Aubrey Miller, Chairman
Aubrey Miller is starting his fourth year on the WMH Board and is currently serving as the Chairperson of the Board. Having been born and raised in Harlowton, he understands the importance of WMH not only to the Harlowton community, but to the entire Upper Musselshell Valley. Quality healthcare close to home is of the utmost importance to the citizens of this region.
Aubrey and his wife Claire moved back to Harlowton in 2004 after spending 20 years on the Montana Hi-Line. He is the Principal and sixth grade reading teacher at Hillcrest Elementary where Claire also works as the Resource teacher. Their daughter, Amanda and her husband JM Peck live on their family ranch outside of Melrose, Montana.
Katie is the newest member of the Wheatland Memorial Healthcare Board of Trustees. She believes our community is fortunate to have quality healthcare available. She envisions WMH will continue to meet the healthcare needs of Wheatland County and is looking forward to helping make this happen. As a large animal veterinarian and business owner, she brings medical and business perspective from the agricultural industry to the board of trustees.
Jenny Peters Treasurer/Secretary
Jenny Peters is starting her third year on the Wheatland Memorial Healthcare Board of Trustees. Jenny understands how important Wheatland Memorial is to the community.
Jenny grew up in Harlowton. Jenny and her husband Shawn moved back to Harlowton 9 years ago. She taught kindergarten at Hillcrest Elementary for 3 years. They recently bought the feed store in town. Shawn and Jenny have 4 children.
June is a representative from the Martinsdale/Lennep area. She believes Wheatland Memorial Healthcare is vital to the community and surrounding areas for its emergency services, it’s long term care, meeting the needs of patients at the clinic, and as a referral to specialists. She is grateful for the quality care it has given her family.
June and her husband David live at Lennep and operate Voldseth Livestock and Bonanza Creek Guest Ranch. They have 3 children and 8 grandchildren.
I have been on the Wheatland Memorial Healthcare Board of Trustees for some eight years. One of the major concerns that I wished to accomplish as a Board member was to have an established, separate, Foundation for our Hospital needs. No such thing existed prior to my being a Board member. I am happy to say that a Foundation does now exist and we are growing our monetary value to accomplish our needs and desires for a continuation of a hospital in the Harlowton community. I enjoy being part of a group that wishes to do such.