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Community Health Charities of Nebraska (CHC-NE) announced that two new board members have joined the Lincoln board of directors, representing two of the federation’s member charities: Dr. Bob Bleicher, HoriSun Hospice, representing Nebraska Hospice and Palliative Care Association; and Dr. Andrew Lepinski, Urology P.C., representing Autism Action Partnership.

Other board members include: Russell Sebek, chair, Wells Fargo, member at-large; Sheila Odom, vice chair, Eakes Office Solutions, Susan G. Komen® Great Plains representative; Nancy Biggs, Alzheimer’s Association Nebraska Chapter representative; Tammie Burns, Duncan Aviation, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – Nebraska Chapter representative; Jim Cada, Cada, Cada, Hoffman & Jewson, United Cerebral Palsy of Nebraska representative; Aaron Castens, Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, Nebraska/Iowa Chapter, Member Charity representative; Bridget Fargen, 10/11, Team Jack Foundation representative; Jay Foreman, Foreman Foundation, American Diabetes Association of Nebraska representative; Barry Gates, U.S. Bank, National MS Society - Mid America Chapter representative; John Gessert, Union Bank & Trust, Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, Nebraska/Iowa Chapter representative; Priscilla Henkelmann, member at-large; John Kuchta, SolutionOne, March of Dimes, Nebraska and Western Iowa Market representative; Chris Linville, Alpha Media, member at-large; Scott McLain, Garner Industries, member at-large; Charlie Meyer, Lincoln Saltdogs, Nebraska Kidney Association representative; Bryan Robertson, The Private Client Group of U.S. Bank, member at-large; Linda Robinson Rutz, Muscular Dystrophy Association of Nebraska representative; Daniel Schonlau, CHI Health St. Elizabeth, member at-large; Suzanne Sughroue, Madonna Foundation, Brain Injury Alliance of Nebraska representative; and Diane Temme, TMCO, Nebraska Community Blood Bank representative.

The organization also announced its 2017-18 statewide campaign total at its annual meeting on Aug. 22, raising $1,791,076 for all Nebraskans affected by chronic disease, disabilities and end-of-life issues.

In Lincoln, Community Health Charities of Nebraska has a full partnership with United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County. For more information about CHC-NE and the work of its member charities, go to www.chcne.org and www.facebook.com/CHCNebraska.com, or call 402-614-8500.

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