Board

The Cabell Huntington Hospital Foundation Board of Directors is responsible for the direction and finances of the organization. In addition, they also serve as volunteers representing the Foundation in the communities in which we serve.

Jefferey Biederman, Jr.

Jeff has been the Senior Vice President of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management since 1997 where he is also a Financial Advisor and Financial Planning Specialist. He received his B.A. from Hampden-Sydney College in 1993.  Jeff and his wife, Amber, live in Huntington with their two children.

Kevin Craig

Kevin is the current Executive Vice President and former Vice President of Business Development of Natural Resource Partners. He was a Delegate of the West Virginia legislature for 14 years. Prior to his career with Natural Resource Partners, Kevin was the District Superintendent of CSX Transportation for eight years. Before his professional start, Kevin was a Captain in the U.S. Army for five years. He received his B.A. in accountancy from Notre Dame and his master’s in finance from Georgia Southern University. He and his wife, Rebecca, live in Huntington.

Francis D’Egidio

Francis is a Pharmacist at Fruth Pharmacy where he has served as a community leader for the city of Huntington for more than 50 years. He and his wife, Jane, live in Huntington.

David Graley

David is a retired Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Cabell Huntington Hospital. He drove the project to build the Hoops Family Children’s Hospital in Huntington. David spent more than 30 years serving local banking clients with JPMorgan Chase Bank and its predecessors, Bank One and The First Huntington National Bank.  He has served extensively on community and civic organization boards, including the Tri-State Boy Scouts, Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce, the West Virginia Biotech Alliance and the Huntington Area Development Council. He has also been honored several times for his volunteer service, including being named a Distinguished West Virginian in 2005 and being honored by Gov. Joe Manchin with a Commendation for Volunteer Service in 2006.

Patricia “Trish” Hoops

Patricia Hoops is the Founder of the Hoops Family Foundation and a number of the other Cabell Huntington Foundations. She and her husband, Jeff, have deep roots in the state of West Virginia and spent their time and energy working to make it a better state.

Christie Kinsey

Christie is a Financial Representative at Northwestern Mutual and has been working with Northwestern Mutual for over 30 years. She is currently the chairperson of the Board.  She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Huntington Museum of Art and on the Board of Governors for Marshall University.  She is married to Timothy Kinsey and has two step-sons and four grandchildren.

John Mandt, Jr.

John is the fourth generation of the family-owned and operated Stewart’s Original Hot Dogs. He has been working at Stewart’s since 1976. John is also the official hot dog sponsor of the Marshall University sporting events and created the West Virginia Hot Dog festival in 2005.

Christopher McNeely

Chris is a CPA at the Fyffe Jones Group in Huntington and has been with them for more than 15 years.  He received his B.S. in accounting at Marshall University. Chris is one of the founding member’s of Ethan’s Toy Box as well as a recently elected member of Team for West Virginia Children.

Marilyn Murdock

Marilyn and her sister, Bing Murphy, are co-owners of the restaurant Frostop. The Frostop in Huntington was started by her Marilyn’s father, Rupert McGinnis, and her uncle, William Warnock, in 1959 and has served as a local hit ever since.  Marilyn is also on the board of directors at Lilly’s Place, which provides medical care for prenatal drug exposure and offers education to families battling for substance-abused infants. She received her bachelor’s degree in education from West Virginia University and her master’s in special education from Marshall University. She is a retired English teacher.

Doug Reynolds

Doug is an attorney at his firm, Reynolds & Associates, and he is also a native to Huntington. After earning his bachelor’s degree in political science from Duke University, he went onto West Virginia University College of Law.  In 2003, he started Reynolds & Associates.  Doug was elected to the state legislator in 2006.  He lives in  Huntington with his wife Maria.

Paul English Smith

Paul is the Vice President and General Counsel for Cabell Huntington Hospital.  He joined Cabell Huntington Hospital in 1985.  Today he oversees the hospital’s insurance, malpractice defense, large claims resolution, corporate compliance, HIPAA privacy compliance and risk management education.

John Spoor

John serves as President and Chief Operating Officer of State Electric Supply Co. Spoor has been a Regional Vice President for NAED and a member of their Board of Directors. He has been a member of A-D’s Board since 2004. He served as a Director of Affiliated Distributors, Inc. since 2004. He is a graduate of Marshall University with a Bachelor of Science and MBA.

Barry Taylor

Barry is a practicing member at Jenkins Fenstermaker in Huntington. He is also a member of the West Virginia Bar Association.  Barry received his B.A. in political science from The Ohio State University and later went on to achieve his J.D. from The College of William and Mary.  He also has an L.L.M. from the University of the West Indies Faculty of Law.

Omayma Touma

Omayma is a retired Huntington pediatrician and Director of the Cabell County Health Department. Dr. Touma graduated from the University of Damascus and is married to Dr. Joe Touma, who also practices medicine in Huntington.

Tamela White

Tammy is a member and Founder of Ferrell, White & Legg attorneys at law. She was the first female trial lawyer from West Virginia to be elected to the International Association of Defense Counsel and is currently serving as Chair of the Medical Defense Committee of that prestigious organization. White obtained her nursing degree from The Ohio State University, a J.D from Northern Kentucky University, and then a master’s in public health from Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Tony Martin

Tony is the Operations Manager at State Electric Supply Co. since 2009.  He is also a retired U.S. Navy Commodore where he commanded Maritime Pre-Position Ships Squadron Two. Prior to his service, Tony received his B.S. in Business Management/Human Resources from State University of New York at Albany and then earned his master’s in military and strategic leadership from the U.S. Naval War College.

Bill Wright

Wright is a Practice Administrator at Radiology Incorporated in Huntington. Wright received his B.S. at the West Virginia School of Pharmacy and then later went on to earn his MBA at Marshall University.

Richard “Dick” Wilson

Dick is a retired businessman.

Corinna Oliashirzi

Corinna is a retired Physician Assistant.