Mike Mosel of rural Grant has replaced retiring Perkins County Health Services Foundation Board member, Bob Cummings. Cummings came on the foundation board as a replacement for Steve Bottom, fulfilling the maximum nine years between them.
Mosel was born in Grant and graduated from Perkins County High School in 1980. He attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and graduated with a B.S. in Agriculture Economics in 1984. Since that date Mosel has attended numerous schools of banking courses from 2001 through 2010, and graduated from Colorado School of Banking, at Boulder in 2010.
Mosel was a self-employed farmer from 1984 through 2001 and continues to farm on a part-time basis. He also prepared income tax returns for H & R Block from 1986 through 1988. Currently, he is a loan/trust officer for Adams Bank and Trust; a position he’s held since 2001.
Mosel is married to Debbie and they have three grown sons, Mitch, Mark and Scott.
Mosel was elected to the Perkins County Hospital District Board of Directors in 2010. He is a past Boy Scout leader of Troop 160, current member and past officer of the National Association of Conservation District and past president of the Nebraska Association of Resources District. He is currently the treasurer for Trinity Lutheran Church and a member of the Ogallala Rotary Club.
When asked about his opinion on health care in Perkins County, he said, “One of the vital ingredients needed to ensure quality and quantity of life is to have access to great doctors and nurses who have the knowledge and tools at their fingertips to take care of you in time of need. We are blessed to have those professionals, equipment and facilities that meet these needs here in Perkins County. I am looking forward to doing my part to ensure that Perkins County Hospital continues to be that vital ingredient to the quality and quantity of life.”
The Perkins County Health Services Foundation Board of Directors consists of nine Perkins County residents. There are two directors from each of the three commissioner districts, two hospital board representatives and one at-large member. Each board member may serve a maximum of three consecutive three-year terms, for a total of nine years.
Current board members are Lori Day and Michele Cutler, representing District I; Mary Dodson and Shawn Stutzman, representing District II; Dan Wallin and Patrick McGreer, representing District III; Bonnie Taubenheim and Mike Mosel, PCHS Hospital Board members; and at-large member, Eric Gengenbach.
The Foundation Board of Directors meets with Foundation Director, Jody Snogren for eight regular meetings throughout the year and an annual meeting which occurs in the first quarter. Sub-committees for investment, scholarship and planning meet in addition to the regular meetings. The PCHS Foundation is a 501©(3) non-profit corporation.