Board

The Reid Foundation Board of Directors is comprised of 17 individuals who reside within Reid’s service area including three individuals who serve through ex-officio relationships: Reid’s Governing Board Chair, Reid’s President and the Reid Auxiliary President.




Robert Bever

Robert “Bob” Bever is a native of Richmond and began practicing law in 1978 with the prior firm of Harlan, Schussler, Keller & Boston. He graduated with honors from DePauw University in 1975 and is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Indiana University Law School in 1978. He was named in Outstanding Young Men of America in 1983 and is Read more…


Jackie Carberry // Chair

Jackie Carberry and her husband, Alan, moved to Richmond in 1991 from northern Indiana, falling in love with the local architecture and history of Wayne County. For many years, Jackie sold antiques while Alan worked in Brookville, Ohio, as an electrical engineer. In 1995, they turned an idea into a reality as they launched Warm Glow Candle Company in Centerville. Read more…




Jon Ford

A member of both the Reid Foundation board and Reid Health governing board, Ford has been given the opportunity to see health care from several perspectives. “I wear a hat as a potential customer and look at the care we provide from a personal standpoint.” Before his retirement as plant manager at Purina Mills, he also had the perspective of Read more…


Anthony Gillam

Tony has worked in public accounting his whole professional career since joining the profession in 1985. Prior to forming Gillam & Zetzl, Inc. he worked for two different large regional accounting firms in both the audit and tax departments. Tony is a near lifelong Wayne County resident and graduated high school from Lincoln High School in Cambridge City. Tony has Read more…


Robin Henry // Vice Chair

Robin Henry has served Wayne County residents for many years, most recently as Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Executive Assistant to the President/CEO at West End Bank, S.B. To Robin, though, serving the community is much more than her job. She has a passion for people, which transcends to her volunteerism. She currently volunteers with WCTV, Wayne County Read more…



Craig Kinyon // Reid President

What is “mission?” Does it apply to organizations? Is it necessary? Does it really matter? The Reid Health team has strong feelings about these questions. We are convinced that mission matters. In fact, it matters a great deal. Mission is what keeps us on course. We live during stressful and complex times when it is all too easy to lose Read more…


Garry Kleer // Secretary/Treasurer

Garry is an Indiana University graduate as well as a graduate of ABA Graduate School of Commercial Lending and Stonier Graduate School of Banking. Garry began his banking career in 1978, and became President and CEO of First Bank Richmond in 2001.  Under Garry’s Leadership, First Bank has built five new branches.  They also purchased the old GTE building and Read more…


Penny Pentecost

A graduate of Lincoln High School and Indiana University, Penny holds her Master’s degree in education.  She has taught students at Ivy Tech, Indiana University East, Lincoln High School and Richmond High School.  While at RCS, in addition to teaching, she was a Teacher Leader of Professional Development and active in the Richmond Education Association, serving as president for six Read more…


Len Vonderhaar

A 50-year resident of Preble County, Len Vonderhaar understands the importance of family and industry in rural Ohio.  He has five children, fourteen grandchildren, and a lovely wife, Charlotte.  Len’s farming roots run three generations deep and continue growing – currently, he farms with his youngest son, Alan. In addition to his work at Reid Health, he is pleased to Read more…


David Wesler

David Wesler and his wife, Mary, are long-time residents and farm owners in New Paris, Ohio.  Formerly, he was a partner in Wesler Orchard and served many years as Fiscal Officer of Jefferson Township.  Most recently, David served in public office as Preble County Commissioner.  When not working, David enjoys spending time on the golf course or visiting his three children and five grandchildren. David has Read more…