Loring Hospital Welcomes Shelly Crump as New Board of Director
September 6, 2017
Loring Hospital is pleased to welcome Shelly Crump, Sac City, as the newest member of the Loring Hospital Board of Directors. Crump accepted her position in August and began her duties right away at the Loring Hospital August Board of Directors meeting.
“Loring Hospital is very important to our Sac County communities for several reasons including quality and availability of health care at the forefront,” Shelly stated. “Employment opportunities and the support Loring gives to our communities is outstanding. For these reasons, I’m excited to be a part of the Loring Hospital Board,” she concluded.
Crump was born and raised in Sac City, graduating from Sac City High School. She graduated college from Truman State University in Kirksville, MO, with a degree in Criminal Justice. She worked for the State of Missouri Department of Corrections under the Board of Probation and Parole for almost 30 years. Shelly’s husband, Joe, passed away in 2008. When she became eligible to retire in 2012, she along with her daughter, Alli, moved back to Sac City to be closer to family. Her parents are Milo and Sally Lines, owners of Noble Popcorn in Sac City. And her daughter, Alli, is a senior at East Sac County High School.
Along with working part-time at Noble Popcorn, Shelly is active in the community. She is currently also a Loring Hospital Auxiliary Co-chair, and serves on the Kids World Volunteer Board and was recently a Sac City Chamber Main Street Board member. She serves on the Hometown Pride Sac City Committee and is active in the United Methodist Church.
“Shelly will be an excellent addition to our board. She is well known in Sac City and throughout the County and her business and governmental agency experience will provide insight into Loring Hospital’s exciting but challenging health care future,” stated Mike Green, Loring Hospital Board Chairman. “Shelly’s family has been long-time supporters of Loring Hospital, and we look forward to Shelly serving on the board,” he concluded.