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Two new trustees join NCH Foundation board

March 20, 2019

Northwest Community Hospital (NCH) Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of two new trustees to its board. 

M. Susan Campbell

Well acquainted with NCH, Susan Campbell began her nursing career at the hospital before moving on to become a triage nurse for a private OB/GYN practice. Alongside her nursing career, she was Vice President of Campbell Properties, a commercial development company founded by her husband Michael, which had a presence in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana and Tennessee.

A longtime resident of Mount Prospect, Mrs. Campbell has volunteered for numerous organizations including the Infant Welfare Society of Chicago and PADS. She has been a member of First Presbyterian Church of Arlington Heights for 37 years where she has served as an elder and trustee. 

She received her nursing degree from Harper College and attended Millikin University where she and her husband received the Alumnus of the Year Award in 2016. 

Catherine M. Kane

Mrs. Kane is a tax principal for CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP in Oak Brook and also serves as their regional private client tax leader. Previously with KPMG, she has experience working with senior corporate executives with estate planning, personal income tax planning/compliance as well as business tax planning.

She and her husband Dan have lived in Arlington Heights for 18 years. A graduate of Loyola University, she is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Illinois Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Chicago Estate Planners Council. 

Mrs. Kane has been a member of NCH Foundation’s Planned Gifts Committee since 1998 and became chair of the committee in 2018.

“We are honored to welcome Sue and Cathy to our board,” said David Ungurean, Executive Director at NCH Foundation. “They will be a tremendous asset to the Foundation and will help guide and ensure the continued growth of our fundraising efforts for the benefit of our entire community.”