Brookings Health System Adds Three New Board of Trustee Members

Posted: 1/23/2014

Ann GettingThree community members were recently appointed to Brookings Health System’s Board of Trustees: Ann Getting, Daryl Englund and Dick Peterson.

Ann Getting is the plant manager at 3M in Brookings; she holds an industrial engineering degree from Iowa State University and has extensive experience in manufacturing leadership, production and quality. She currently serves on the South Dakota Safety Council Board of Directors and is an active participant in the Brookings Area Chamber of Commerce as well as the 3M South Dakota Community Relations Council. She previously served as the plant manager for 3M in Cynthiana, Ky. Getting fills the county-appointed position; her term will expire Jan. 1, 2017.

Daryl Englund is a consulting civil engineer and the CEO and Daryl Englundpresident at Banner Associates, Inc. in Brookings. He currently serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council for SDSU’s College of Engineering. He has also served as the Chair of the City of Brookings Traffic Safety Committee and on the boards for United Retirement Center and the United Methodist Church. A graduate from SDSU, Englund has lived in Brookings for over 40 years. He fills the city-appointed position; his term will expire Jan. 1, 2017.

Dick Peterson operates State Theatre Company, which includes Brookings Cinema 5. His community service includes serving on the Planning and Zoning Board, the Board of Adjustment, the Brookings Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and the Swiftel Center Board of Directors. He has also volunteered for the Brookings Regional Humane Society. Peterson grew up in Brookings and is an SDSU Dick Petersongraduate. He fills the city-appointed position; his term will expire Jan. 1, 2016.

About Brookings Health System

Brookings Health System, located in Brookings, South Dakota, includes a 49-bed hospital, the 79-bed The Neighborhoods at Brookview nursing home, Brookhaven Estates senior living apartments, Yorkshire Eye Clinic, Arlington Medical Center and White Medical Clinic. It is a non-profit, city-owned facility that offers the community a full range of inpatient, outpatient, surgical and extended care services. The emergency room is staffed 24 hours a day and provides around the clock patient needs ranging from minor injuries to life threatening crises. For more information about the services offered at Brookings Health System, please call (605) 696-9000 or visit us on the Web at