BERLIN – Atlantic General Hospital recently appointed the following new members to the board of directors:
*Michael S. Guerrieri, Guerrieri Venture Partnership L.P., is also on the foundation boards at Salisbury University, Peninsula Regional Medical Center, and Wor-Wic Community College, as well as supporter of the Wellness Community.
Michael, who grew up in Salisbury/Ocean City, graduated from Lehigh University with a degree in finance. After graduating, he worked for his family’s business, Showell Farms Inc., an integrated poultry company, until it was sold in 1995. His family office is located in Ocean City.
*Gregory Shockley, graduated with his bachelor of arts from Western Maryland College and his masters in public administration from the University of Baltimore.
Greg owns Shenanigan’s Irish Pub in Ocean City and serves as a chairman of the Maryland Tourism Development Board as well as the founding member of Ocean City Development Corporation.
The following are Atlantic General Hospital’s new corporate members have:
*J. Ryan Bergey III, a graduate of University of Maryland, College Park, is a certified public accountant for Bergey & Co., P.A.
Ryan is a board member of Waterman’s Trust, and Lonesome Road Private Foundation as well as a member of the Ocean City Chamber of Commerce, Secretary of the Young Professionals Committee, and is the building chair for the Stephen Decatur Alumni Association.
*G. Marvin Steen, graduate of East Carolina University, Greenville, N.C., is a member of the Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce, the PNC Advisory Board and Charter Member of the Eastern Shore Builders Association. He is a custom home builder and real estate broker with Steen Associates Inc., Steen Homes.
*Harriet L. Johnson, graduated from nursing school at Jersey City Medical Center and continued her education at Seton Hall University, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree. Johnson attended graduate school at Rutgers Graduate School of Education and received her master of science at Hunter College of the City University of New York.
Harriet has served as an instructor at New Jersey State Hospital at Marlboro, Jersey City Medical Center Hospital School of Nursing, Hospital of Joint Disease, New York University Medical Center and Rutgers University College of Nursing.