Paula Curtin Paula Curtin, Board Chairman, has been a resident of Sweet Grass County since 1974 and currently owns and manages K-W Feed and Grain.  Paula has served diligently on the Pioneer Medical Center Board since 1996.  She has been a volunteer EMT since 2000 and also serves on the EMT council for the Sweet Grass County Ambulance.  When asked about her volunteer service, she responded that, “Everyone should give back to their communities and as healthcare is something I am very interested in, I hope I can make a difference.”
Mark Ketcham holds the position of Principal at the Big Timber Grade School and has resided in Sweet Grass County since 1999.  Mark has been a member of the Pioneer Medical Center Board since 2004.  He is also a member of the Lions Club and the Little Herder Football Board and the Commissioner of the Overland Men’s Golf Association.  Mark had the following to say about his work with the PMC, “I enjoy the interaction with the staff and board members at the PMC.  It is a great facility and staff and I have learned a great deal in working with them.  I am also very fascinated by health care and being a member of the Board is a very rewarding experience.”
Perry Anderson has been a member of the Pioneer Medical Center Board since 2003 and is a life-long resident of Sweet Grass County.  Perry has been a rancher all of his life and currently resides on land that includes his Great-Great Grandfather’s 1883 Homestead.  He has also volunteered his time by helping organize the Sweet Grass County Combined Campaign and serving as a 4-H leader.  He is currently the Chairman of the Sweet Grass Health Care Foundation and is very active in his church.  When asked about his healthcare service over the years, Perry responded that it is one of his priorities to help “ensure quality, affordable healthcare for the residents of Sweet Grass County.”

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Clint Rech has been a resident of Big Timber for 5 years and joined the Pioneer Medical Center Board in January 2014. Clint works as a Loan Officer at Citizens Bank & Trust Co. Clint is married to Callie and they have 3 children, KJ, Carly and Luke. Callie teaches at the grade school, KJ is a senior in college at MSU Northern; Carly is a junior in college and attends Northwest Nazarene in Nampa, Idaho with her husband Logan, and Luke is a senior in high school here in Big Timber. Clint has been involved in oil related businesses and ranching for most of his life and moved to Big Timber from Isabel South Dakota where the family managed a ranch for 13 years with the goal of raising their family on a cattle ranch. A career change allowed Clint to enter into the banking profession where he has developed a new passion for financing and the banking profession. “I believe that my business background can be an asset to the PMC and I’m a firm believer in transparency and accountability, especially where public money is involved. We all need health care at some point in time and this community has stated openly that it wants the health care services that are currently offered. Our responsibility is to deliver the best possible care we can while being fiscally responsible.”

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