Our Board of Directors
The Guttenberg Municipal Hospital & Clinics Board of Directors represent the communities served by our municipal, non-profit organization. These elected board members volunteer their time to oversee the assets of the organization and assure that leadership is carrying out the mission, vision and strategy that have been defined to assure continuous access to quality healthcare in the region.
Janice has lived in Guttenberg her entire life. She has three children and seven grandchildren. Janice taught for 44 years in a career she loved and retired from Guttenberg Community Schools in 2000. Since retiring, she has served on many boards for the city of Guttenberg, the school and her church. “I serve on the GMHC board because it is such a vital part of our community and I want to see the services we offer grow and further benefit others. As a board member, I serve on the Quality Outcomes Committee and the Patient and Family Advisory Council. I am also very interested in maintaining GMHC as an independent hospital and clinic.”
Bill Allyn, Board Chair
Bill was born in Guttenberg and graduated with the very last fully independent class of the Guttenberg High School. With the exception of going off to college, Bill has spent his entire life in Guttenberg with his wife, Joy, and four children. He has worked at Tuecke-Allyn Funeral Home since 2003. Bill became interested in the operations of the hospital while learning from his father, Rick Allyn, who was a hospital trustee for 17 years. His grandfather, Cornelius Tuecke, knocked from door to door in efforts to raise funds to start a hospital in Guttenberg in the late 1950s, then served as trustee for 18 years beginning in 1961 when the hospital opened. “I’ve just completed my 10th year as a trustee and in that time, went back to college to earn my Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Health Administration. My education helps me to make very deliberate decisions and be more conscious of all the key players in the success of GMHC.”
Sue has lived in Guttenberg her entire adult life and recently retired from banking after 25 years of working locally. She is married to Jim and enjoys rural living and spending time with her 11 grandchildren. Sue enjoys giving back to the community that has given so much to her. She serves on the hospital board to ensure the sustainability of GMHC. “Rural hospitals provide vital healthcare and are an economic driver for a small community. Our dedicated healthcare professionals provide quality health and social services for our residents. GMHC is a high value asset that we should all be proud of, in a community that is great to live, work and play!”
Dr. Stephanie Radabaugh
Steph lives with her husband, Tracey, and their three children in Guttenberg. She enjoys running, biking, and hiking in her free time, including 50 mile running races! Steph has her Master’s of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and her Doctorate in Research Psychology. She has worked for the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals for the past 17 years, inspecting mental health facilities and assisted living programs. “I serve on the board to ensure community needs are met through appropriate services that are competitive with surrounding area services.”