Richard Moe, Chairman
As a lifelong resident of Wheatland County, I have a passion for Harlowton and the surrounding community. It is of utmost importance to me that this community continues to thrive and to provide for the needs of its people. To that end, I have served in various leadership positions including school board member, church council member, Snowy Mountain Development Council member and Wheatland County Commissioner. I believe that Wheatland Memorial Hospital is the heartbeat of this community and am proud to serve as a WMH Board member. There is much to accomplish and, together, I believe we can make it happen.
Julie Berg, Vice-Chair
Julie A. (Massing) Berg
I was born and raised in Harlowton. I graduated from college in Microbiology from Montana State University. My working career includes records keeping with police work, Unit Cost Accounting for Lamb Weston, Chemistry for Southwest Research Institute along with other job opportunities within the industry.
I am an active board member for Kiwanis. I am Trustee on both the Wheatland Memorial Healthcare Board and the Foundation Board. In my free time, I am involved with my Christian Fellowship Group.
I raised my two children Joshua and Erin in Eastern Oregon. I have four stepsons Jake, Zack, Jordan, Caleb, and seven grandkids that have rounded out my life.
Don Amundson, Treasurer/Secretary
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.
Adam Jones, Trustee
Adam Jones, Commissioner, a fifth-generation rancher along with my wife Christy and daughter Kimber on Twodot Land and Livestock Co. that was founded in 1908. Living in Harlowton my whole life has given me an appreciation for small town living. Residents of Wheatland County are very fortunate to have access to services that a lot of rural Montanans don’t. Wheatland Memorial Healthcare is a great example. The success of this facility is vital to our economy. I have been a board member of the Upper Musselshell Conservation District, Wheatland County Stockgrowers and Rodeo Committee. Most recently I decided to follow in my Grandfather and Father’s footsteps and become a Wheatland County Commissioner. My goals as a WMH board member include providing consistent quality healthcare that residents of this community can be proud of.
Paxton Wojtowick, Trustee
Paxton Wojtowick, Trustee My family has been proud to call Harlowton home for three generations and counting. I consider Wheatland Memorial Healthcare to be the most important provider of services to our community. I am honored to be a part of this team. My aim is to ensure quality healthcare in our small town for current and future generations.
Becky Fleming-Siebenaler, Trustee
Ms. Fleming-Siebenaler has over 30 years direct experience implementing a Theory of Best Practices (utilizing a social work framework) within the unique political environment of the State of Montana. Serving as a policy specialist, program manager and a Chief of the State of Montana’s, Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS), Quality Assurance Division (QAD), Licensure Bureau, she was responsible for program development, implementation, staff supervision and training, and management and administration in the licensing and regulatory areas of child care, youth residential care, health care facilities, facilities serving individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities and elder care services.
Ms. Fleming-Siebenaler has also owned and operated a consultation business for the last 3 years. The primary focus of this business adventure is to assist organizations develop strategic operational and communication plans, as well as focus best practices into organizational procedures.
Ms. Fleming-Siebenaler has a degree in Social Work from Carroll College in beautiful Helena, Mt and is also certified as an Assisted Living Administrator. She been a NARA Consultant for 10+ years and is a national regulatory professional. She has expertise training on the NARA curriculum with special emphasis on the topic areas of key indicators, interpretive guides, regulatory ethics, regulation writing and due process.