FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The PVH and MCR Foundation, which philanthropically supports and promotes UCHealth programs in northern Colorado, is expanding its board to 12 members with the addition of Dr. Douglas J. Kemme of Greeley.
Dr. Kemme is a medical oncologist with UCHealth Cancer Care and Hematology. A Greeley native, Kemme completed medical school and residency in Denver after graduating from the University of Colorado in Boulder. He and his wife, Emily, have lived in Greeley since 1992. The Kemmes have volunteered for a variety of organizations, including the American Cancer Society, NCMC Foundation, Greeley Philharmonic, Boys and Girls Club and High Plains Chautauqua.
“The services of UCHealth in northern Colorado are in no way limited to Larimer County,” said Mike Dellenbach, board chairman. “Dr. Kemme is a fixture in the Greeley community, and we are excited to have his input and perspective as we work to broaden engagement in the foundation’s health and wellness efforts.”
The full roster of the PVH and MCR Foundation Board includes: Chairman Mike Dellenbach (Dellenbach Motors), Kristi Benningsdorf (First Western Trust), Mark Driscoll (First National Bank), Jay Hardy (Brinkman Partners), Dr. Douglas Kemme, Dr. Robert Marschke, Yvonne Myers (Columbine Health Systems), Rod Rice (Hydro Construction), Miki Roth (The Group Loveland), Mike Sanders (Great Western Bank), Brandon Tompkins (RE/MAX Alliance) and Kevin Unger (Poudre Valley Hospital and Medical Center of the Rockies).
About UCHealth Northern Colorado Foundation
The mission of the Poudre Valley Hospital and Medical Center of the Rockies Foundation is to support its affiliated hospitals and clinics in the delivery and advancement of world-class health care in northern Colorado. The foundation realizes its mission through the development and stewardship of philanthropic resources in support of the hospitals’ mission and strategic goals.
Erica Siemers, senior director of PVH and MCR Foundation