy, Carla McRae,
Roger Miller, Katherine Musick, Ron Norris, Jr., J.J. Parrish III, Howard
W. Rinker, D.D.S., Turmy Sieveking, Tanya Taival, D.O., and Michael Van Heusen.