Board of Directors
"Jeri" was born and raised in Southern California in the Whittier area, finishing her K-8 Teaching Credential at Whittier College. She taught for a few years, married and raised 6 children and when all 6 were in school, Jeri returned to the classroom and worked for the Los Angeles Archdiocese Catholic Schools in the Whittier area in Education Administration. She moved to Gold Beach in June, 1991. In October of 1991 she was hired as the Emergency Services Director for Curry County. She retired, when she married Wally Honeycutt in 1997. Together they have 13 children. They built the Rogue Reef Inn Bed & Breakfast and were Innkeepers for 10 years. Jeri spends her time now working with nonprofits in the community and trying to keep up with 23 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.
Karen has been an active Real Estate Broker since 2006. She currently serves on the Curry County Planning Commission and is an active Board member of the Curry Health District. Karen was elected in the Spring of 2015 and took the oath of office for a four-year term as a Board member on July 1, 2015. Her experience in health care administration includes serving for eight years as Director of Human Resources for Curry Health Network, and also for a period of time was the Materials (Purchasing) Manager. Kennedy is currently the Principal Broker and owner of Ultimate Coastal Properties, a real estate firm that specializes in properties on the Southern Oregon coast. Her background in non-profit and for-profit sectors gives her insight into balancing best business practices with the benefits of giving back to the community.
Karen grew up
Dr. Davis received his medical degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, Pre-med at Wake Forest University and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at San Jose University. He served his general surgery internship and urology residency at the University of California, Irvine. Dr. Davis brings with him many new diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to aid in patient urological care.
His patient care philosophy: As physicians, we achieve our skills from education and a lot of hard work. Education is key to what we do in the deliverance of care; not only my knowledge but the education and knowledge I can provide the patient. This plays an integral part in their healing process. This is why the history we take and how well we listen to our patient matter so much. One of my medical school professors told me once that the patient will tell you what is wrong with them. It takes a good listener that is knowledgeable to put together this information to come up with a diagnosis and a specific individualized care plan specifically for this patient. Even in similar diagnosis any given patient will have different background and culture. These factors must be considered in coming up with the best treatment plan that works for that patient. Our treatment plan may not work, and probably will not for all patients so we much tailor what we do to an individual.
Born and raised in Park City, Utah until fifth grade, moved to Salt Lake City and continued education there until senior year. Moved to Reno, Nevada where I graduated from high school. Graduated with a BS degree in Elementary Education from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah. I married my husband 51 years ago in Utah. He was in the Navy so we moved to several paces in the U.S. We have two children, two granddaughters and three great grandchildren. We moved here from Reno over a decade ago. I am currently active with Curry General Hospital Auxiliary and serve on the board of Directors of Curry Health Foundation.
Leslie has been living in Gold Beach since 1977. She has owned Interior Coverups since 1987. While raising her children she was very involved in the Booster Club and served on the Curry County Pageant board. She is an active Soroptimist and currently their secretary. Leslie has been active in the community with the Chamber of Commerce and promotion committee. She enjoys volunteer work as well as gardening, hiking and family.
Steve was born and raised in Chinook, Montana. He received a Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry and his master's degree in education from Montana State University. He also has a master's degree in educational psychology from the University of Hawaii. He moved to Curry County in 1970 where he was an educator, involved in his church and a 4-H leader. He retired after 32 years as a teacher, counselor, coach and advisor at Gold Beach High School. Presently he: works part-time for Cal-Ore Life Flight as an EMT-I and tutors an occasional student in math. This year Steve is President of the congregation of Trinity Lutheran Church in Brookings. Any remaining time is spent surfing, steelhead fishing or scuba diving.
Dugie was born in Coquille, Oregon and raised in Powers. The family moved to Curry County in1955. He graduated Gold Beach Union High School in 1959. Dugie married his wife, Shirley, in 1970. For 37 years Dugie was co-owner of Freeman Marine Equipment building doors and hatch windows for all types of vessels from commercial vessels to mega yachts and military vessels. Products were sold in 51 countries around the world. The company was sold in 2011 and he retired. Dugie has been a member of Rotary of Gold Beach since 1972, served four years on the Ophir School board, on Curry Health District board for eight years, four years as chair. Mainly involved with the Gold Beach Senior Center and Gold Beach High School Scholarship program now. Serves on the Curry Health Foundation Board of Directors.
Larry and his wife Vivian have lived in Curry County for nearly forty years, residing in Gold Beach for thirty five of those years.
Larry worked in administration for local grocery company C&K Market Inc, DBA Ray's Food Place, for over thirty five years. Throughout that time C&K grew from two Curry county stores to sixty two stores located throughout Oregon and Northern California. He finished has active career with the company as general manager. In retirement he currently serves on the board of directors for the company. C&K employees 3,000 employees, with nearly 300 of them residing in and utilizing the medical services provided throughout Curry County.
The Hages have two children who chose careers in the medical field, one as a nurse at Three Rivers hospital in Grants Pass and the other in spinal surgery sales and support at the hospital level in Portland.
Larry and Vivian enjoy gardening, raising blueberries, golfing and rafting during the summers and traveling during the other seasons.
Cathy Kelly was the Personnel secretary of Stayton Canning Co Co-op. Cathy was Administrative Assistant to former Governor Elmo Smith. She worked as Corporate Secretary for Smith’s newspapers for 11 years before moving to Gold Beach in 1975. She then did accounting and payroll work and managed Tamco offices for six years before taking a position in the Oregon State Courts as Judicial Assistant.
Cathy recently retired after 14 years with the courts.
Raised on the east coast, Mary Stansell has been living on the south Oregon Coast for over 25 years. She and her husband Les, a custom guitar builder, make their home in Pistol River. Their two daughters Laura and Jennifer were raised in Gold Beach, attended local schools, and graduated from college with honors. Mary and Les were extremely pleased with the education their daughters received in Gold Beach. Their older daughter Laura, has two sons, Dylan and Kyler.
Mary served as an elected member of the Central Curry School District for many years, and currently serves as a volunteer member of the Budget Committee. She and Les founded the Pistol River Concert Association, a concert series that has been bringing high-quality music to the local community for over twenty years.
Prior to beginning her career as a Realtor with Century 21 Agate Realty in Gold Beach, Mary spent 12 years working for the Forest Service. "I enjoy being able to share my love for this area with visitors and new people moving into the area," stated Mary.
Mary is the recipient of the 2007 Gold Beach Citizen of the Year Award.
Before retiring in 1999, Dale was the CEO for several health care service firms in Texas and Pennsylvania. Since 1970, he has worked with hospitals to help them diversify into non-acute care services, including ambulatory care, home health, managed care, physician services as well as assisting Fortune 500 firms with their health insurance and wellness programs.
With his wife, Jo Ann, they now breed Hanoverian horses.
Dale was instrumental in helping to build the Shore Pines Assisted Living Community. He serves on the Boards of Gold Beach Educational Fund and the South Coast Leadership Council of the Oregon Community Foundation where he spearheaded the development of the “Ready to Smile” program. Dale is a member of the Budget Committee of the Curry Health District and the Rotary Club. Dale was named Gold Beach Citizen of the Year for 2001 and Rotarian of the year in 2010.
Roseann grew up in a large family in Reedsport, Oregon. She moved to Eugene with her husband, Larry. There she volunteered at school in support of her two children, Ryan and Adele. Roseann did volunteer work for St. Vincent de Paul's social services division and is active in her church. She and Larry moved to Pistol River in 2004. Since moving she has worked in sales and design for a local flower shop. She is founder and co-owner/operator of SouthBank Berry Farm.