Delta Hospital Foundation appoints two new board members

The organization rasise funds local health care services.

Ladner's Randy Kaardal and Tim Sandhu of North Delta have been appointed to the Delta Hospital Foundation board of directors.

The Delta Hospital Foundation has announced the appointment of two new members to its board of directors – Tim Sandhu of North Delta, and Randy Kaardal of Ladner.

Residing in Ladner with his family, Kaardal is a lawyer at Hunter Litigation Chamber in Vancouver. Sandhu moved to North Delta with his family in the 1990s and owns a technology-based consulting company.

They join the 2011-2012 Delta Hospital Foundation board of directors which includes Lois Wilkinson, chair; Keith McGee, vice-chair; Stephen Millen, past-chair; Allan Baydala, treasurer; Kevin Brennan; Laura Cassidy; Bruce Fougner; Doug Miller; Margo Peerless; and Don Sangster.

“The foundation has added two very committed community members to our board of directors—Tim and Randy. Both are leaders in our community and have exceptional strengths that will add value to our board,” said Lois Wilkinson, Delta Hospital Foundation chair. “Their skills and leadership will assist the foundation as we continue with our mission to raise money to provide the best heath care at Delta Hospital.”

The Delta Hospital Foundation raises funds to provide access to medical services close to home. Since 1988, the foundation has raised over $23 million. Learn more at www.deltahospital.com.

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