Kent Feltz of Baxter, the owner of KF Engineering, M-Pro and M3B, recently joined Cuyuna Regional Medical Center’s Board of Directors.
Feltz has been part of KF Engineering since 1999 when he earned his Master of Science degree in Engineering Management from the Milwaukee School of Engineering. He also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. The private pilot also volunteered with Lakewood Evangelical Church and Kids Against Hunger. He and his wife, Joy, have three sons.
On the CRMC Board, he joins Kevin Egan, attorney and managing director and co-founder of Castling Partners; Denise Laudenbach, owner of the Dock Panther; Bart Taylor, regional president of RiverWood Bank; Dr. Peter MacKay, family medicine; Dr. Shawn Roberts, surgeon; CRMC Governing Board Chairman Richard Schiller and member Andrea Bedard; and CEO Kyle Bauer.
The Board’s primary responsibility is to follow the organization’s mission. CRMC is an independent, community-based organization with medical facilities in Crosby, Baxter and Longville.