Gayle Mroczkowski, President
Gayle Mroczkowski is a former hospital and non profit administrator who has lived in Petoskey for 14 years. During that time, she and her late husband, Tom, adopted a total of five dogs and one cat from LTBHS. In addition to currently serving as Vice-President of the LTBHS Board of Directors, Gayle is Vice-President of the Friends of the Petoskey Public Library. She has also been appointed by the Emmet County Board of Commissioners to serve as a Bay Bluffs Medical Care Facility trustee and an advisory board member of the Emmet/Charlevoix Department of Health and Human Services. She has also been appointed as a board member of the North Central Michigan College Foundation.
Lori Jodar, Vice President
Lori Jodar moved to Petoskey in 1976. Lori has been involved with purebred Bernese Mountain Dogs almost all of her adult life and has served the breed in many volunteer capacities including as President of the Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America. She is currently the President of The Berner-Garde Foundation, a volunteer organization dedicated to the health of Bernese Mountain Dogs. Lori also served on the Charlevoix Area Hospital Foundation Board of Directors, retiring in 2013. Educated as a Registered Nurse, Lori currently owns her own real estate business, Lori Jodar & Co., practicing as a broker in Northern Michigan.
Beth Skau, Secretary
Beth Skau, and her husband, Greg, moved to Harbor Springs full-time in 2009. They have two daughters, Stephanie and Emily. The Skaus have two dogs - a lab named Cessie and Nev who was adopted from LTBHS in 2012. Beth and Greg are very active and enjoy taking their dogs on trail runs, skiing and snowshoeing. Beth attended the University of Detroit Mercy and received a BA and MA in school psychology. She currently does marketing for a men’s professional cycling team.
William (Bill) McKinley, Treasurer
Bill McKinley is a founding general partner and member of the St. Clair Companies, LLC, investment committee. His experience includes direct client representation and relationship management for transactional business including sell-side and buy-side advisory, capital planning and structuring, and direct placement of debt and equity securities. He has significant domestic and international merger and acquisition advisory experience, with a particular emphasis on manufacturing companies. Bill was a co-founder of W.Y. Campbell & Company, which was sold to Comerica Bank. Bill is also the co-founder of Peninsula Capital Partners and Superior Capital Partners. Prior to that, Bill was a vice president in the corporate finance department of First of Michigan Corporation. Bill holds a B.S. from BabsonCollege and an M.B.A. from the Fuqua School of Business at DukeUniversity. Bill lives in Harbor Springs with his wife, Celeste. He has two step sons and enjoys spending time with his dogs Daisy and Sailor.
Gordon Ford, Jr.
Gordon Ford graduated from DenisonUniversity with a B.A. in 1991. Presently, he volunteers with The Children’s Center of Wayne County in Detroit, Michigan. Gordon previously served as Vice President of the Board of Directors at St. Peter’s Home for Boys in Detroit. While on the board, Gordon participated in various committees including finance, development and fundraising. Gordon lives with his wife, Tina, in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, with their short hair tortoise shell, Phoenix. They also share their home with Bosco, a pit bull mix who was rescued from LTBHS. They own a condominium at Trout Creek where they spend much of their time.
Lyn began her career in healthcare at Hutzel Hospital in the Detroit Medical Center after attending Wayne State University. After moving to Petoskey in 1973, she joined the staff at Lockwood MacDonald Hospital, then Northern Michigan Hospital. There, she held positions ranging from Director, Administrative Services to Vice President of Marketing and Planning to President of the Hospital Foundation, where she built their corpus to over $35 million. In 1988, Lyn started her own consulting firm and has provided support to hospitals and other non profits all over the country, specializing in leadership development, philanthropy, governance and strategic planning. In 2012, she was appointed CEO of Charlevoix Area Hospital, now Munson Healthcare Charlevoix Hospital, where she orchestrated a multi-million dollar turn-around for the organization resulting in five successive years of positive financial performance. Lyn recently retired from this position and now spends her time painting and consulting for select clients in Michigan..
Becky lives in Petoskey with her husband, Brad, two sons and rescue pup. She grew up in the Detroit area and attended the University of Wisconson-Madison. In her spare time, she enjoys camping and skiing with her family. She is the owner of Bearcub Outfitters in Petoskey.