On May 6, 2016

Paul Gallo elected to RRMC board

RUTLAND—Paul Gallo was elected to the Rutland Regional Medical Center Board of Directors at the hospital’s recent annual meeting.

Gallo is the owner and operator of Rutland’s Magic Brush, one of northern New England’s largest painting contractors servicing four states. Gallo, a community advocate and champion, has worked on the redevelopment of Center Street Marketplace, the creation of the Rutland Creek Path and the Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum. He has served as a board member with Rutland Free Library, Rutland Head Start, as well as serving as vice-president of the Paramount Theatre board, chair of the Rutland Creative Economy, the Italian-American Club and numerous advisory committees for local non-profits.

“Our board members provide guidance and oversight to ensure that we are fulfilling our mission to the community,” said Tom Huebner, president and CEO of RRMC. “Our board members devote countless hours of time to our organization and our community. They serve as volunteers and are charged with making decisions that help to enhance health care in our community. We thank them for this significant contribution to our hospital.”

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