Diane Wylam Joins Wayne Memorial Health Foundation
. Ms. Wylam is currently the Senior Vice President and Senior Trust Officer in the Wealth Management and Trust Department at Wayne Bank in Honesdale. She brings a solid background in finance to her new volunteer post, including experience with planned giving, and is looking forward to working with the hospital.
“I hope to be able to contribute to the continued success of the organization and give back to the community,” said Ms. Wylam. “Maintaining top notch healthcare is crucial to every community and I welcome the opportunity to be part of this board. I have been thoroughly impressed with Wayne Memorial from the first day I stepped into the hospital.”
Wylam attended the University of Scranton and Lackawanna College before securing her law degree from the Widener School of Law in 1994. Prior to her position at Wayne Bank, she was the Director of Major and Planned Giving at Misericordia University and, before that, she started the Trust Division and served as Senior Trust Officer at Fidelity Deposit and Discount Bank in Dunmore. Ms. Wylam also has experience in business ownership and in healthcare. She worked in family businesses and from 2001-2010, she served on the Board of St. Joseph’s Center.
G. Richard Garman, executive director of Wayne Memorial Health Foundation, described Ms. Wylam as “an excellent fit for our board.” He, too, is looking forward to the relationship. “We anticipate that Diane’s knowledge of finance, law and charitable giving will greatly benefit the Foundation and ultimately the hospital, its patients and the community it serves.”
Other board members include Chairman Alfred G. Howell; Matthew Meagher; Henry Skier; Nancy Propst; Michael Gallagher, MD; Dan Kagan; Suzanne Grady; Mark Honigfeld; Milton Roegner; Martha Sader; Margaretta Niles; William Chatlos; Jeffrey Skier; Maureen Beilman; Gary Beilman and Tom Sheridan.
The Wayne Memorial Health Foundation supports Wayne Memorial Health System and the health of the community it serves by working with donors, patrons and benefactors to preserve and enhance healthcare services and access. For more information, visit www.wmh.org/wmhf or call (570) 253-8272. Back