The Shingletown Medical Center (SMC) would like to introduce its newest Board Member, Linda L. Krueger. The SMC Board of Directors consists of nine (9) members. Officers of the Board are Lorene Jefferson, Board Chair, Mary Williamson, Vice Chair, Tami Diab, Treasurer, and Secretary, Ed Garcia. Members are Phillip Graham, Linda Krueger, John Swanson, Cynthia Whitt and Nanette Zimmerman.
Linda has lived in Shingletown for the past 13 years, and is a recently retired Family Nurse Practitioner in which her last employer was Shasta County Mental Health. She is currently involved in many Shingletown volunteer community activities and brings with her a high level of energy and enthusiasm.
Linda is a Certified Senior Fitness Instructor with Shasta County and is the instructor for the “Fun with Senior Fitness” program that takes place each Tuesday & Thursday from 9:00am to 10:00am at the Black Butte Jr. High gymnasium. She is also a Board Member and actor of the local Shingletown Stage 44 Players, and a volunteer usher at the Redding Cascade Theatre.
Other community relations that show her love for the arts and public awareness are with the North State Symphony, KIXE Channel 9 and Jefferson Public Radio. She is also a member of the Shasta Community Concert Association “Shasta Live” concert series. With her background as a Nurse Practitioner she volunteers for the Federal and State Disaster Healthcare program.
When asked her reasons for joining the SMC Board, Linda stated; “I look forward to utilizing my medical background to support the clinic and work with them with their ever evolving enrichment and health of our Shingletown community.” Linda went on to say; “For our community I am looking forward to a more positive image of Shingletown and more community activities. I am very pleased with the current exercise and health related classes that SMC is offering at the Wellness Center and the “Healthy Living” courses at the Shingletown Area Resource Center. These classes are free to the public and help enrich the lives of our community members. I am also looking forward to more accessibility to the SMC Board members and input from the community. I would like to see more intermingling of all the Shingletown organizations and better communications amongst the groups. I feel my involvement in community activities gives me an opportunity to hopefully make a difference in people’s lives and the community in which we all live. Volunteerism enriches our lives and the lives of others.”
Tami Fraser, CEO Shingletown Medical Center commented; “We are very excited to have a person with her background and eagerness join our Board of Directors, and we look forward to her input and involvement with our community functions.” If you have any comments or would like to discuss joining the SMC Board please contact the clinic and you will be referred to the correct correspondence (530) 474-3390.