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PUTNAM HOSPITAL CENTER HONORS LAKE MAHOPAC ROTARIAN KEVIN BAILEY

L to R: Maureen H. Zipparo, President, PHC; Dr. Joel Buchalter, MD, President, Medical Staff, PHC;

Kevin Bailey, Lake Mahopac Rotarian and PHC Honoree and Jeffrey Redfield, Chairman, PHC Board of Directors (Photo provided by Putnam Hospital Center)

Cable advertising businessman and community leader Kevin Bailey’s primary association with Putnam Hospital Center has been as a dedicated and hard-working member of the PHC Foundation Board of Director’s for over 15 years. Garnering community support for and promoting the hospital, he has served as its vice chairman and chairman during his tenure. That promotion has included donating countless weekends over a 20 year period to film and produce cable television broadcast that highlighted events and programs of area organizations, including those of PHC. A familiar face in Putnam County, Kevin is Putnam County Industrial Agency, member and past president of the Paterson Rotary Club, and member and past president and executive director of the Mahopac Chamber of Commerce. Kevin has always been very active in the community, lending his time and talents and often holding leadership positions in numerous organizations, including the Putnam County Economic Development Corporation, Putnam Visitors Bureau, Brewster Chamber of Commerce, United Way and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Putnam County.

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