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November 12, 2019

PATH Foundation installs three new board members

Rodger Baker, Hanna Lee Rodriguez and Major Warner joined PATH’s 15-member board in September.
The Warrenton-based PATH Foundation has added the local hospital’s retired CEO, a lawyer and a school administrator to its 2019-20 board of directors.

These three in September joined the 15-member volunteer board that leads PATH’s strategic direction:

• Haymarket resident Rodger Baker, former CEO of Fauquier Health and longtime member of the Fauquier Health System and Fauquier Hospital Board of Directors.

• Manassas resident Hanna Lee Rodriguez, an attorney at Walker Jones in Warrenton, who serves on the board of the Mental Health Association of Fauquier County and previously served on the boards of the Fauquier Free Clinic and the Piedmont Symphony Orchestra.

• Delaplane resident Major Warner, Fauquier County Public Schools associate superintendent for instruction, who previously served as principal of Kettle Run High.

The three new board members succeeded Mark Van De Water, Patricia Woodward and Mary Leigh McDaniel who completed their tenure on the board.
“We’re incredibly thankful for the service of Mark Van de Water, Patricia Woodward and Mary Leigh McDaniel during their time on the PATH Foundation’s board,” PATH President Christy Connolly said. “We are lucky to have passionate community members at the helm of our organization, and we know that our board will provide mindful, effective leadership as we continue our work to strengthen the health and vitality of our community. We look forward to the unique insight our newest board members will bring to the table.”

Founded in November 2013 with proceeds of Fauquier Health’s sale to Tennessee-based LifePoint Health, PATH since then has made grants and other community investments of about $17 million.

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