Chris Sullivan, local business owner and family man, joins Pondera Medical Center (PMC) Board of Directors. Chris was appointed to the PMC Board of Directors on June 26, 2018.
A strong sentiment is shared by the PMC Board Members and new member, Chris, is no exception; they all strive to see PMC succeed.
Having been born at PMC and raised in Conrad Chris shows great pride in this community. When asked why he chose to join the Board, Chris replied that he wanted to see how he can serve, learn, and make a difference in the PMC facility.
Chris and his wife, Amy Sullivan, have four boys. James, 21 years old, is serving in the United States Army. Joseph, 18, is attending college at MSU Bozeman. Their youngest boys are in elementary school in Conrad, John (Jack) is 9 and Jeffrey is 6 years old.
Chris owns and operates an excavating business in Conrad called Sullivan Brothers Construction. This family owned and operated business was founded by Chris’s parents, Dan and Libby Sullivan, in 1978. Chris and Amy began taking over the business in 2013, as Dan and Libby began to enjoy retirement.
Chris joins Bernard Ries (Chairman), Darby Donoven (Vice Chairman), Janice Hoppes (Treasurer), Debbie Sturm (Secretary), Brent Gaylord (former Chairman), and Craig Ostman on the PMC Board of Directors. The PMC administration and staff applaud all the current and past volunteer Board Members for their commitment and service to PMC and the entire community. The next Board meeting will be Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 6:00 pm at the Main Conference Room at PMC. Everyone is welcome to attend.