Mercy Health Foundation-Lourdes has added four new members to its board and elevated current board members Glenn Denton and Rodger Harrison to the respective roles of chair and vice chair.

Denton is an attorney and partner at Denton Law Firm in Paducah who has served on the foundation board since 2014. After graduating from Paducah Tilghman High School, Centre College and Chase College of Law, Denton returned to Paducah to practice law with his father more than 20 years ago. Denton also serves on the board of directors for Paducah Bank and Trust Company and is a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel. He lives in Paducah with his wife and fellow attorney, Heather Hallmark Denton. They have two children.

Harrison has served on the board since 2015. He is the owner of Waterway Ag Inc. in Metropolis, Illinois, continuing the legacy of the business co-founded by his father. Harrison and his wife, Cheryl, have two adult children.

New board members are Bob Doering, director of Mission Services for Mercy Health-Lourdes Hospital; Laura Shoulta Haas, graduate of Reidland High School and Murray State University; Amy Roof, certified financial planner with Williams & Roof Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo Advisors in Paducah; and Marcus Turnley, physician assistant at Mercy Health-Lourdes Hospital.

Mercy Health Foundation-Lourdes is the philanthropic arm of Mercy Health-Lourdes Hospital.

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