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Adventist Health Foundation Announces New Executive and Board Chair


Adventist Health’s Foundation in Portland announces new leadership with the appointment of Bob Dureault as executive director and Dan Tonkovich as chair of the board of directors.

Dureault has more than 20 years of experience leading philanthropic efforts for health care and higher education organizations. Most recently he served as the executive director of development for Marin General Hospital in Greenbrae, Calif.

“I am thrilled to be part of a dedicated team that is focused on enhancing the healing mission of this organization, while taking a fresh, new look at opportunities moving forward,” says Dureault.

Dureault is joined by Tonkovich, who has a long history with Adventist Health, having served on the Foundation board since 2010 and as vice chair of the board since 2012. Tonkovich is the director of business development for the Stoner Electric Group in Milwaukie, Ore. He and his family have lived in Vancouver for 30 years, where he served on the Vancouver City Council from 1991-2007 and as mayor pro tem from 1996-2007.

The Adventist Health Foundation represents the philanthropic efforts of Adventist Health in the Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area. All contributions raised are used to benefit the quality of wellness activities and care in our communities.

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