Waconia, Minn. (March 23, 2012)—Ridgeview Medical Center and Ridgeview Foundation Boards of Directors recently appointed new members. The Medical Center board appointed Stan Bandur, and the Foundation board appointed four new members, Nancy Bach, Fred Green, Dr. Daniel Ross and David Windschitl. Linda Roebke and Mark Steingas will be rejoining the Foundation Board.
Ridgeview Medical Center Board of Directors
Stan Bandur, Eden Prairie
Stan Bandur, a retired senior executive, received his Bachelor of Science degree in industrial management from the Illinois Institute of Technology, in Chicago. He also holds an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. He worked more than 33 years for Elkay Manufacturing Company, which includes Medallion Cabinetry in Waconia. He held various positions including plant manager, vice president of customer care, division president and corporate officer.
He is an active volunteer at St. Therese of Deephaven and is a President’s Star Council member of the Academy of Holy Angels in Richfield.
Bandur resides in Eden Prairie with his wife, Cindy. They have two children.
“It is an honor and privilege to have the opportunity to contribute to Ridgeview’s unique culture in light of its impressive growth,” said Bandur.
The Ridgeview Board of Directors is led by newly elected chair Mitchell Kilian of Waconia. Officers include: Wayne Hubin of Watertown, vice chair; Julie Herman of Waconia, secretary; and Maria Glynn of Waconia, treasurer.
Ridgeview Foundation Board of Directors
Ridgeview Foundation has added six members to its Board of Directors. Nancy Bach of Wayzata, Fred Green of Edina, Dr. Dan Ross of Chaska and David Windschitl of Chanhassen are all new members. Linda Roebke of Waconia and Mark Steingas of Excelsior are rejoining the Board.
Bach has a Bachelor of Arts degree in international relations and economics from University of Southern California and a MBA in finance from the University of Chicago. She has served on several boards and has held leadership positions including endowment fund chair, finance and investment chair, long-term planning and nominating chair. Bach and husband, Peter, live in Wayzata and have four children.
Green is a 30-year professional in the financial services industry and is CEO of Community Bank, a community-centered bank serving the southwest metro area. He is an active member in the Chaska Rotary and a number of other local organizations. Green graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in agriculture business. He holds the professional designation of Chartered Financial Analyst and is a member of the CFA Society of Minnesota. He and his wife, Robyn, have 3 adult children.
Dr. Daniel Ross
Dr. Ross graduated from Greenway High School in Coleraine in 1982 and received a bachelor’s degree in biology from The College of St. Thomas in St. Paul in 1986. He went on to receive his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the University of Minnesota in 1990. He began practicing in Norwood in 1993 and, after working as an associate of Norwood Dental for three and a half years, he purchased the practice; shortly after this, he also purchased the dental practice of Dr. Bertrum J. McCarthy. His vision for the practice was to provide modern high-tech dentistry for Western Carver County. He continues to tirelessly pursue his vision and makes every effort to ensure that his patients have the best experience possible. He has resided in western Carver County since 1995 with his wife, Rebecca.
Windschitl has been in the financial services field since 1996, focusing primarily on residential mortgages. He is currently a mortgage consultant for Prime Mortgage.
In addition to sitting on the Ridgeview Foundation Board, David also is a member of the Chanhassen Baseball Association Board of Directors. He is also an active youth coach for his children in the Chanhassen area. He also has helped create and develop the Pride of Chaska group, supporting Chaska High School athletics and activities. David and his wife Melissa live in Chanhassen.
Roebke has lived in Waconia for most of her adult life. Her husband, John, was partner of Roebke Bratsch, CPA and now works for Drazan Henke & Associates. She is very active with not only the Foundation but also several other community groups. She has served on numerous committees for Ridgeview. They have two daughters.
Steingas was born and raised in Minneapolis as the second oldest in a family of four boys, Mark graduated from Minnetonka High School. Mark began his real estate career in 1977 as a residential sales person. In 1984 he started Copperwood Investments in order to concentrate on the commercial/industrial market and to market his strengths in sales, investments, and build-to-suit projects. The opportunity to offer his clients a more complete package of real estate services arose in 1993 with the acquisition of a construction company, Benson-Orth Associates. With a desire to concentrate on the portion of business most enjoyable, Mark transferred ownership of the construction company to an employee in 2009. He has been active in youth sports, Rotary, and Zuhrah Shriners. Mark and his wife Joan live in Excelsior and have two grown daughters.
The Foundation board is led by Chair Brian Mark of Excelsior. Jean Buller of Chaska has been promoted to vice chair; Charles Spevacek of Shorewood, a senior partner at Meagher & Geer, P.L.L.P, will serve as secretary; and Darla Holmgren of Waconia, president of the west market of KleinBank, will be finance chair.