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Board of Directors Welcomes Two New Members

Rideout Press Releases

Marysville, Yuba City - The Rideout Health Group announces two new members to its Board of Directors -- Dave Vaughn and John Wright, both of Yuba City. These new members join a distinguished group of medical and business leaders.

"We are delighted to welcome John and Dave to our board," commented John Weiler, Chairman, FRHG Board of Directors. "Each of these individuals brings a unique range of talent and expertise to our efforts."

Dave Vaughn, is the Vice President and General Manager of Recology, Yuba Sutter. He is currently the Chairman of the Board for the Yuba-Sutter Chamber of Commerce. Dave also serves on these boards and committees: The Rotary Club of Yuba City; the County of Yuba Economic Development Advisory Committee; the Peachtree Golf & Country Club Finance Committee; the City of Yuba City Economic Task Force; LEAD Yuba-Sutter Alumni Board and the Beale Military Liaison Committee. He is a past member of the Rideout Foundation Board of Directors.

Dave received his Bachelors of Arts in Management from the University of Phoenix. Dave, and his wife of 21 years, Linda, have lived in the Yuba-Sutter area since 1998 and have two sons, Lucas and Jared.

John Wright, retired in 2005 from his post as the Public Works Director for the City of Yuba City. He is a licensed professional civil engineer and currently works part-time for the City of Grass Valley in that capacity. John's civic and community involvement include: Troop 46 Boy Scouts; Sutter Buttes Little League; Yuba Sutter Youth Soccer League; Yuba City High School, Gray Avenue Middle School and April Lane School Site Councils; Yuba City Unified School District Bond Oversight Committee; and the Sutter County Flood Control Citizens Committee.

John received his MS Civil Engineering degree from the University of Florida and a BS in Civil Engineering from University of California, Davis. He and his wife Susan have lived in the Yuba Sutter area for more than twenty years. The couple has two sons Eric and Scott, both are active duty soldiers stationed at Fort Benning, Georgia.

"The addition of these new board members will ensure that FRHG will continue to benefit from a diversity of knowledge and experience. Each was invited to join our board because of their strong leadership skills and long-standing community involvement," said Terri Hamilton, CEO, Fremont-Rideout Health Group