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July 30, 2012

Hospital Foundation hires new executive director

RUSHVILLE — The Rush Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced Faith Mock as its new executive director.

Many may know of Mock from her 33 years of teaching health and physical education at Rushville Consolidated High School. Instrumental in creating curriculum and instructing students, Mock has been an avid sponsor of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA).

When asked about this new venture, Mock said she is very excited about focusing her time and energy into this organization. "As a life-long resident of Rush County, I recognize the importance of not only our hospital, but the hospital's foundation. I am very excited about getting started, putting my ideas to work and increasing opportunities for people to invest in this great facility, " she said. "We have a wonderful hospital and a super staff and I am so privileged to become part of this organization."

"We are very excited to have Faith as our Foundation executive director," said Brad Smith, Rush Memorial Hospital president and CEO. "Her energy and passion for this community is a perfect fit for the Rush Memorial Hospital Foundation. I look forward to working with her in her new role!"

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