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Maui Memorial Foundation welcomes new Board Member Mick Fleetwood

By Staff | Dec 30, 2010

The board includes (from left): Tony Takitani of the Maui Regional Board; Lani Correa, Maui Memorial Medical Center Foundation (MMMCF) executive director; Mick Fleetwood; Saedene Ota, MMMCF board president; and Wesley Lo, Maui Memorial Medical Center CEO.

WAILUKU — Mick Fleetwood, legendary drummer, co-founding member of Fleetwood Mac and a Maui resident, was recently elected to join the Maui Memorial Medical Center Foundation (MMMCF) Board of Directors.

“We are thrilled with the addition of Mick to our already illustrious board,” said Saedene Ota, MMMCF board president. “His creativity and enthusiasm for giving back to our Maui community will be a great asset for not only the board, but for healthcare on Maui as well.”

“I am honored to be elected to the Maui Memorial Medical Center Foundation board and to serve with such a great group of civic leaders,” said Fleetwood.

“MMMC has made great changes and additions recently and plans more to serve our community. I am committed to help bring awareness and support here, and in my own small way, contribute to bring healthcare to the next level on Maui.”

In addition to music projects, Fleetwood manages his own wine enterprise, Mick Fleetwood Private Cellar, and is scheduled to open a new restaurant, bar and nightclub on Maui, Fleetwood’s on Front Street, during the summer of 2011.

In addition to Fleetwood, five other new MMMCF board members were also announced: Rian P. DuBach, vice president, American Savings Bank; Patrick L. Ing, CPA, president and owner of Patrick L. Ing CPA Inc.; Galen Nakamura, senior vice president and manager of commercial banking on Maui for Bank of Hawaii; Kimberly A.B. Sloper, Esq., deputy corporation counsel, Department of the Corporation Counsel, County of Maui; and Trevor N. Tokishi, CPA, executive vice president, Valley Isle Community Federal Credit Union.

“We are extremely proud and pleased to welcome all of our new board members to the hospital.” Ota added.